A Sagkeeng First Nation minor hockey coach is facing charges of uttering threats at two teen referees at a game this past November.

A coffee break meet-n-greet with MLA Brad Michaleski, Agricultural Minister Ralph Eichler and Minister of Health Kelvin Goertzen is scheduled this Monday.

High Speed Internet improvements are on the way to the Parkland.

In the death of Sagkeeng First Nation student Serena McKay this past April, the Crown is asking for an adult sentence for a second teen.

With the number of fatal fires that have occurred, the Dauphin Fire Department wants to remind people to check their smoke alarms.

Nationwide Indigenous police forces have been promised $291 million dollars to improve services.

The province is asking for comments on their Pension Benefits Act Review.

A car fire broke out last night in Dauphin at approximately 8:30.

Some freezing rain fell in the Parkland last night coating the roads with ice.

Families wanting information on the second build with the Dauphin Habitat For Humanity can attend an informational meeting tomorrow.

The proposed Manitoba Commodity Organization Amalgamation is being discussed in a regional meeting in Dauphin.