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  • STORE CATTLE SALE

    Harrison & Hetherington Ltd held a store cattle sale at Lockerbie onTuesday.

  • Takeaway owner fears he may have to shut up shop

    A Dumfries takeaway boss fears he could be "days away or weeks away from closing".

  • £22k raised in memory of Jimmy is a fitting tribute

    Thousands of pounds raised in memory of a popular Dumfries teacher will be used to help save people in the community where he helped to"change lives for the better".

  • An insult to the people

    Then call 0901 293 6261 letter clues. Or text CODE 4 clues.

  • Cancer survivor Fiona will step out for charity

    A Dumfries teacher who was twice diagnosed with breast cancer is preparing for a fundraising challenge in aid of the charity that supports research and treatment for the disease.

  • Driver facing trial over mum's death

    A driver is facing trial accused of killing a mum in a Dumfries car park.

  • Shoppers were not disappointed

    The spring sunshine brought out the crowds to Annan's Courtyard Market, which is fast becoming a popular biweekly attraction, on Friday and Saturday.

  • SWI group mark 40th anniversary

    Members of the Georgetown SWI celebrated its 40th anniversary with an afternoon tea at Dumfries Baptist Church.

  • SHARK ATTACK

    The Solway Sharks head to Coventry this weekend in a bid to be crowned national champions and seal a treble.

  • Whisky distillery bid edges closer

    A former village store is set to be converted into a microdistillery and visitor centre.

  • Assault charges

    Dumfries man Liam Donowho has been accused of assaulting a woman and a teenage boy.

  • Ferry lost power

    A full inspection is to be carried out on a P&O ferry that was adrift in the Irish Sea on Tuesday.

  • New Gretna attraction tells its love story

    The iconic"auld clay daubin" Famous Blacksmiths shop at the heart of Gretna Green has begun a new chapter in its romantic history.

  • Folk singer Siobhan set for CatStrand gig

    Award-winning Scottish folk singer Siobhan Miller is heading to the Stewartry.

  • Memory Lane

    30 YEARS AGO Twenty-year-old Susan Cannon from Collinhill Farm, Auchencairn, was the 1992 MissYoung Farmer for Scotland.

  • Pride is at stake

    Wullie Gibson wants his squad to end the season on a high tonight at Dunfermline.

  • Scottish Government grants to boost agricultural sustainability

    Farmers, crofters and agricultural contractors will be able to apply for funding for equipment with a recognised evidence base to protect the water environment and reduce the agricultural impact on climate change and air quality.

  • Workers'Memorial Day

    A community celebration to mark International Workers' Memorial Day will be held in Dumfries on Sunday.

  • Anger at poor train services

    Failures by TransPennine Express to make good on "previous promises" to Lockerbie train station passengers has led to a call for Government intervention.

  • Cup final joy for Moffat rugby kids

    STRATHAVEN ...........14 MOFFAT............... 17 The Moffat U16 team returned home with the silverware after defeating Strathaven in the U16 Cup Final on Sunday.

  • Free live events this weekend

    Dumfries'Big Burns Supper is holding a free May Bank Holiday celebration in the Loreburn Hall More than 50 local and tribute acts will perform over the next three days, with free tickets available at www.

  • Creative kids club

    Dumfries'Moat Brae is running a storymaking and tabletop role playing club for creative nine to 13-year-olds called Fable Makers on Fridays until June 3.

  • Donald uses photographs to bring old Dumfries to life in lecture

    Donald Henderson was the guest speaker at this month's Dumfries Probus Club meeting, attended by 19 members.

  • It's time for action now

    Politicians have condemned the chaos in Dumfries' English Street.

  • Ads could feature in free-to-play titles

    Both PlayStation and Xbox are said to be looking into the potential of having adverts in free-to-play games.

  • cricket

    Dumfries CRICKET Club There was a full weekend of cricket for the club at Nunholm with two pre-league friendlies against Ferguslie and Galloway.

  • ICE HOCKEY

    ANOTHER TITLE FOR SOLWAY SHARKS The Building Craftsmen Dumfries Solway Sharks headed to Planet Ice Leeds at the weekend, looking to secure the NIHL North 1 playoff trophy to add to their league title.

  • Prison sentence

    An Annan man has been jailed for 18 months after admitting a series of threatening offences against women and carrying a Stanley knife.

  • Support for our refugee hosts

    Sir -Your reporting of Councillor Dougie Campbell's call for those taking in Ukrainian families to be properly supported is welcome.

  • Businesses hit hard by sudden road closure

    Bar boss Jacqui Dickson told how she suffered her worst weekend in more than 20 years due to the English Street road closure.

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