Reflections from Ross-shire from 100, 75, 50 and 25 Years Ago

Published: Sun 16 Apr 2017

Stuart Greaves sits astride the new mountain bike which was presented to him to mark his retirement from Culbokie Primary School after 14 years service as head teacher

100 Years Ago Friday, 13th April, 1917 AN excellent opportunity is provided to Dingwallians to increase food production. As will be seen from our advertising columns, Messrs D & W Ross, Bridgend Dairy, Dingwall are offering a field suitable for potato planting.

Reflections from Ross-shire 100, 75, 50 and 25 Years Ago

Published: Sun 09 Apr 2017

Children who were members of the Foulis Club in Evanton

100 Years Ago Friday, 6th April, 1917 MR Allan Deas, who has been for some time on the clerical staff of the goods department at Invergordon Station has just received an important appointment in the chief accountants office Uganda railways and will leave to take up his new duties on an early date.

Reflections from Ross-shire: 100, 75, 50 and 25 Years Ago

Published: Mon 03 Apr 2017

Avoch Pub football team presentation in the Station Hotel, Alness, when they won the league (year unknown).

100 Years Ago Friday, 30th March, 1917 THE war is coming home to people in the Highlands through the food scarcity and through other shortages. On Saturday at least one Dingwall grocer was without sugar, marmalade or soap.

Reflections from our old files - 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago

Published: Wed 29 Mar 2017

A reader kindly brought in this nostalgic image of the former Souter and Reid paper shop in Dingwall's High Street from years gone by.

100 Years Ago Friday, 23rd March, 1917 IN THE Dingwall Sheriff Court on Tuesday, a Ross-shire farmer was charged with a contravention of the Food Controller's Order, by selling a ton of potatoes at more than £9 a ton, in the month of February.