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06:50, 11 JAN 2018
Here's how the family of Cathy Temple have created a lasting memorial to their mum
Cathy died of cancer at the age of just 33
'Visit Huddersfield' - Sir Patrick Stewart's message to his 2.8m Twitter fans
Mirfield-born actor tweets link to tourism brochure for Holmfirth and Huddersfield
Marathons, half-marathons and fun runs: 12 places to compete this season
Searching for a challenge? Our guide lists runners' races and events in West Yorkshire
Boxing Day walks in Huddersfield to blow away the festive cobwebs
Burn off those Christmas calories with five walks in the Huddersfield area and a collection of quirky village strolls
Burglar chased by a dog and computers stolen from Huddersfield New College: Crimes that happened this week
What crimes were reported near you?
The South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival - everything you need to know
If you love walking, there'll be something among the 150 walks on offer for you!
Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust
Business Profile: Clare-Marie Taylor
Marketing professional Clare-Marie Taylor has set up The Marketing Department to support local and national clients\n
West Yorkshire Police
Does he look like a Batley? Neigh! West Yorkshire Police horse naming competition shortlist announced
Which name would you pick? Vote here!
Much Ado About Poo: Yorkshire Water spend more than a few pennies clearing up dog mess at Digley
The footpath around the reservoir is extremely popular with dog walkers
Obituary: Popular Holmfirth entrepreneur and champion kart and lawn mower racer John Gill dies aged 70
Proprietor of the Station Road Garage won a place in the Guiness Book of Records
'Magic mushrooms may send you on trips to the toilet (or the morgue) rather than to another cosmic, hallucinogenic dimension'
Police advice after American holidaymaker arrested after picking bag of 'magic' mushrooms near Digley Reservoir
Missing Marsden dog Hamish sparks large Facebook campaign
Members of the group 'Please Find our Hamish' have asked for others to join their search
LOOK: Record 126 vintage tractors rumble through the Holme Valley in Pennine Tractor Road Run
Impressive convoy of classic vehicles attends the annual Pennine Tractor Road Run
Holmfirth Film Festival
Holmfirth hills alive with the sound of... yodelling!
Short film produced ahead of Holmfirth Film Festival to celebrate 50 year anniversary of The Sound of Music
Tour de France
Tour De France: Holme is where the yurt is for artist Sue
At the side of the road in the village centre will be a large yurt - a sight more commonly seen in the steppes of Central Asia, where it provides a portable home for the nomadic population
Property of the Week: Town End Farm
With panoramic views over the Holme Valley, this week’s Our House offers readers a ‘million pound moment’
Restaurant review: Soul Kitchen in Holmfirth
Fun, fab and funky is the order of the day
Holmfirth Arts Festival
Digley Reservoir childhood memories inspire poet Harriet Tarlo
Landscape poet, Harriet Tarlo, has taken inspiration from a pensioner’s memories of his favourite childhood haunt.
George Osborne MP
Letters to the Editor
TWO news items in the Examiner of March 14 took my eye, one being that concerning the proposal to appoint a Deputy Police Commissioner and the second referring to an all-women short list for a Labour candidate for Colne Valley.
Latest Holme Valley crime reports
LOCKWOOD: September 11 -– Tubes used for wheel alignments stolen from Kwik Fit garage, Lockwood Road.
Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band
Holmfirth Arts Festival kicks off with light, sound, music and art
IT IS six days and counting to this year’s Holmfirth Arts Festival and the buzz couldn’t be bigger.
West Yorkshire News
Picture of the Week: Play misty for me on the moorland
CLOUD does not come much lower than this on the bleak moors between Meltham and Holmfirth.
Examiner letters, June 7
I CAN’T be the only Holmfirth resident to be thankful that after 37 years of recycling the same tired jokes, Last of the Summer Wine is finally facing the axe.
Denis: Splashing out with appropriate names
READER Richard Smith contacted me by email about the spate of silly and appropriate names that have been offered for your delectation.