Dauphin Herald News

Tuesday, 10 October 2023 08:26

Fox earns scholarships down south

A former Dauphin student is making her mark at Oklahoma State University’s Ferguson College of Agriculture. Earlier this month Emma Fox was honoured by the school and received academic scholarships for the 2023-24 academic year. Fox’s scholarships are part of the more than $1.8 million that students receive from the…
Manitoba’s 43rd general election is in the books and voters in the Dauphin constituency were truly engaged in the process. A total of 64 per cent of the 15,358 voters registered in the constituency - 9,969 voters - cast ballots in the Oct. 3 election. When everything was counted, NDP…
Tuesday, 10 October 2023 08:17

Fresh and new

Crews from Maple Leaf Construction have been working hard to complete milling and paving projects on provincially-owned roads in the city. The section of River Avenue from the Dauphin Courthouse to the intersection of Hwy. 20 has been completed, as has the work on First Avenue Northeast from Main Street…
Dauphin city council’s Sept. 25 regular meeting kicked off with a surprise for Mayor David Bosiak. Through Economic Development manager Martijn van Luijn, Bosiak was presented with an Award of Merit from the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association, which recognizes the efforts of individuals, organizations, community groups or corporations which…
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Tuesday, 26 September 2023 07:50

Sidewalk decals highlight rail crossing risks

Officials are hoping new safety decals installed at Dauphin’s busiest rail crossing will help spread the message of Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada’s Look. Listen. Live. Community Safety Partnership Program. The decals were installed at the Main Street crossing last week in partnership with HUB Surface Systems and the City of…
The City of Dauphin has added a new position to address areas of need. City manager Sharla Griffiths said Dauphin’s new safety manager will be responsible for fire inspections, workplace safety and health and municipal emergency measures. The position came about as a result of Randy Daley, who served as…
When Lorne and Bernice Black first took over the family business, they had to figure out where their interests laid so they could better focus their efforts. And now as they prepare to walk away from Blacks Cycle and Sporting Goods at the end of this year, they have to…
A local motorcycle enthusiast won the Best in Colour Award at this year’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Trevor Wasylyshen was the first Canadian to win the award at the annual Dave Perewitz Show. “The Perewitz paint show is one of the most prestigious shows in Sturgis. We took down a bike…
A former Dauphin resident now going to school in the United Kingdom is making her mark in the fashion world. Amelia Rempel is originally from Portage and moved to Dauphin, last year. When she was 15, Rempel entered the cosplay community, meeting a lot of people who are creative in…
Tuesday, 26 September 2023 07:13

Weather a boon for 2023 harvest season

Good weather, for the most part, has producers in the northwest region over the hump when it comes to getting the 2023 crop in the bin. Although most of the region has received frost - with some damage evident in corn and soybean crops, depending on the stage of crops…
Tuesday, 19 September 2023 07:32

Open doors

Dauphin Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation (DNRC) made it official with the unveiling of its new logo and facility during an open house, last Thursday. The grand opening of the facility located at the former Dauphin First United Church was postponed earlier this summer following the bus crash at Carberry, June 15.…
Tuesday, 19 September 2023 07:31

Brewing up a success

Obsolete Brewing Company hosted its grand opening, Saturday, for an appreciative crowd. The day included entertainment by Kyle Nault, Marc Clement and Ethan Drory, as well as a bouncy castle and Mariachi Mexican Tacos and Cantina food truck. The company offers 16 beer options, two beer cocktails and four non-alcoholic…
As the strike by Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) employees stretches into its third week, the Manitoba Government Employees Union (MGEU) is asking for a conciliator to be brought in to end the job action. At a news conference last week MGEU president Kyle Ross indicated a conciliator was instrumental in…
Tuesday, 19 September 2023 07:28

A quick once over

Mike VanAlstyne, Dauphin’s director of Public Works and Operations, right, checks out the progress of crews from Maple Leaf Construction as they put new curbs and gutters in place on First Avenue Northeast. Getting that infrastructure reconstructed is the first step towards a new sidewalk and reopening the street to…
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