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Sealed tender surplus sale results come to M.D. council

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times With the Municipal District of Taber once again hosting a sealed tender sale to sell off surplus equipment within their ranks, the results were brought forward for council decision. This year, 18 items were offered up for sale, with the vast majority of high bids coming from auction companies — only three high bids were from private buyers, according… Read More »

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Suns see tons of wins over weekend

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times With the U13 and U18 ‘AA’ Golden Suns teams in South Central Alberta Hockey League action this past weekend,… Read More »

Taber Oil Kings hit the ice for another weekend of CAHL action

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