In this week’s Express

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In this week’s Express we report how shocked residents were forced to flee their homes after a suspected hand grenade sparked a bomb alert in Airedale.

Also in news:

- Read about the mystery of Castleford’s high street horse.

- Outraged community chiefs fear for historic monuments at Pontefract Hospital.

- And find out the latest about Castleford Tigers’ plans to sell its current ground for a supermarket development.

In promotions and competitions:

- Get a free bottle of liquorice stout.

- When two dine, get £5 off at Frankie and Benny’s.

- Free sticker pack and album.

- Save £500 on your wedding in autumn 2011.

- Win cash with our new bingo game.

- Win a chance to meet The Cribs

In sport:

- Castleford Tigers coach Terry Matterson has warned his players they must give an 80-minute display if they are to end their losing run in Super League this weekend.

- Featherstone Rovers boss Daryl Powell says it is important his side bounce straight back from their 70-0 Challenge Cup defeat at St Helens.