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Franklin basketballers second in state

Franklin Public School’s girls basketball team put in a stellar effort to finish second in NSW at the PSSA Basketball Championships in Penrith last Friday.

Sculpture trail grows with Snowy support

Engineering met art on a grand scale yesterday, with Snowy Hydro CEO Dennis Barnes announcing a new major sponsorship of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail (SVST).

St Mary’s celebrates 100th birthday

One-hundred years of treasured memories were celebrated as St Mary’s Primary School at Batlow marked its centenary on Sunday and yesterday.

New apprenticeships at AKD Tumut

This year AKD have 29 new apprenticeship positions being offered nationally, covering fitter and turners, fabricators, electricians, saw technicians and wood machinists. 

Busted shoulder and beaut buckle after Bidgee battle

Battle on the Bidgee Open Men’s winner Morgan Webb has spoken about experiencing the best and worst the event can offer.

Ron shows flair with carved out bear

Bear sightings are being reported at Batlow golf course, but fear not, it’s not because of an ill-advised exotic wildlife introduction program.

McAuley celebrates new era

McAuley Catholic Central School Acting Years 10-12 Curriculum Coordinator Sarah Lu says the school’s first year 11 has been a “huge success”.

Pub choir wows the Woolpack

The Tumut Pub Choir hit the Woolpack Hotel this week for what was the sixth pub choir meeting since its beginning in May. 

Families flock to Fun Day

The first ever Snowy Valleys Community Fun Day was a smash hit, with over 600 community members getting down to Tumut Showground on Saturday.

Former mayor in Yes camp

Former Tumut Mayor and Wiradjuri Elder Sue Bulger is in no doubt about which side she is supporting in the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum.