Dauphin Herald Community

By Charlene GulakMVSD Trustee Education leaders and local government have a closely linked relationship. The health and viability of a community is often very dependent upon access to a school and vice versa. Changes to school programming have the potential of ripple impacts in the community. Rural population trends often…
Tuesday, 08 March 2022 07:49

Hittin' The Hill

Regional Connections Immigrant Services hosted a fun in the snow afternoon at Barker School playground, Mar. 5, with sledding and snowshoeing available for interested parties. For information on other recreation and learning events, check the Dauphin Regional Connections Facebook page or call at 204-647-0693. 
Tuesday, 01 March 2022 08:17

Rangers Contribute

Members of the U18 AAA Parkland Rangers were on hand, Feb. 24, in front of the Dauphin Regional Health Centre to present proceeds from their Hockey Fights Cancer night, which was held, Oct. 30, 2021. The annual recognition night raised a total of $3,600 dollars, with $1,200 presented to three…
Dauphin’s Safeway store has been a boon for the Dauphin and District Food Bank since joining the Second Harvest Food Rescue program in November. On Friday, the local store presented a cheque for $7,200 to the food bank. Safeway store manager Dale Gawryluik said a lot of the store’s fund-raising…
A large yard on the farm provided an ideal place for throwing and kicking a football at various targets. The practice paid off as in Grade 8 our school played flag football in a league against our rivals from Elphinstone and Rossburn. Even though we ended up only winning one…
Tuesday, 22 February 2022 11:10

Mountain View View

By Floyd MartensMVSD Board Chair“Budgets expose your priorities.”If this sounds familiar, it was the opening words of a Mountain View Matters one year ago. At the time the annual funding announcement from the provincial government had been release. It included restrictions on locally-generated funding through property taxes. Instead, of boards…
Tuesday, 22 February 2022 11:05

Memorial Fund Growing

From left, Al Gray of the AIRPORTMEMORIAL80 Project committee accepts a cheque for $1,000 from Johnston and Company partner Doug Deans, while committee member Jack Bay looks on.The local law firm is the latest to support the construction of a memorial for the men and women who took part in…
By Ed StozekFor the HeraldAt Brandon University one of my Geography professors always started off his first class of a new term by giving a lecture on the history of the evolution of the outhouse.Some freshmen took detailed notes thinking that this was part of the course and that this…
Tuesday, 15 February 2022 08:43

Health Auxiliary Distributes Final Funds

The Dauphin Health Care Auxiliary officially ceased operations when it presented the last of its funds to the Dauphin Hospital Foundation, Feb. 9.The $46,312 was entrusted to the foundation to distribute locally with $23,156 designated for use within the Dauphin Regional Health Centre and $23,156 towards designated funds within the…
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