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Tuesday, 24 May 2022 08:08

One last time

Keystone Chorus members John Graham, Don Husband and Richard Hamilton take to the stage at the Watson Arts Centre (WAC) one last time, to present a $1,000 cheque to Dauphin and District Allied Arts Council chair Adrienne Luke and WAC co-ordinator Peter Nadolny. With the chorus disbanding, the group is…
Tuesday, 24 May 2022 08:04

Parade of champions

Residents of Dauphin had a chance to cheer on the Dauphin Kings, May 16, when the newly-crowned Manitoba Junior Hockey league champions were honoured with a parade down Main Street South. Following the parade, fans had a chance to get their photo taken with the Turnbull Cup and their favourite…
Tuesday, 24 May 2022 07:59

In for the lay up

Matthew Marshall goes in for a lay up after getting past Brody Voll, Sunday afternoon. The Multi-use Community Courts at Meadowlark Park was a popular destination for local residents, Sunday with every court in use.
Tuesday, 24 May 2022 07:53

Countryfest receives funds

From left, Dauphin Countryfest president Ann Ransom accepts a cheque for $10,000 from Dauphin and District Community Foundation board members Darren Eddie, Valerie McInness and Rita Dupley. The funds are from a grant courtesy of the foundation.
By Ed StozekFor the Herald The RCMP’s association with canines dates back to the 1890s when the North-West Mounted Police stationed in the Yukon used sled dogs to deliver mail during the winter months along a 600-mile route between Dawson City and across the border to Skagway, Alaska. From 1938-55,…
Tuesday, 24 May 2022 07:41

That time of year

With the warmer weather allowing people to get put more, yard sales are becoming more prevalent. Residents will be seeing more and more yard sale signs around the community. Just be aware of the traffic around you when you try to read the signs.
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:55


Students a Ecole Macneill spread a message of love and peace to an appreciative audience during a noon hour performance to mark Music Monday, Monday. Students from Kindergarten to Grade 5 performed a variety of songs including “Imagine” by John Lennon and “Blowing in the Wind” by Bob Dylan. A…
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:55

Dancing for a cause

Young dancers from the Bratstva Ukrainian Dance Studio had an opportunity to show off all they have learned as the group held its spring recital, May 8. All proceeds from the admission and raffle have been donated toward humanitarian aid in Ukraine. 
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:53

Marching for Ukraine

Local residents organized a March for Ukraine, which took place, Sunday afternoon. Following an opening prayer, the crowd of about 75 people marched down Main Street to the Dauphin Public Library to show their continued support for Ukraine, which is continuing to fight back against Russian invasion forces.
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:41

Future looks bright

Dauphin Mayor Christian Laughland speaks at the State of the City address, May 10, hosted by the Parkland Chamber of Commerce. Laughland spoke about the past year in the city and the many projects that will take place in Dauphin this year and beyond.
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:40

Showing support

Dauphin’s Countryfest showed its support for the Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund by hosting a barbecue, Saturday. For just $5, patrons could purchase a hotdog, chips and drink, with all proceeds going to the fund.
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:35

Paying tribute

The Incredibly Hip hit the stage at the Watson Arts Centre, Saturday, offering their own renditions of their favourite band, The Tragically Hip’s hits. The tribute band from Winnipeg played in front of a crowd of about 100 people.
Tuesday, 10 May 2022 07:30

A meeting of the minds

Manitoba Minister of Sport, Culture and heritage Andrew Smith, speaks with staff at the Dauphin Friendship Centre, May 2, as part of a tour of rural Manitoba with Premier Heather Stefanson and other PC MLAs. DFC staff talked to Smith and six other PC MLAs about the various programs they…
Tuesday, 10 May 2022 07:25

Chipping in

Through various recent fund-raising events, the local chapter of the Knights of Columbus recently donated $5,000 to the Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund, increasing the amount raised for the fund to $145,000. Pictured from left are fund representative Larry Hrytsay, Grand Knight Ken Yakielashek presenting the cheque, Knights of Columbus fund-raising…
By Ed StozekFor the Herald Television, the radio and a collection of vinyl records provided an avenue of escape from the relatively uneventful life of living on a farm. Watching the Beatles and a host of other popular musical acts on The Ed Sullivan Show sparked an interest to see…
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