In this week’s Express we report on the sentencing of a teenager who stabbed a 16-year-old girl 26 times after sexually assaulting her.
Also in news:
- Residents are being urged to back a last-ditch campaign to stop council chiefs from selling Knottingley’s Throstle Farm J&I School – so it can be used by the community.
- Find our why football legend Sir Geoff Hurst visited Featherstone.
- And read our two-page special report on the local elections - with the full story and reaction.
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- Castleford Tigers coach Terry Matterson says his side will need to be at their best in Friday night’s testing Super League game at Warrington Wolves.
- Featherstone Rovers are set to have new signing Kirk Netherton in their line-up for Sunday’s home game against Halifax.