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A year after the last mill in Langholm closed, the town's reinventing itself as a centre for artists.
Dumfriesshire has one of the highest populations of art studios and galleries in the region.
And it's now home to one of Scotland's most successful contemporary artists, Julie Dumbarton.
Glory's learning to walk and run on her new prosthetic limbs a year after being adopted by a Cumbrian family.
When Vanessa Bamkin from Brampton saw a photo of Glory on Facebook she decided to take action.
Glory was a street dog in Romania who had three paws amputated and could hardly walk.
Vanessa arranged for her to be moved to Cumbria before raising more than £3,000 to pay for three new prosthetic limbs.
Police are seeking information after a 15-year-old girl was assaulted in Dumfries.
Police say the girl was not injured by the woman who approached her in The Long Close at about 4:50pm yesterday, Wednesday 30 July.
Anyone with any information is asked to call Police Scotland on 101 or, they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A year ago we told you about Glory - the street dog from Romania who'd had three paws amputated.
She's now been fitted with prosthetic legs and appears to be enjoying her new life in the Cumbrian town of Brampton.
Glory's owner says the transformation has been fantastic:
Tax workers in Scotland are to stage a series of fresh strikes in a long-running dispute over job losses and office closures.
Members of the Public and Commercial Services union claim years of job cuts had led to backlogs and delays.
The work of HM Revenue and Customs is expected to be affected.
The Environment Minister is visiting Forestry Commission Scotland's centre at Kirroughtree today.
Paul Wheelhouse will be there from 11:30am to meet local businesses, and see how the Commission's work is supporting the local economy.
The visitor centre opened last December as part of a four and a £5000,000 investment from the Commission.
Rather cloudy with scattered showers through the day, some heavy and perhaps thundery in the afternoon.
Some warm sunny spells are likely between showers.
Light winds. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Another £50,000 is needed to restore Whitehaven Harbour.
It was hit by storms last December, and most of the damage has now been repaired thanks to a grant from theEnvironment Agency.
But further inspections have found a crack in the North Pier, and Harbour Commissioners now say they now need extra funding to complete the work
A new museum about The Devil's Porridge - a world war one munitions factory in Gretna - is to be officially opened in Eastriggs.
The factory employed thirty thousand people during the Great War. It was one of the biggest at it's time, at nine miles long and two miles wide.