The funeral of Sergeant Gareth Thursby takes place in his home town of Skipton. He and a colleague were killed by a rogue Afghan policeman.
A woman from Skipton has won a music competiton.
Building society worker Martyn Crofts from Skipton has become an overnight sensation after appearing on Britain's Got Talent.
Police have renewed their appeal to find a missing Skipton woman as they grown increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Sara Elizabeth Parkinson, aged 42, from Embsay, was reporting missing on Monday.
Police are appealing to anyone in the Skipton, Embsay and surrounding areas to contact them if they believe they have seen Sara. They would also like to hear from public transport providers such as bus drivers and taxi drivers who may have provided transport to Sara.
Search teams and volunteer search and rescue organisations have been carrying out extensive searches of the area including Bolton Abbey – an area where Sara is known to enjoy visiting – however she remains missing.
Sara is described as around 5ft 1in tall, with a medium build and dark brown hair.
Concern is growing for a 42-year-old woman who has been missing from her home in Embsay near Skipton since Sunday, November 24th. Police say they now have "extreme concerns" for Sara Parkinson's safety and wellbeing as she does not have access to a vehicle or her mobile phone.
Police are appealing to anyone in the Skipton, Embsay and surrounding areas to contact them if they believe they have seen Sara since Sunday evening.
They would also like to hear from public transport providers such as bus drivers and taxi drivers who may have provided transport to Sara or anyone who has given her a lift.
Chief Inspector Simon Lovell has made a direct appeal to Sara, saying:
"Your family and friends are desperately worried about you and need to know that you are safe. Please contact the police, your family or your friends and let us know that you are safe”.
Police are appealing for the public's help to trace a woman missing from Skipton. Sara Elizabeth Parkinson, who is 42-years-old and from Embsay, was last seen around 5pm on Sunday. She was reported missing this morning.
She is described as white, around 5ft 1in tall, medium build with dark brown hair. Anyone who knows of her whereabouts is urged to contact police.
Families and war veterans have gathered at a special service to pay tribute to a soldier and a marine who were killed in Afghanistan.
Memorial stones were unveiled to honour Sergeant Gareth Thursby from Skipton and Royal Marine Anthony Hotine who had strong family ties to the town. Jon Hill reports.
Hundreds of people tackled an assault course with a difference this weekend.
The Tough Mudder challenge is said to be the most difficult course on the planet. Matt Price reports.
Good luck to everyone taking part in the Yorkshire @toughmudder this weekend.
The 12 mile obstacle course, that includes jumping over fire, crawling through mud and jumping in icy water, is not a race but a challenge to test mental toughness and physical endurance with the emphasis on teamwork and camaraderie.
It was founded in America in 2010 by Englishman Will Dean and Guy Livingstone and has since been hailed as the premier adventure challenge series in the world.
An investigation has started at Airedale Hospital after the loved-ones of a man with back complaints were told by mistake that he had had a heart attack. Susan Garner was so upset when she went to comfort Mark Newbould in the ambulance that she failed to realise the patient was a different man.
People with visual impairments and disabilities are in training for a triathlon in North Yorkshire next month to raise awareness of a charity which helps them live independent lives.
Machines and techniques have had to be modified to allow the team to train. One includes a piece of elastic attached to a running machine to help the runners feel the centre of the track – allowing them to position themselves correctly.
Henshaws Society for Blind People is one of the oldest charities in the country encouraging people to live independent, fulfilling lives.
The team competes in the Skipton triathlon on the 1st September.