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The principal of Smith-Jackson school is hoping a local Ukrainian film festival can become an annual event.
Manitoba is heading towards a universal newborn hearing screening program.
The province is inviting agricultural stakeholders to participate in some upcoming public consultations about agricultural risk management.

Happy April!

 

Here is a list of upcoming live music shows here in Dauphin.  Please check to make sure you know which venue the show is at.  Contact info is below.

 

WAC: Romi Mayes (w/ special guest Melisa Stefaniw) will play the Watson Art Centre on Friday, April 17th at 8pm.  Tickets $36 and are on sale now at Fiddlelore Store, Dauphin Music & Electronics and the WAC.  Charge by Phone 204.638.6231

 

OFH @ WAC: The first show in ages at the Old Fire Hall at the Watson Art Centre will be Juno nominees the 24th Street Wailers from Toronto on Tuesday, May 5th at 8pm.  Tickets on sale now at Fiddlelore Store, Dauphin Music & Electronics and the WAC.  Charge by Phone 204.638.6231 $21

 

BFH:  (Bruce’s Firehouse at 238 – 3rd Ave. N.E. in Dauphin) Call 204.648.4834 or 204.638.9988 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to confirm your spot or ask for more info

 

Big Dave McClean will play BFH this Friday, April 10th at 8pm $25

Multi-Instrumentalist, songwriter, singer and former Fred Eaglesmith sideman Dan Walsh at BFH on Thursday, April 23 8pm $20

Scott Richmond (Regina based Roots/Rock/Country/Blues/Folk Singer Songwriter) at BFH on May 8th 8pm $20

Singer/songwriter Matt Epp at BFH on Thursday, June 18 @ BFH Outdoor stage (weather permitting) 8pm $20

A Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School alumni association is in the works.
The City of Dauphin is expected to discuss passenger flight schedules to and from the Dauphin airport with Perimeter Airlines today.
Dauphin Recreation Services has confirmed that yesterday's evacuation was ordered after an ammonia leak.
Three more roads are closed in the RM of Dauphin.
The Mountain View School Division says everything is on schedule for the renovations of the gymnasium at the DRCSS.

US CMT Music Awards

By Mesfin Fekadu

 

Carrie Underwood could extend her record-winning streak at the CMT Music Awards. 

The country star has won video of the year for the last three years, and she's nominated twice for the top prize at this year's awards, to be presented tonight at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Underwood's ``Something in the Water'' and ``Somethin' Bad,'' her duet with Miranda Lambert, will compete against clips from Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan, among others. 

She also won video of the year in 2010 and 2007, and her five wins make her the record holder. 

Underwood is the overall top contender at the awards with five nominations. She will also hit the stage, where Bryan, Jason Aldean, Reba McEntire and Zac Brown Band will also perform. 

(The Associated Press)

 

Both the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Canadian Border Services Agency are urging Canadian travellers not to bring back poultry products from the US.
A 22-year-old man from Valley River First Nation is facing an attempted murder charge after an alleged incident that police say followed an argument.
Charges have been laid in a single vehicle rollover that occurred last summer on Highway 5, west of Gilbert Plains.

The investigation continues into a two-vehicle collision south of Ste Rose.

No one is hurt after a vehicle fire in Dauphin.
The Dauphin Fire Department were called out in the middle of the night to a vehicle fire in the west end of the city.
A string of vehicles being vandalized over the weekend is being investigated by Dauphin RCMP.
The Veselka Ukrainian Dance Club has some big plans in store for their 40th anniversary.
A task force heading to the Parkland next week wants to know the public's thoughts about veterinary services in Manitoba.