KEIGHLEY and Ilkley's sitting MP Kris Hopkins has been chosen once again to run for this seat as the Conservative parliamentary candidate.
FRIENDS from Knowle Park supporting two different good causes successfully completed the London Marathon.
FROM the West End to West Lane come a host of well-known songs from musicals this month.
EYE In The Sky is the latest movie to be screened at Glusburn Institute.
A FORMER head teacher who has campaigned against Keighley's planned waste to energy incinerator has been selected as the Green Party's Parliamentary candidate for Keighley and Ilkley.
A PAIR of friends from Keighley raised more than £2,200 for people with prostate cancer by taking part in the London Marathon.
BUSINESSES have been urged to get behind a Keighley food kitchen which is providing meals every week for deprived people.
A GROUP of at least 20 adults and school pupils observed this year's Internatonal Workers Memorial Day in the grounds of Cliffe Castle last Friday. (April 28)
FUNKY Flowers and Creative Stitch workshops are continuing at Glusburn Institute.
A BUILDING society that last year gave grants to Keighley and South Craven groups is inviting new applications for cash.
A KEIGHLEY undergraduate has been named the best mediator in the world in a prestigious law tournament.
FOLLOWERS of this column may well have visited and enjoyed a wide range of beers and beer styles at Skipton Beer Festival.
A HISTORIC connection between Cliffe Castle and the Worth Valley Railway will be revealed on Sunday May 7.
A CROSS Hills girl is taking action for change as part of a ground-breaking campaign by the Girlguiding movement.
SNAKECHARMER slither into Bingley Arts Centre at 7pm on Sunday.
The second of the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League cup finals takes place this weekend.
KEIGHLEY New Church held the 21st annual general meeting at its premises in Braithwaite Village.
THE CLASSIC musical Evita returns to Leeds Grand Theatre from Tuesday May 16 for one week.
COUNT Arthur Strong will bring his comedy show The Sound of Mucus to Ilkley and Halifax this month.
WHILST it’s now nearly a month since the iconic Flying Scotsman departed, we are still receiving compliments about the locomotive’s visit from passengers who enjoyed the opulence of the Pullman Cream Tea service.
MALHAM sits at the heart of the most fascinating limestone country in Yorkshire.
EDUCATION bosses in Keighley and Bradford districts say a court decision that parents cannot take children out of school during term-time gives “renewed confidence” they are taking the right approach.
EVENTS at a Cullingworth school to stimulate pupils' interest in books adopted a wizards and witches theme.
IT’S A WONDER that Isaiah Sanders survived the First World War.
THE widow of the Keighley Cougars rugby player Danny Jones was guest speaker at this year's Beckfoot Oakbank prize evening.
WILL Storrie is still in the early stages of his recovery from the broken leg he suffered in the last game of last month, but Cobbydalers’ boss Danny Forrest thinks that his player is in good spirits.
THE percentage of families with children allocated their first choice of primary school in the district has risen again.
A THIEVING Morrisons car park attendant caught with more than 80 £1 coins stashed in his shoes has been jailed for six months.