A community advocate based in Thurso said he believes the town's Salvation Army church is in danger of closing.
Steven Mackay praised his Nairn players for “digging deep” as they continued their winning run in the Highland League with a 3-2 victory at Wick.
Long service awards have been presented to five Rotary Club members from Wick who between them have clocked up 175 years with the organisation.
Police reported that a man and child were taken to Caithness General Hospital in Wick after a one-vehicle crash at Glengolly near Thurso.
Police, ambulance and fire services were called out early on Sunday morning after a lorry went off road at the B876 between Reiss and Ackergill.
Wick Academy manager Gary Manson admitted the manner of Saturday's 3-2 home defeat to Nairn County in the Highland League was difficult to take.
Exhibitors are being encouraged to get their entries in for next week's annual Caithness Christmas show and sale at the Quoybrae auction mart.
Award-winning craft spirit producer North Point Distillery, near Thurso, has unveiled 'Dalclagie' Highland Single Malt Whisky.
Thurso's Heritage by A Thirsa Loon
Road policing officers are looking for information after a man was seriously injured in a crash in Caithness yesterday afternoon.
The popular series continues with Let's Remember Caithness Volume 5 now available in time for Christmas
Project caters for all ages and is held at Thurso Baptist Church
Making Space for Nature by Fiona MacLean
Local family support charity Home-Start Caithness said it is delighted to announce the start of its new Sunflower Project.
Thurso pupils at one primary school made up 124 boxes of gifts and essential items to help those in need at Christmas time.
Volunteers are being sought to join local outdoor access forums across the Highlands including in Caithness and Sutherland.
Thurso voters opt for No-Change in 1923, Sideshows to stay at riverside in 1973 and Upgrade for Thurso town centre in 1998
The line between Inverness and Tain was reopened last night after a crash between a train and a car prompted the closure of the railway.
Pupils at Noss Primary School and ELC organised events and activities to support the Blythswood Appeal and Children in Need.
Members of the project team seeking to revitalise Wick's High Street lanes are "delighted" with the way the public has engaged with the process.