Suggestions have been coming into the newsroom, on Facebook and Twitter, for our #Ask Examiner feature - and we have picked our top four for you to vote on.
Each week we are asking what you'd like us to investigate, and you can then vote for which question or issue you want us to answer.
We have been asked about Victoria Cross winners with links to Huddersfield - who they were and what they did.
Another reader wants to know how Emley Clarence Cricket Cub acquired its name.
And one person asked what Huddersfield folk did during the English Civil War.
The fourth question relates to claims of occult activity at the Standedge Tunnels.
Simply click below on the question you'd most like to know the answer to and we'll do the rest.
Vote for the question you'd most like us to investigate
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Ask Examiner: Timeline of questions we've answered
What is happening to the crumbling buildings in Longroyd Bridge?
You asked about Longroyd Lane - click here to find the answer
Ask Examiner: Mystery of black magic rituals in Standedge Tunnels
You asked about occult activity - here's what we found
We looked into whether Huddersfield once had more Rolls-Royces per head than anywhere else
We found out about those hidden wells
What happened to the council’s proposal to form a cooperative to purchase cheap gas and electricity for interested households?
Kirklees explains why weekend parking isn't free in Huddersfield
You wanted to know why you have to park in town on a weekend - here's what Kirklees said
Ask Examiner: Here's what Kirklees has to say on empty shops and business rates
You asked why Kirklees lets shop units stay empty and doesn't reduce rates - find out what they said here
Ask Examiner: We've found out the latest on plans for a pub at Castle Hill
You wanted to know what was happening with the demolished pub at Castle Hill - we found out
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary: Why is Huddersfield expected to lose its A&E? Why will Calderdale's A&E stay open?
We put your questions to health bosses - click here to read this story
Residents bemused over "Mohawk-style" grass cutting on Mirfield's London Park Estate
Grass was cut in a strange style in Mirfield - we found out why!