Dauphin Herald News

After a two-year hiatus Dauphin’s Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) program is returning to ensure everyone gets home safely after celebrating this holiday season. Operating out of the Dauphin Friendship Centre, RIDE gets underway Dec. 2, and will run each Friday and Saturday night in December, except for Dec. 24…
The Dauphin and District Allied Arts Council (DDAAC) celebrated its milestone 50th anniversary with an afternoon event, Sunday at the Watson Arts Centre. The event included exhibits and guest speakers talking about what the DDAAC means to them. DDAAC chairperson Adrienne Luke said planning for the event began a few…
Tuesday, 08 November 2022 07:49

Anderson recognized for her dedication

The 122nd annual Firefighter’s Ball took place, Saturday, hosted by the Dauphin Fire Fighters’ Association. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the 2022 Jack Carey Memorial Fire Fighter of the Year Award, which was presented to Sabrina Anderson. In introducing this year’s winner, Fire Chief Cam Abrey…
Tuesday, 08 November 2022 07:48

Ron Kostyshyn receives NDP nod

A former NDP MLA and cabinet minister is back in the provincial political scene. Ron Kostyshyn will run again for the Manitoba NDP in the 2023 provincial election in the Dauphin riding after earning the nomination this past weekend. “I’ve spent decades serving this community, first as a reeve and…
Tuesday, 08 November 2022 07:28

Getting down to business

At top, from left, newly-elected councillor Steve Sobering and city manager Sharla Griffiths look on as mayor David Bosiak reads his oath of office prior to city councils inaugural meeting, Monday night. The new council of Bosiak, Sobering and councillors Randy Daley, Ted Rea, Kathy Bellemare, Devin Shtykalo and Christian…
Dedication to her patients, colleagues and community has earned a local physician a prestigious award from the Women’s Executive Network (WXN). Dr. Bittoo Malik, a medical doctor specializing in diagnostic radiology at Dauphin Regional Health Center, was recently named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, an annual awards…
Tuesday, 01 November 2022 07:56

Mayor-elect eager to get to work

After a hard fought and heavily contested campaign the City of Dauphin has a new council in place to guide it over the next four years following polling in Manitoba’s General Municipal Election, Oct. 26. Headed by David Bosiak as mayor, the new council features incumbents Christian Laughland, Kathy Bellemare…
Municipalities throughout the Parkland are set to get back to work under new councils following the Manitoba general Municipal Election, Oct. 26. While some positions were acclaimed, many seats were filled following hard fought battles. Here are the results from around the region: Alonsa The Rural Municipality of Alonsa will…
Submitted by Jim Perchaluk On behalf of the Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund, I am pleased to provide a positive update on our support for Ukrainian families in Dauphin. The fund is now directly supporting 20 families from Ukraine. In addition to these 20 families, there are a number of citizens…
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