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Taber town council reports

By Kenyon Stronski Taber Times reporter@tabertimes.com As we swing into the new year, Taber’s council remains busy with councillors attending meetings, heading out to events and completing their general duties. Coun. Carly Firth was called forward first to present her past two weeks at the Jan. 23 regular meeting of council. “I attended all the meetings I was required to this month including the Chamber… Read More »

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Taber town council reports

By Kenyon Stronski Taber Times reporter@tabertimes.com As we swing into the new year, Taber’s council remains busy with councillors attending meetings, heading out to events… Read More »

Taber Food Bank in 2022 and what they have ongoing for 2023

By Ian Croft Local Journalism Initiative Reporter news@tabertimes.com As Albertans continue to face inflation, more and more families will continue to struggle to make ends… Read More »


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SCAHL schedule continues for Golden Suns

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