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Tuesday, 27 June 2023 07:37

Traditional dance

The Government of Treaty 2 Territory took the opportunity on National Indigenous People’s Day to share a little bit of their culture with a powwow demonstration at the 8th Avenue Hall in Dauphin, June 21. The day also included a hotdog lunch and entertainment in the hall.
Tuesday, 27 June 2023 07:17

Stylish and secure

Wayne and Gail Himpe of Repromap Ltd. apply an anti graffiti wrap on a traffic light control box at the corner of First Street Northwest and Second Avenue Northwest, last week. The initiative was inspired by city councillor Kathy Bellemare after she encountered a similar initiative on a trip to…
Tuesday, 20 June 2023 07:57

Kate’s Outlaw performs

Kate’s Outlaw hit the stage, Friday night, performing in front of a sold out crowd at the Watson Arts Centre. Prior to the headliners taking the stage, the crowd was entertained by special guests Mitchell Makoons and Caitlin Baker.
By Ed StozekFor the Herald In May 1899 over 400 Eastern European settlers arrived at Halifax and boarded a train for the long trip to Strathclair, Man. Some carried a virulent illness in which over 40 children eventually succumbed to death. Several weeks later, a reporter accompanied Dr. Cameron to…
Tuesday, 06 June 2023 07:54

Breakfast with benefits

With St. Viator’s Roman Catholic Church as a backdrop, Dauphin Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Ken Yakielashek presents a cheque for $1,200 to Parkland Crisis Centre and Women’s Shelter executive director Kari Prawdzik, while Deputy Grand Knight Lloyd Hudson looks on. The donation represents the proceeds of a pancake brunch…
Tuesday, 06 June 2023 07:41

A celebration of music

Students at Ecole Macneill celebrated the conclusion on Music Month with an outdoor concert for family and friends, May 31. Those attending were treated to a variety of songs celebrating music before enjoying a picnic in the school yard for those wishing to attend. While music is an important part…
Tuesday, 06 June 2023 07:38

Pounding the pavement

Crews from Stirling Enterprises have been in the community getting going on the City’s 2023 road improvement program. Watch for barricades through the community as they complete some pavement patching and milling and overlay projects in the city core.
Tuesday, 06 June 2023 06:50

“Tin soldiers and Nixon’s coming”

By Ed StozekFor the Herald The Dec. 11, 1963 edition of the Dauphin Herald publicized an upcoming Christmas dance taking place at the collegiate auditorium on Friday, Dec. 13, with music supplied by the Squires from Winnipeg. Formed in 1963 the group featured 17-year old lead guitarist Neil Young. The…
Tuesday, 30 May 2023 08:01

Talent on display

Seven-year-old Oscar Philippe performs AC/DC’s TNT during an evening of amateur talent, hosted by Keith Irwin Productions and Connie Hawkins at Parkway Lanes, Sunday. Nine local musicians ranging in age from seven to 14 showed off their talent to an appreciative audience. Irwin is looking for 15 entries for the…
Tuesday, 30 May 2023 07:57

Dinner and a show

Whitmore School Grade 5 student Cali Genaille serves some appetizers, Thursday evening, as the school hosted its first-ever dinner theatre. After dining on the appetizers, the sold out crowd of 120 people were entertained by the school’s production of Pinocchio, with the main course served during the intermission.
Tuesday, 30 May 2023 07:46

A walk through history

The annual Cemetery Stroll, hosted by local family history group Family Ties, was well attended, Sunday afternoon. Between 30 and 40 participants were able to walk through Riverside Cemetery and visit the resting places of some of Dauphin’s founding fathers. The self-guided tour also included the resting place of 15…
Tuesday, 23 May 2023 08:15

Local Bike Week activities planned

Bike Week is coming up June 5 to 11. The Dauphin Derailleurs Cycle Club is partnering with Dauphin Recreation Services and Northgate Trails to host several events in the city and at the Northgate Trails throughout the week to promote cycling in our community. In order to enjoy your bike…
Tuesday, 23 May 2023 08:13

Filling it in

City staff Bradyn Smeski, Ron Paziuk and Barry Bloomfield work on filling some of the potholes on First Street Northeast, May 16. The City has been busy getting things spruced up ahead of the busy tourist season expected this summer.
By Ed StozekFor the Herald The Minister of the Interior, the Hon. Charles Stewart, addressed a large gathering at Clear Lake on Aug. 16, 1928. He promised considerable improvements to Clear Lake and Riding Mountain Park, but was non-committal on setting aside an area for a national park. He noted…
Tuesday, 23 May 2023 08:03

A night of inspiration

The Parkland Crisis Centre and Women’s Shelter and The Hub Dauphin hosted renowned Canadian psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington, May 16, at the Ukrainian Orthodox Auditorium. The sold out crowd received a free copy of Dr. Carrington’s book, Feeling Seen, followed by a 90-minute keynote address where she focused much of…
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