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Taber’s Table migrating downtown for 2024

By Heather Cameron Taber Times Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Taber’s Table 2024 will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 19, in downtown Taber. “We are closing a street and putting one long table up for everyone to enjoy,” said Amy Allred, Economic Development Manager for the Town of Taber. “47 Avenue between 51 Street and 52 Street will be transformed that evening to a celebration of local… Read More »

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Researcher’s focus on far-right extremism centres southern Alberta in latest studies

By Erika Mathieu Southern Alberta Newspapers For Claresholm-raised academic, Dr. Amy Mack, southern Alberta is the epi-centre of her ongoing research related to the convergences… Read More »

Local podcaster focuses on climate change and water security in the Oldman watershed

By Steffanie Costigan Southern Alberta Newspapers Michael Bartz, producer of a local podcast series titled In Over My Head, has travelled across the province for… Read More »


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Jets see end of home tournament rained out

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times The Vauxhall Academy of Baseball Jets were back at home this weekend as they played host to the Haven Agencies… Read More »

Maxwell honoured as 2024 Alberta Sports Hall of Fame inductee

Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Theresa Maxwell is being inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame for her tireless efforts to propel the growth… Read More »

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From the Archives of Western Newspapers

By Samantha Johnson For Southern Alberta Newspapers May 17, 1893 – The Saskatchewan Times The members of the IOF will have their first excursion on… Read More »

From the Archives of Western Newspapers

By Samantha Johnson For Southern Alberta Newspapers May 2, 1883 – The Prince Albert Times and Saskatchewan Review A successful trial was recently made in… Read More »

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Four years after COVID-19, women are still struggling to recover

The COVID-19 pandemic that swept the globe in 2020 not only threatened people’s health but exposed and exacerbated entrenched inequalities. Women bore the brunt. Millions… Read More »

Why a capital gains tax on the rich makes sense

Ever since we’ve been publishing an annual report on CEO pay in Canada, I’ve had a bone to pick: CEOs and the rich generally get… Read More »

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Alberta Innovates helping businesses succeed

By Heather Cameron Taber Times Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Research in RINSA: Opportunities for Value Addition in Agri-Food Industries was hosted recently by Lethbridge College… Read More »

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