A new podcast helps shed light on an enigmatic photograph from around 1905 showing an elderly man in Wick's town centre with a wheelbarrow.
Drag queen Miss Scarlett Ruby posed for some pictures at Wick harbour and says she is preparing to strut the stage at local venues.
A Wick householder talked about the 'shocking' issue she faced after receiving huge energy bills and thanked the paper for helping resolve it.
It was announced this week that there will be a temporary road restriction on the A9/A99 at Latheron and along the Causewaymire road.
The cause of many sleepless nights in Watten was resolved today when the rattling cover over a sewer pipe on the A882 was replaced.
An application has been lodged with Highland Council regarding developments at the former children's care home in Wick called Avonlea.
A disabled Thurso man, who breathes with an oxygen cylinder, is pleads with the council to be decanted from his mouldy home before it 'kills' him.
Lyth Arts Centre is teaming up with the John O’Groats Book Festival to celebrate 100 years of Duncansby Head Lighthouse.
Caithness kids are being encouraged to compete for clean up glory by helping to tackle the litter emergency
Artist Angie Lewin and author Christopher Stocks have collaborated on The Book of Wild Flowers, a celebration of British wild flowers
The council announced that a three-week trial of a 'fast, efficient and cost effective' thermal process for pothole repairs will take place in Thurso.
A Midlands-based company is helping reduce fuel costs for tenants and boost sustainability by doubling the size of Wick's district heating system.
George and Sheena Heppel from Thrumster celebrated 60 years of married life together and received a card from the King and Queen.
Plans have been put forward to Highland Council for a pet crematorium facility to be sited near Wick.
The casting team for Stacey Solomon's hit BBC1 show Sort Your Life Out is on the lookout for Caithness families to take part in the next series.
SEE THE PICTURES! Almost 150 people attended a prize bingo event at Miller Academy to help raise funds towards a special school trip.
Shelagh Swanson from Thurso said she felt honoured to have met Queen Camilla at Aberdeen Art Gallery during the unveiling of her sculpture.
Parts of Wick harbour appeared like a winter wonderland on Saturday but it was more of a 'foamscape' than a snowscape as these videos show.
Graham Finn from Dunbeath has penned his first book and his subject of fishing seems particularly appropriate for his surname.
Alanna Taylor from Watten won two awards this week after competing in the prestigious IKA Culinary Olympics against international opponents.