Dauphin Herald News

Monday, 20 June 2022 15:25

Missing man found over weekend

Via RCMP On June 18, 2022, at approximately 11:40 am, Dauphin RCMP responded to a report of a missing 89-year-old male from a residence on Triangle Road in Dauphin. RCMP Police Dog Services, the RCMP Drone Unit, the Dauphin Fire Department, and several community members, attended the scene to assist…
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Riding Mountain MLA Greg Nesbitt is Manitoba’s new Minister of Natural Resources and Northern Development. Premier Heather Stefanson welcomed Nesbitt to the provincial cabinet at a swearing-in ceremony at the Manitoba Legislative Building, last week. “I am excited to welcome Greg to our cabinet team,” Stefanson said. “Minister Nesbitt is…
Assiniboine Community College Parkland Campus celebrated its Class of 2022, Friday with a graduation ceremony in Dauphin. This year’s Class of 2022 consists of 43 graduates. Business administration: Human Resource Management diploma - Carley Coulter, Claire Gingera, Campbell Orvis, Ashley Poynting and Jessica Zurba. Comprehensive Health Care Aide certificate -…
There is officially a race to become Dauphin’s new mayor as local businessman and community advocate David Bosiak registered as a candidate yesterday. For Bosiak, the motivation for letting his name stand was simple, to ensure the progress he has seen in the community over the last number of years…
Dauphin and District Handivan has a new president following the organization’s annual general meeting, May 24. Sharon Zeiler will fill the position following the retirement of Vern Richardson from the board. Returning to the executive are vice-president Marge Beyette and treasurer Lori Bremner. Lavonne Tyschinski joins the board as a…
Stephen Jaddock is preparing to step into the role of Mountain View School Division superintendent/CEO. The current assistant superintendent has been hired to take over from Dan Ward when he leaves the division at the end of the month. “I’ve been three years in the assistant superintendent role, and, of…
Graduation ceremonies throughout Mountain View School Division will have an air of familiarity this spring, as the division has cleared school to return to in-person convocations. Over the last couple of years graduation exercises across MVSD have been “different”, said MVSD superintendent Dan Ward, with formats such as drive-through ceremonies,…
Residents at Ochre Beach and Crescent Cove experienced more flooding recently as a result of high winds and rising water levels on Lake Dauphin. As of June 5, the water level was at 859.6-feet, above the 858-foot flood stage level. Some residents have begun cleaning up, while others have yet…
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