Dauphin Herald News

Set to embark on a school year that will more closely resemble a prepandemic environment, there is no shortage of excitement among the educators at Mountain View School Division (MVSD). “It’s such an air of positivity that’s out there amongst staff and amongst administrators,” MVSD superintendent, CEO Stephen Jaddock said.…
Tuesday, 30 August 2022 07:55

Wings over Dauphin

History was on display at the unveiling of the Airport Memorial 80, honouring the men and women who trained locally as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. Two five-foot-by-three-foot pieces of granite provides a history of the air training plan, as well as the history of the two…
Inter-Mountain Watershed District (IMWD) has developed new Memorial Park and held a ceremony honouring its first two inductees, Ernie Bayduza and Wes Bernat. IMWD’s new Memorial Park is located in the yardsite of its office near Ethelbert and is intended to honour the volunteers instrumental in founding and building the…
Thursday, 25 August 2022 11:56

TOTAL MARKET COVERAGE COMING UP!

The Dauphin Herald is preparing for our Total Market Coverage Paper which will come out this fall, on September 20th! Over 17,000 copies are produced and distributed FREE to every household throughout the Parkland area. This special edition features multiple sections including News, Sports, Agriculture and Lifestyle! The distribution for…
The Northwest Métis Council Inc. (NWMC) held its annual regional meeting in Dauphin, Aug. 13. Local executive members from 24 Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) Locals in the region came in to hear about the NWMC’s year in review, projects for the future, and the launching of a new and substantial…
Local musical artists Desiree Dorion of Dauphin and Emma Peterson of Winnipegosis will join Quinton Blair on a tour of Western Canada in September. The Kick Off Your Roots Tour opens, Sept. 1, in Portage and will make its way west with 12 shows ending, Sept. 14 in Dauphin at…
Monday, 15 August 2022 19:33

A watery rescue

Shortly after 3 p.m., Aug. 9, the Dauphin Fire Department was dispatched to assist Ochre River Fire Department with a water rescue on Dauphin Lake. A boat had overturned sending both occupants into the water. The mission was a success, with both of the boaters returning to land unharmed. Thanks…
Monday, 15 August 2022 19:26

Co-op Looking into Bringing in COPP

Dauphin Consumers Co-op is looking into the possibility of starting a Citizens on Patrol Program in Dauphin. The local business had a table set up at their food store, Wednesday and Thursday, offering information to interested patrons. Co-op asset protection/safety manager Richard Ives said the first discussion took place in…
Results of an Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM) member survey shows municipalities are concerned about public safety issues. According to survey data, 92 per cent of respondents noted that they are concerned about the lack of police presence throughout their communities while 90 per cent believe the province should not…
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