One of the region's most successful para-athletes has been honoured in a special ceremony in her home town.
The phonebox in Johnstonebridge near Moffat has been painted gold in recognition of Shelby Watson's achievements as a multiple world record holder in the T33 classification.
Our reporter Ryan Dollard went to meet her:
Para-athlete Shelby Watson was given a warm welcome in her hometown of Johnstonebridge after winning five gold medals at the Cerebral Palsy World Games.
Shelby's dad Russ can't believe the progress she has made in only 2 years.
Family and friends came to congratulate Shelby on her 5 gold medals from the Cerebral Palsy World Games.
Good luck to wheelchair racer Shelby Watson who has just arrived in Nottingham to compete in the Cerebral Palsy World Games.
The teenager from Johnstonebridge is competing in five race in her first global competition and in widely tipped for medal success.
Villagers in Johnstonebridge are celebrating after securing almost £100,000 for local projects.
The money will be spent on a Community Garden, allotments and land for locals to create affordable self-build housing.
They hope it will be the first step towards restoring a hub in the village as Ryan Dollard reports.
Hundreds of motorists sweated in the huge traffic jam and many sat out on the barriers and bankings as temperatures soared to 80 degrees
Police, ambulance staff, doctors and firefighters worked at the scene for more than two hours.
Three people were badly hurt after a Range Rover crashed into the concrete upright of a motorway bridge. The three, a man and two women, had to be freed from the wreckage of the vehicle four miles south of Beattock on the northbound carriageway of the A74M.
Firefighters worked at the scene for more than 90 minutes to free the trapped who were said to be badly hurt. Police are still treating the accident as a potential fatal after two air ambulances were sent to the motorway at Junction 15 north of Johnstonebridge.
Police closed both carriageways for two hours and thousands of vehicles were queued back up to six miles. Police set up diversions and later opened one lane on each side of the motorway to let traffic off before closing the northbound lane again for a major accident investigation.
Two casualties have been airlifted to the Southern General Hospital, with a further casualty taken by ambulance to the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
The Northbound carraigeway is closed and will remain so for a considerable period while investigations are carried out. The Southbound carriageway has one lane now re-opened.
A vehicle has collided with a bridge support. There will be traffic congestion at the location for some time and both carriageways will be fully closed for a time to allow the Air Ambulances access to the scene