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.
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.
Headed by 'Dalesman', a flotilla of boats is making its way down the canal in Skipton carrying local dignitaries and guests for the procession around the town.
Nearly 200 clog dancers from all over England are due to converge on Skipton this weekend forthe tenth annual Clogfest Festival.
There will be clog dancing performances at the canal basin, the castle and the town hall. Clogfest director Paul Hudson said the festival was unique -the only one of its kind in England.
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A market town is today paying tribute to a Yorkshire soldier shot dead with a colleague by a rogue Afghan policeman. Sergeant Gareth Thursby, described as inspirational by senior officers, was killed last year in a so-called green on blue attack.
This afternoon his name is being added to the war memorial in Skipton where he was brought up.
A rededication service at the Skipton war memorial will take place today, with the name of a fallen soldier added to it. Sergent Gareth Thursby who served in the 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, was shot dead by a rogue Afghanistan police officer in Helmand Province in September.
A motorcyclist who died in a collision on the A65 near Skipton in North Yorkshire on 1st May has been named as Dominic Paul Lee of Trawden, Lancashire. An inquest into the 49-year-old's death is expected to be opened and adjourned later this week.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist was killed in a road traffic collision on the A65 at Skipton.
The motorcyclist, a 49-year-old man from Trawden, Lancashire, was seriously injured in the collision, which occurred at around 9.20pm on Wednesday, May 1st.
His blue motorbike collided with a grey Hyundai car at the junction with the A6131 Knaresborough Road.
The motorcyclist was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where he was sadly pronounced dead.
Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either vehicle prior to the incident to come forward with information.
A team of people with visual impairments from Harrogate are celebrating after completing a triathlon to raise money for a sight loss charity.
The six-strong team, who all live in community housing provided by Henshaws Society For Blind People, took part in the Skipton Triathlon to support the charity.
They have been supported throughout the challenge by Henshaws Housing and Support staff and volunteers including Alastair Locke, who came up with the idea to enter a team and ran their twice weekly training sessions.
– Alastair Locke, Henshaws Housing and Support
The team have been gradually building up their fitness from a basic level. It was brilliant to see everyone complete their sections of the event and to know that all their hard work had paid off.
A group of Royal Marines and Veterans will lay a wreath and hold a remembrance service in Skipton today for Captain Philip Guy, who was among the first to die in the Gulf War in 2003 when an American helicopter crashed in Kuwait.