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From Craven Herald & Pioneer, 9th November 2017
Written by Clive White

CAMPAIGNERS battling to reinstate a rail link between Skipton and Colne believe the £100m scheme is a step nearer reality after a key meeting at Westminster. And the region's MPs believe that the re-established railway between Skipton and Colne, which would cost around £100m and consist of 11.5 miles of new track, now has strong support and is closer than it has ever been.

From Keighley News, 9th November 2017
Written by Alistair Shand 

COMMUNITY leaders have praised the success of a massive police operation targeting drug dealers on Keighley's streets. Twenty people have now been jailed, for a combined total of nearly 70 years, as a result of Operation Saucerlake. As the last two men were locked-up this week following the crackdown, tribute was paid to those who helped bring the offenders to justice. 

From Keighley News, 9th November 2017
Written by Miran Rahman

 POLICE stopped more than 100 drivers in the first two weeks of a crackdown on motoring offences in Keighley. Following the success of Operation Steerside in combating dangerous driving in Bradford, West Yorkshire Police expanded this offensive to Keighley, with backing from Keighley Town Council. Figures released today show police stopped 110 drivers and seized five vehicles in and around the town between October 20 and last Thursday.

From Keighley News, 8th November 2017
Written by Alastair Shand

KEIGHLEY MP John Grogan has criticised a health trust's outgoing chairman. And the Labour MP has voiced his hope that the departure of Professor Michael Luger could lead to a U-turn over controversial plans for a separate company to run a swathe of services at Airedale Hospital. Prof Luger has announced his resignation from Airedale NHS Foundation Trust to take-up an executive role in the education sector in London.