The community spirit that has been shown is amazing.
The Courier’s own opinion on things this week.
It is quite pleasant to sit and contemplate Loch Fyne while waiting for a green light.
As one petitioner has written: ‘If the great and good in Holyrood can be broadcast live, then shining the light on local democracy can only be a positive step.
If Gigha farmers Don Dennis and Emma Rennie can overturn government objections to whole milk, including the cream, they will give pupils a taste of luxury.
A bag of oranges is usually weighed and for that to happen a set of standardised scales are used. Weights and measures are an important part of retail life to ensure that customers are not ripped off.
Scotland led the way with the five pence charge on plastic shopping bags.
Charles Maclean, from just up the road in Lochgilphead, may be an adopted son but he carries the torch for Argyll military piping and currently has three Campbeltown protégés.
Combined with the push for healthy lifestyles many have rediscovered the joy and sense of freedom to be found on two wheels.