Dauphin Herald News

Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:38

First Ukrainian families arrive

The first three families from Ukraine to be sponsored by the Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund have arrived in Dauphin. Two families arrived last Tuesday and the third on Wednesday, said fund founder and member Don Tarrant (Right). All three, he added are comprised of mothers and their children as the…
While the details are few, the City of Dauphin is expecting to receive somewhere around $90,000 under a one-time provincial grant program aimed at road rehabilitation. Premier Heather Stefanson announced $15 million will be distributed on a per capita basis, providing municipalities with financial support for road reconstruction, rehabilitation and…
Tuesday, 10 May 2022 07:27

RCMP report drop in calls for March

The Manitoba RCMP West District saw a year-over-year decrease in calls for March according to statistics released last week. The district, which includes Dauphin, reported decreases in all main categories. The following sub-category increases and decreases were highlighted by police: • Common police activities - This category had an overall…
A Parkland musical artist is set to release her debut album later this month. Emma Peterson of Winnipegosis will release her debut album titled “Just for the Record”, May 20, and will embark on a three-stop promotional tour, which will include Dauphin. Peterson recorded most of the album, which contains…
Tuesday, 03 May 2022 08:05

Board request reinforces concerns

By Floyd MartensMVSD Board Chair We asked for your feedback. In one of the March articles of Mountain View Matters, the board indicated your perspective was needed. We needed to hear your views on school board representation. We currently have nine trustee positions elected in four wards. Each trustee needs…
In its recently released budget, the Province committed $1.5 billion for a three-year highways strategy that invests in infrastructure across the province and Premier Heather Stefanson and Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Doyle Piwniuk were in Dauphin yesterday to announce how the City fits into those plans. Specifically, Stefanson announced the…
Dauphin is claiming a share of $1.3 million earmarked to help communities identify priority areas, develop safety and wellbeing plans and implement trhos strategies. The province announced the Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Planning Pilot Project, which will be run in 12 Manitoba communities, late last week. Dauphin mayor Christian…
Tuesday, 03 May 2022 07:44

Modest mill rate rise in City budget

After two years of consecutive decreases Dauphin ratepayers will see a modest increase in the mill rate charged against their properties this year as city council approved its 2022 budget Monday evening. As it did last year, council used the funds remaining from a federal restart grant received in 2020…
Tuesday, 26 April 2022 07:27

Fire chief hopes to attract recruits

Dauphin Fire Department is hosting an open house in the hopes of bolstering its ranks. “We are currently recruiting new members for Dauphin Fire Department and we plan on having an open house on Wednesday, May 4, which also happens to be International Firefighters Day,” Dauphin fire chief Cam Abrey…
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