Taber Corn arrives

Due to the wet summer, the Taber corn crop has been slow to ripen. Sellers, like Debra Price, left, who works a fruit and corn stand out of the Canadian Tire parking lot on the south side of Red Deer, have finally been able to sell the corn Albertans look forward to at the end of summer each year.

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Due to the wet summer, the Taber corn crop has been slow to ripen. Sellers, like Debra Price, left, who works a fruit and corn stand out of the Canadian Tire parking lot on the south side of Red Deer, have finally been able to sell the corn Albertans look forward to at the end of summer each year. Wade Monteith of Blackfalds was not disappointed Thursday as he picked up three dozen ears of the Northern super sweet variety for a family reunion this weekend. Price says the popular peaches and cream variety will hit the shelves in about two weeks.