Coming up in tomorrow’s Donegal Democrat we have another jam-packed edition with all the latest news, views and sport from around Donegal.
With the threat of industrial action by gardaí and teachers on the horizon, we look at the current situation.
A Letterkenny business is rising from the ashes after a devastating fire. We have the latest on their race to re-open.
There is anger in Belleek as the closure of a local bank branch is confirmed.
Find out more about the significant drop in garda numbers across the county in the last seven years.
Donegal sport stars are getting behind a campaign to help Paul Holian from Ballyare recover from injuries sustained in a freak accident.
We also have all the glamour and style from the Rosses Community School prom night.
A safety review is launched in MacCumhaill Park.
We look ahead to Finn Harps crucial battle with Wexford Youths.
There is also in-depth reaction to Glenswilly’s triumph over Kilcar in Sunday's senior football championship final.
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