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Archive – November, 2017

Read the latest local appeals, news stories and missing person alerts. The full list of stories, in date order, is below. But you can use "categories" and "neighbourhoods" to filter your selection.

Statement in relation to the sale of historical artifacts from Newby Wiske

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Assistant Chief Constable Amanda Oliver, said: “My thanks go to the retired officers who have raised this issue. We have now decided to postpone the auction due to the level of concern and feedback we have received about the sale. “Although a great deal of work and consultation was carried out to review each item […]

One week left to apply to become North Yorkshire Police’s latest recruit

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North Yorkshire Police is looking for people who want to deliver an exemplary service to the community, partners and colleagues in their recruitment campaign for Police Officers. If you think you have the skills and passion required to provide an excellent customer service every day and a true sense of purpose to keep people safe […]

Flooding in the Craven area

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The A65 is currently closed north and south of Ingleton and between Settle and Long Preston. The flooding is being regularly assessed, however, it is not known when the roads will reopen. The closures are expected to cause considerable traffic disruption in the morning. A number of minor roads are also blocked in the area […]

Witness appeal following suspicious incident in Copmanthorpe

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In happened at around 8.35am on Wednesday the 22 of November 2017  on Back Lane when two young school children were approached by a man on their way to school. The man, who is described as white, chubby build, around 5ft 7ins tall, and bald, stopped the children close to Trowel House Farm leaving the […]