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You can never go wrong with buying flowers that go towards a good cause.
People can now fire up their metal working skills to a whole new level with this new course!
If you haven't seen the documentary on the Dauphin Train Station... well now is your chance!
Robert Munsch is coming to town... well, his work anyway.
The McCreary History Book Committee is looking for current and former residents to submit their own photos and stories.
Loblaws says everyone will benefit from selling "imperfect" produce.
It's been almost a year since the municipal amalgamations took effect across Manitoba, and the mayor of the municipality of Ste. Rose says they've received a lack of support from the province to help with the process.
Come get your Pysanky on!
Mountain View School Division's preliminary budget report was not all doom, but it certainly was not without gloom.
MacKenzie Middle School's new photography program just got a major boost from a local contractor.
It was 100 years ago today that some women in Manitoba gained the right to vote.
A paramedic from STARS Air Ambulance was in Dauphin last night for a training seminar with several local fire departments.
Police are looking for a missing girl from Ebb and Flow.

The 1953-54 Kings were inducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall Of Fame with the dinner event happening this past Saturday.

The last Dauphin and District Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Education Series of the year is behind us.
The Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School handed out their Athletic Awards Thursday evening during their Extra Curricular & Academic Awards Night. Get a list of all the winners here!
The RM of Lakeshore is looking to take on some projects it couldn't in previous years due to flooding and high-water.

If you find yourself in Winnipeg on Sunday, February 15th, you may want to check out this afternoon and evening of great music which includes Diana Desjardins, an artist with family ties to the Parkland.

The Manitoba Snowshoe run is kicking off its third year on Feburary 15th at the Selo Site just 11km south of Dauphin.

Kids, parents, and organizers will be hitting Manitoba's roads and ditches tomorrow to participate in 4H's annual highway spring clean-up campaign.