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Cuchulainn Cycling Club prepare for women's only league launch

Cuchulainn Cycling Club Dundalk will shortly launch a new women’s only league for 2014.

The league will run every Tuesday evening over eight weeks from Tuesday 6th May and is suitable for women of all abilities from true beginners to advanced racing cyclists since it is handicapped to reflect ability and experience. 200 more words


Man released without charge following questioning over Ravensdale deaths

Man in his lates 30s who was being held in Dundalk Garda Station for questioning since last Wednesday in connection with a double murder in Ravensdale two years ago has been released without charge. 64 more words

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Man arrested in connection with local deaths

A man in his late 30s has been arrested in connection with the discovery of the bodies of two men near outside Dundalk two years ago. 58 more words

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This woman never changes hat styles: Wears same headgear daily

No matter what the current craze in feminine bonnets, Mrs. Alma Rivett Floberg of Ravensdale always puts on the same hat at 9:52 a.m. seven days a week. 296 more words


Post mortem to be carried out today on body of Laurence McGeown

State Pathologist Professor Marie Cassidy is due to perform a post mortem later today on the body of Laurence ‘Michael’ McGeown.

The 63-year-old bartender passed away in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda yesterday after suffering serious head injuries in an assault at Fagan’s pub on the Castletown Road on Friday last, February 28th. 64 more words

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Walk through Ravensdale Forest to coincide with National Tree Week

To celebrate National Tree Week, Louth Woodland Gatherings will be hosting a walk through Ravensdale Forest on Saturday March 8th.

The walk will take in all five, uniquely different bridges of the forest. 129 more words

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They can’t believe they own the hole thing

Originally published in the News Journal, February 21, 1979

The gaping hole in the front yard of Elmer and Marlys Engel, Ravensdale, is big enough to swallow a truck—and last week it nearly did. 388 more words