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Farnley Tyas to unveil its first memorial to its First World War soldiers this Sunday

Community research effort reveals details of five men who made the ultimate sacrifice

BBC radio show on mystery of vanishing Colne Valley MP Victor Grayson

New investigation into Labour MP disappearance

Grim toll of Upper Hopton families who lost two men each during World War One

Robert Oates died while serving with the Tank Corps

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Farnley Tyas to unveil its first memorial to its First World War soldiers this Sunday

Community research effort reveals details of five men who made the ultimate sacrifice

BBC radio show on mystery of vanishing Colne Valley MP Victor Grayson

New investigation into Labour MP disappearance

Grim toll of Upper Hopton families who lost two men each during World War One

Robert Oates died while serving with the Tank Corps

Procession through Marsden to mark 100 years since the start of World War One and a major exhibition at St Bartholomews Church

Bugle played by Harry Beardsall when he was killed on the Somme to be played for three generations of his family

Nostalgia: This week we look at July in 1986 - are you pictured on one of the Huddersfield Examiner's pictures?

Taking a step back in time are these pupils from Outlane Infants School who donned Victorian garb on July 7, 1986 as part of the school’s centenary celebrations

British soldiers negotiating a shell-cratered, Winter landscape along the River Somme in late 1916 after the close of the Allied offensive

Lights Out nationwide to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War on August 4 in 1914

Calderdale Council to take part in major event between 10pm and 11pm.

Nostalgia: People pictured making the news in Huddersfield during July 1990 - are you one of them?

Pupils of Sheepridge Ashbrow Junior School were keen to discover the range of life at the bottom of Meltham Mill Dam during this summer day out

Discover Huddersfield's World War One heritage walks to start in August

Series of guided walks will reveal all

Huddersfield bus's new lease of life as a cafe in Hastings

Readers will remember the only red bus on Huddersfield's roads between 1983 and 2003

Undiscovered cycling whizz relives epic 200-mile ride from Huddersfield to Rhyl when she was only 10

Almondbury resident and 93-year-old, Margaret Dutton, got to the seaside with her dad, Jim, in less than 24 hours

An aerial photograph showing the remains of First World War training trenches in Penally, a coastal village in Pembrokeshire in Wales.

Huddersfield University professor Richard Morris reveals Britain's hidden First World War trenches

Aerial photographs show evidence of Britain's scarred landscape

Photo from the early 70s taken by then Bradley resident Dawn Bailey who captured the dynamic duo during the demolition of Haigh's Mills, the oldest mill in Colnebridge.

Steeplejack's death-defying demolition of Colnebridge Mills

After knocking some of it down they found themselves trapped by the rubble

Nostalgia: Were you making the pages of the Huddersfield Daily Examiner in July, 1987?

These youngsters from Helme Junior and Infants School, Meltham, joined teacher Mrs Linda Tebb on a trip back to the 17th century

Mystery of signatures found in Calderdale museum revamp

Who were the people who left their mark on a Calderdale museum?

New tributes to Honley's brave war heroes

Book to commemorate Honley#s war efforts

Part of the former Stanley Royd Asylum

Memoirs of a Dewsbury asylum

Archives service unveils asylum records

Cyril Pearce, author of 'Comrades in Conscience'

Walk to reveal comrades plus Harold Wilson Huddersfield's history of radical politics

Leader will be Cyril Pearce, author of Comrades in Conscience book about Huddersfield's Conscientious Objectors\n\n

Memories of great days at Crow Lane School in Milnsbridge

Tough discipline during the day, chance to be a gymnast in the evenings

Grieving Huddersfield women on 1918 photo probably taken at Honley Auxiliary Hospital

Examiner readers respond to appeal for help

Nostalgia: Are you one of the people making the news in Huddersfield in June 1985? Take a look at our picture gallery

Andrew Varley, Tom Lowe, Joanne Thompson and Alison Varley provided the music at a Yorkshire evening at the George Hotel

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