Dauphin Herald News

Mountain View School Division is still not sure what its share of $7 million in recently announced funding for students with special needs will be. But whatever the division gets it will make use of, said superintendent/CEO Dan Ward. “We’re anticipating a letter that will hopefully arrive in the next…
Tuesday, 12 April 2022 07:45

Firefighters recognized for dedication

From left, Devon Pylypchuk, fire chief Cam Abrey, 2021 Firefighter of the Year Ryan Murray, Fabien Carriere, Brendan Greening and Chris Davidson were honoured at the City and RM’s appreciation dinner, Apr. 6. The City and RM of Dauphin hosted the Firefighters Appreciation Evening, last Wednesday at the Aspen Lodge…
Tuesday, 12 April 2022 07:42

Police seize weapons, drugs

One woman has been charged and further arrests are expected in connection with a Dauphin RCMP raid on a city home recently. On Mar. 31, Manitoba West District Crime Reduction Enforcement Support Team, along with the Emergency Response Team and Dauphin RCMP, executed a search warrant at a residence in…
Tuesday, 05 April 2022 08:12

D Division commander retiring

Manitoba’s top cop is retiring. Assistant Commissioner Jane MacLatchy announced her planned retirement from the RCMP last week, after more than 34 years of dedicated service to Canadians. A/Commr. MacLatchy has been the commanding officer of the Manitoba RCMP for three years, having taken command in February 2019. Her last…
By Floyd MartensMVSD Board Chair Who represents your voice? The easy answer is the people we choose to speak on our behalf. But it can be more complicated than that. Not everyone who gets elected has the same perspective that I may have on an issue. It is the nature…
Tuesday, 05 April 2022 07:50

Senior centre has a new handle

The Dauphin Multi-Purpose Senior Centre has a new name. As of Friday, the facility will be known as the Dauphin Active Living Centre (DALC). DALC president Esther Fyk said administrator and program co-ordinator Kim Armstrong kept nudging the board of directors towards changing the name of the centre. “We wanted…
Countryfest organizers are looking forward to a “Return to the Hill.” And as part of a promotional concert tour of the same name, Doc Walker and Don Amero, festival directors and organizers gathered at Selo Ukraina last week to unveil a new sign that will greet those attending Canada’s longest…
Tuesday, 29 March 2022 07:57

Construction continues

The steel girders for the new strip mall between the Super 8 Motel and Dauphin Co-op Gas Bar arrived and were unloaded, Mar. 21. Construction of the mall, which is expected to open in the fall, will continue all spring and summer.
While provincial health orders are lifting mandatory mask usage as of Mar. 15, Manitoba Public Insurance will become mask-friendly - encouraging its customers to wear a mask when attending a service or claim centre. However, they will no longer be mandatory. In situations where distancing is not possible, such as…
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