Shelby Watson may only have taken up track racing at the start of the year, but she has a very bright future in the sport ahead of her.
For day three of Mental Health Awareness Week we are looking at dementia. We found out how it affects people's lives.
A club for adults with disabilities in Dumfries is growing in popularity and they say it's because they listen to what its members want.
As preparations for the Love Life and Liberty Pageant get underway in Dumfries, organiser Dame Barbra Kelly says it's important to remember the area's literary connections:
Final preparations are underway in Dumfries for the Love Life and Liberty Pageant, this weekend.
The play depicting the last years of life of poet Robert Burns which he spent in the town.
It's the showpiece at the heart of a two day festival celebrating his life and that of the Peter Pan author James Barrie who was educated in the town.
Police in Dumfries are appealing for witnesses after a break-in at a property in Brasswell.
The incident happened sometime between 5pm on Tuesday 8 July, and 10am on Wednesday 9 July.
Two expensive watches, a laptop and an X-box games console were all taken.
A club for adults with disabilities in Dumfries and Galloway is celebrating its first anniversary.
Buddies, in Dumfries, encourages visitors to team up with members of staff to learn new skills on their own terms.
It also gives them the chance to socialise with other people and decide what they want to do with their time.
Scotland's Deputy First Minister has been in Dumfries today, answering questions from locals about Scottish independence.
With 72 days until the referendum, and the pro-independence campaign slipping in some recent polls, Nicola Sturgeon has been arguing a "Yes" vote would be good news for the South of Scotland.
Our political reporter Joe Pike went along:
A land mine charity in Dumfries, once supported by Princess Diana, has suspended its founder and chief executive.
The Halo Trust said there had been a "serious deterioration" in relations between Guy Willoughby and the board, and it had decided to suspend him.
The Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, is in Dumfries answering questions from local residents about Scottish Independence.
People have been invited along to find out more about the Yes campaign's blueprint for an independent Scotland.
You can follow our Political Journalist Joe Pike @joepike for live tweets from Nicola Sturgeon's Q&A session in Dumfries.
Scotland's Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, will be in Dumfries today, 7 July for a Q&A session about the Scottish Government's blueprint for independence.
In the run up to the referendum Cabinet Secretaries will be holding a series of public Q&A sessions across Scotland, as well as holding a number of Cabinet meetings outside of Edinburgh.
The event will be held at 1pm in the Easterbrook Hall's Duncan Rooms.
A young transgender man from Dumfries is calling for better education on gender in schools, to help prevent bullying and prejudice. However, he wasn't identified in the piece because he didn't want to be shown on TV due to the stigma.
Becky Kent from the Scottish Transgender Alliance spoke to Emma Baker.