Dauphin, Canada
It doesn't take long for something to travel on the Internet.

Dauphin has been placed under the "best" category in a new report by the Canadian Federation of Indepedent Business.

Today, a member of the Winnipeg RCMP Internet Child Exploitation unit spent the day at the DRCSS to discuss the misuse of devices and internet safety.

Nursing students at Assiniboine Community College here in Dauphin will have the opportunity to gain first hand experience.

It may still be November, but Christmas is quickly approaching.

The deadline to apply for a grant program that funds Manitoba nonprofits, community improvement projects, and education scholarships is tonight at midnight.

The Assiniboine Community College Foundation is getting a $50,000 donation from its president and his wife.

Students and faculty were treated with a special breakfast this morning at Henderson Elementary school. 

Last night, the Mountain View School Division held their bi-weekly board of trustees meeting to discuss the latest items that has surfaced throughout their schools.

The City of Dauphin is giving the province the go-ahead to put traffic lights at River and Mountain.

The clean up of a tornado in the Long Plains First Nation will have most of the people who were misplaced from their homes back before the holidays.