In addition to what’s on our website, facebook page and twitter, you’ll find loads more great stories, pic spreads and more in today’s Donegal Democrat and Donegal People’s Press.
Among today’s top stories are:
- McHugh rows into choppy waters with the Cope
- Arranmore RNLI signs up youngest volunteer crew member
- Tragic youngsters “straight to heaven on angels’ wings”
- Best of both worlds for Jim
- Glenties’ Stacey is Home-Cook Hero
- Corrie’s Bill Tarmey fondly remembered in Bundoran
- Donna scores on the dance floor for the Democrat
- The Famous Five go back to Abbey Vocational
- Sam visits Donegal Association of London banquet
- Profile of Fr Eamonn Kelly
- Allingham Arts Festival round up
- Craig Doyle falls in love with Donegal’s Calendar Girl
- Calendar Girls prove a hit at An Grianan
- Sam visits Donegal Town, Inver, Frosses and Mountcharles
- Civic Reception for Donegal Town Community Band
- Karl Lacey and Paul Durcan get hot and bothered with top chefs
- Charity Fight Night 3 at the Clanree.
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