Dauphin Herald News

Tuesday, 27 September 2022 07:24

Skate park camera popular, says mayor

In answer to a request from the City of Dauphin’s Protective Services Committee, a new, high-resolution surveillance system has been installed at the D-Town Plaza Skatepark. “The skate park cameras have been on the radar for a long time and now they have finally come to fruition,” said mayor Christian…
Less than ideal weather may have delayed the start of the construction season for the City of Dauphin, but everything is on track to complete the 2022 capital plan. The budget included provisions for reconstruction of Crocus Bay and a section of 10th Avenue Southwest from Main Street to First…
Dauphin mayoralty candidates continue their campaigning this week with their thoughts on the concept of leadership and their specific qualities which will enable them to effictively lead Dauphin city council for the next four years. The following are responses to the question, “The effectiveness of any policy developing body -…
Tuesday, 20 September 2022 08:20

Greenhouse growing

Overcoming a delayed start to the project, construction of the Vermillion Growers greenhouse north of Dauphin is now progressing at breakneck speed. The 10-acre greenhouse is just phase one of what is expected to eventually be a 30-acre development and should be operational sometime this winter. Get more in this…
Tuesday, 20 September 2022 08:04

Dauphin election picture is coming into focus

With the registration period now closed the Oct. 26 municipal and school board election is coming into focus. And when it comes to the City of Dauphin council race that means a crowded ballot. Last week, prior to the end of the nomination period, 16 candidates had registered their intention…
Tuesday, 20 September 2022 07:57

Village addition

The Ukrainian Heritage Village Museum at Selo Ukraina will soon have a new addition as the Ukrainian Folk Arts Centre and Museum has plans to move the Sandringham teacherage from its present location in the RM of Dauphin to the heritage village. Selo president Jim Perchaluk said a foundation has…
This week’s focus on the race for the City of Dauphin mayor’s chair looks at supports for small business. The question for candidates David Bosiak and Kerri Riehl was: Small business is one of the pillars of the community and locally, many small businesses are struggling to rebuild from the…
The Dauphin Derailleurs Cycle Club (DDCC) is capitalizing on some recent donations to move forward its goal of providing healthy opportunities in the community that focus on physical activity and mental well-being. DDCC’s Bike Hub Project has launched thanks to a $5,000 grant from Prairie Mountain Health’s Healthy Together Now…
It has been a busy summer at the Parkland Regional Library in Dauphin. Among the many things going on, according to library director Alison Moss, was the TD summer reading program, with drop-in activities every Thursday, including crafts for all ages. “There were paper puppets every week, so kids could…
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