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Congratulations to Dauphin's high school students for making it through another year.

Some local musicians will be performing alongside music students from Brandon University on Friday night as part of a fundraiser for the Dauphin-Ochre Band Parents Organization.

They may not get a car, but students at the DRCSS are once again being given a chance to win prizes for good attendance.
A clarification now on a story we had yesterday about the DRCSS fundraising for extracurricular activities.
The costs for extracurricular activities are going up at the DRCSS, but the school's fundraising committee is trying some new fundraising activities to offset those costs.
Dauphin's high school is looking to engage parents by having them pick up their kids' report cards.
The principal of the DRCSS is calling an incentive-based initiative to boost student attendance a success, although it didn't change attendance patterns for the people it was meant to.
Community support is not going unnoticed by the Dauphin Friendship Centre.
A student at the DRCSS will be taking part in a national competition next month.
The Dauphin Regional Health Centre, part of the Prairie Mountain Health region, is enhancing its care for stroke patients calling it a "hyper-acute centre".
Police are investigating a fatal collision on a Manitoba highway in which a vehicle rear-ended a backhoe.
A 33-year-old Manitoba man has died in a single vehicle rollover near Swan River.
Police are asking the driver of a car that struck a 12-year-old boy in Dauphin Tuesday morning to contact them.
Some assistance from Dauphin residents is being asked for by Dauphin Rec Services for weed control.

Tent caterpillar control has kicked off in the City of Dauphin.

Five people are facing drug trafficking-related charges following a joint investigation by The Pas RCMP and The Pas Correctional Centre.

Environment Canada says May and June are the wettest months in Southern Manitoba, but precipitation numbers for this year are not normal.

A situation in Duck Bay allegedly involving a youth with a firearm is now under control.

As expected the Dauphin Kings didn’t do much during the 2016 MJHL/CJHL Trade Deadline.

 

 

DURAN DURAN ANNOUNCE EARLIER RELEASE DATE FOR NEW ALBUM PAPER GODS

 

BY POPULAR DEMAND, BAND WILL NOW RELEASE ALBUM ONE WEEK EARLIER IN NORTH AMERICA FOR A GLOBAL STREET DATE OF SEPTEMBER 11TH

 

Multi-platinum superstars Duran Duran have announced that, due to popular demand, they will move the North American release date of their 14th studio album, Paper Gods, up from September 18th to give it a global street date of September 11th.

 

Singer Simon Le Bon, keyboardist Nick Rhodes, bassist John Taylor, and drummer Roger Taylor recorded Paper Gods in London with producers Nile RodgersMark Ronson, Josh Blair, and Mr Hudson. The songs - already being heralded as the band's best work since Rio - capture the true essence of Duran Duran, with the duality and sense of conflict that has always been at the heart of their music. Visceral and daring, the album mixes hard-edged, contemporary pop with the band's darker more experimental side to create a body of work that is epic in its scope.

 

A Deluxe version of Paper Gods is currently available for pre-order at all participating retailers. The Deluxe Fan Edition is available exclusively at http://www.duranduran.com or http://smarturl.it/duranduranmusicstore.  The new

single "Pressure Off" is available everywhere digital music is sold.

 

Duran Duran have also announced that they will perform a series of summer festivals, as well as a run of shows in the U.S. in September and October, followed by a UK arena tour that kicks off in late November. Please visit http://www.duranduran.com/ for details.

 

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