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Tuesday, 06 December 2022 07:50

Cold weather gear

While out and about in the community you may have noticed hats, scarves and mitts on statues, trees and other locations. The cold weather gear is there for free, for anyone who needs it. Help yourself.
By Ed StozekFor the Herald In 1936, Henry Edwards spent two weeks cutting and skidding logs at Hilton’s camp located west of the Kippan’s Mill site. It was hard work as there was a great deal of snow that year. The next winter he went to work at Kippan’s Mill.…
Tuesday, 06 December 2022 07:09

Art work on display

Dauphin Public Library’s Glenn Irvine, left, admires a painting by local artist Hazel Yates as she sets up a display of her latest work. Yates’ artwork will be on display at the library until the end of January.
Tuesday, 29 November 2022 07:39

Splish splash

The Kin Aquatic Centre was a busy place, Saturday, as Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy sponsored a free swim as part of the parade day activities. The day also featured Christmas at the Fort and the return of the Christmas Parade of Lights.
Tuesday, 29 November 2022 07:36

'Tis the season

The Grinch, along with some citizens of Whoville made the trip to Dauphin to take part in the city’s Christmas Parade of Lights, Saturday. The parade was well attended with the streets lined all the way along the route to watch the more than 50 floats taking part.
Tuesday, 29 November 2022 07:23


Smith-Jackson School held a Holodomor service, Nov. 22, to remember and pay respects to the estimated 10 million Ukrainians who died in the 1932-33 genocide as a result of a manmade famine. Here, Grade 3 student Ivanna Chetyrbok, and teacher Jennifer Chetyrbok, light candles to show that they will remember…
In the years following WWII the economy was booming and people had money to spend. Cars and family vacations were becoming more affordable. Gas stations and motels soon popped up along highways to cater to the travellers. For many years in Dauphin's south end, Sticky’s Service and Drive-Inn provided gas…
Tuesday, 22 November 2022 07:34

Glaziers on the go

Crews from Horizon Glass in Brandon were hard at work replacing windows at the Watson Arts Centre, last week. The project encompasses the replacement of eight full windows and 36 glass inserts to upgrade all of the facility’s windows to triple pane. The project is financed through a Building Sustainable…
Tuesday, 15 November 2022 07:25

'Tis the season

The Dauphin and District Allied Arts Council presented its annual Christmas craft sale at the Watson Arts Centre, Saturday. Various vendors offered their wares to those getting a little early Christmas shopping done. The Tea Room also offered warm beverages, as well as soup and desserts.
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