SCOTTISH Borders Council is reminding local people that nominations are still open for the Royal Burgh of Selkirk & District Community Council election.
SELKIRK trainer Stuart Coltherd claims he will never forget the longest day of his life - after his stable star upset the odds at Aintree.
WHEN a Selkirk toddler was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes her and her family's life changed forever - without her even having the slightest of ideas what was going on.
COMMUNITY leaders in Selkirk are hoping to drive through plans for a one-way system in the town.
FUNDRAISERS hoping to establish a Flodden Memorial Garden in Selkirk have been ambushed by community leaders.
EXPERTS believe they have eradicated all of the dry rot from Selkirk's Victoria Hall.
A SELKIRK woman is one of the stars of a radio campaign that aims to bring more visitors to the region.
DAVID Mitchell has stepped down as secretary of Selkirk and District Angling Association after 50 years.
MUMS in Selkirk are patiently waiting on the final part of a massive jigsaw in their bid to bring fun back to the town.
A SCHOOL nursery in Selkirk which was reprimanded last summer has been given a glowing report card - after tightening up security.
IT was an unfriendly welcome that awaited Robert Burns on his one and only visit to Selkirk in 1786.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a yurt holiday camp in the Ettrick Valley have had their guy ropes cut by councillors.
SELKIRK picked up its first silverware of the season at The Gytes on Friday night, when the club's 1st XV defeated Peebles 24-17 to lift the RBS Border Regional Cup.
Border Telegraph Poll
Do you think community councillors should support plans to spend £5,500 on a new lamp post in Galashiels to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee? See this week's Border Telegraph for more details.
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