SKIPTON Girls' High and the Ermysted's Grammar are ranked as the first and second top schools in the northern region according to the Sunday Times.
A prominent local politician has hit out at police in the aftermath of appalling arson attacks on community minibuses.
SIR - This letter is for the attention of the person (or the people) who decided it would be fun to set fire to a Keighley Community Transport vehicle.
Rain has been blamed for delaying the reopening of a major Keighley road.
Keighley residents face paying almost £11 more in tax next year to pay for the town council.
Keighley youngster Amy Harper sang solo at the London Palladium this month as part of a big-budget musical.
Computer blunders by Bradford Council staff helped contribute to £4 million of benefit being paid to people who were not entitled to it.
Lund Park will be bouncing with big band beats when 46-piece combo Hot Aire swing into town next month to raise winter temperatures with an evening of toe tapping tunes.
Keighley Town Council could soon splash out almost £3,000 to buy a radar speed gun for local police.
Revellers cast off the winter blues and swapped scarves for sunglasses to raise money for a local hospice.
A Keighley doctor who thrashed a teenage girl's bare buttocks with a coathanger and subjected her to a degrading sex assault was sentenced to five years yesterday, as a judge branded him "a potential risk to women".
A FORMER school in the centre of Barnoldswick could have a new future as a "cultural centre" for the town.
THIS month marks 35 years since Peter Wilkinson first picked up the clippers at his Barnoldswick barber's shop, and he has no intention of putting them down just yet.
AN Embsay filmmaker has directed a short film to be included in pop star Ronan Keating's new video.
A SHORT history of Burnsall School has been captured in paperback to commemorate its 400th anniversary.
CREDIT where it is due! After a long bleak period with numerous empty units, Skipton's chief shopping centre Craven Court is back in business.
A BLUEPRINT to boost jobs and businesses around Settle aims to transform the area.
AN historian is on the hunt for pictures of the famous German airship, the Hindenburg - as it flew over Craven.
A NEW wood will be sprouting soon in North Craven in memory of a retired school teacher's late wife.
CELEBRATED author Gervase Phinn officially opened Bradley Primary School's new library on Wednesday.
THE head of the supplies department at Steeton's Airedale Hospital is celebrating this week after scooping a top award for his profession.
AN "unsightly and possibly dangerous" garage site in the conservation area of Sutton is to be transformed into a two storey house.
A Silsden girl wants everyone to know how proud she is of her mum.
A PARENT is concerned that school buses are being overcrowded following an incident where children were injured.
In 1907, the liner Mauretania completed her maiden voyage to New York.
Children at Parkwood School, Keighley, collected money for charity as part of their harvest festival celebration.
Long Lee Primary School is celebrating after being awarded the prestigious Investors in People certificate. The national accreditation has come following a rigorous assessment period, which entailed an examination of systems and procedures and interviews with a cross section of people involved with school.
Three German students are spending a month in Keighley on an exchange scheme.
The families and friends of elderly people in Bradford currently fighting cost-cutting closure plans for three Council-run care homes will no doubt feel inclined to redouble their efforts after learning that the authority has been giving money away in error.
Stuart McCall today urged City's fans to stick with the club through the crisis as he plotted to add to their misery.
Leeds Rhinos revealed they are yet to receive an offer for Bulls transfer target Karl Pratt.
Stuart McCall dreaded he would be banned from his City "homecoming".
Someone's due a hammering and Jason Maxwell thinks it might be Whitby Town.
Keighley people didn't let the grass grow under their feet when it came to naming the town's new bus station.
A former Keighley resident who was born in the year the Titanic sank is 90 today.
Photographic evidence is being sought by an historian about one of the most unusual aviation incidents to happen in the Aire Valley.
A teacher at Oakbank School who agreed to shave his head for Children in Need misunderstood when pupils told him they would leave it completely bear.
Youngsters at Hothfield School in Silsden collected coppers for Children in Need.
Caring pupils at Holycroft Primary School in Keighley coined in cash for Children in Need.
The patients and staff at Airedale Hospital didn't know which way to turn when they were confronted by both devils and angels who wanted their money.
An IT solutions supplier is helping a disabled sports association hit the net in style.
Nine Keighley College students on a BTEC First in Care course did their bit for Children in Need.
A pair of Keighley schoolboys had a smashing time in the town centre raising money for Children in Need.
The Skipton Building Society in Silsden held a fancy dress day to raise money for Children in Need.
A former Keighley head teacher has died after a short battle against cancer.
WHEN it comes to grand ideas, there have been few grander in recent years than the plan hatched in Carleton to buy the vicarage in the village and convert it into a new hall for the residents.
STIRTON'S Tarn House country hotel is being sold to developers who hope to convert it into housing.
Those who believe this town can be held to ransom by a small number of cowardly yobs - or misguided young people as some may describe them - are mistaken.
Bocking were too strong for Stockbridge Rangers in the Keighley & District Sunday Cup.
ONLY two Alliance League games went ahead because of the Keighley & District Cup.