Dauphin Herald News

Planning and executing a world class music festival is a lot like riding a bike - it doesn’t matter if you haven’t done it for awhile, muscle memory kicks in and everything comes flooding back. At least that is the experience for Dauphin’s Countryfest organizers who brought Canada’s longest running…
For the first time in three years, the sights and sounds of the midway will be heard in Dauphin with the return of the 2022 Dauphin Fair, July 1 to 3. The fair actually kicks off, June 30, with the 4-H beef steer and sheep classes at 1 p.m., followed…
Tuesday, 28 June 2022 09:38

City, RM host AMM district meeting

Municipal representatives from across the Parkland were in Dauphin last week for the Association of Manitoba Municipalities’ June District meeting. “It was a decent crowd with people from as far as Roblin and as close as Gilbert Plains,” Dauphin mayor Christian Laughland said, adding between 60 and 70 delegates attended.…
Tuesday, 28 June 2022 09:30

No mosquito fogging, says City

Manitoba’s two largest urban centres are gearing up to begin fogging operations for nuisance mosquitoes, but Dauphin residents will have to deal with the pervasive pests on their own as the City of Dauphin has opted against fogging as a control measure at this time. “The City of Dauphin is…
Dauphin’s Countryfest’s return to the hill is only days away and, after a two year absence, festival president Ann Ransom could not be more excited. “It is just wonderful. We’re a little rusty, but it is so good. Being a community person in the City of Dauphin and working in…
Four Parkland residents have been honoured with Assiniboine Community College’s Alumni Association awards. Tere Stykalo received a Distinguished Alumni Award, presented annually to graduates of the college who have distinguished themselves in both their chosen profession and their community, while Jadelyn McKay, Kayla Gillis and Nicole Koroway were honoured with…
St. Paul’s Home Ladies Auxiliary recently held its final meeting due to its aging membership. The group decided to dissolve at a meeting, Sept. 20, 2021, and the final meeting was held, June 13. Established in 1981 under the guidance of Sister Jean Zemliak, the auxiliary was a volunteer organization…
Tuesday, 21 June 2022 07:42

Family fund effects positive

For the last few months the Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund has been soliciting support for its efforts to relocate families displaced by the war in Ukraine. And with nine families making their way to the Parkland so far, the positive effects of those efforts are starting to show. “Our original…
Police are seeking the public’s assistance following a theft at a historical sight northwest of Dauphin, last week. On June 12, at approximately 9:05 a.m., Dauphin RCMP received a complaint of theft from the director of the Trembowla Cross of Freedom museum and church, which is located 20 kilometres northwest…
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