by Louise Doyle ST JOHNSTON Parish Priest Monsignor Dan Carr celebrated his final mass yesterday after 35 years in the parish. Mgr Carr’s family and friends joined with the parish community yesterday in prayer and celebration of his time as parish priest. Advertisement Following mass, refreshments were served in St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource […]
THE pupils of Scoil an Linbh Íosa in Carrigans are enjoying a new multi-purpose outdoor play area which has recently been installed in the school grounds. The fabulous new outdoor play area was funded by the school’s very active Parents’ Association and provides a welcome new facility for the pupils to play in during the […]
A CARRIGANS woman who lost her mother to cancer is climbing a mountain to raise money for a special cause ahead of her first anniversary. Martina McClintock nee Devenney from Carrigans is raising money for the Friends of Letterkenny University Hospital Oncology bus in memory of her late mother, Kathleen. Kathleen died on September 11 […]
“Boot camp was crazy and tough, but it all worked out.”
GARDAI are investigating the theft of two valuable motorbikes from a house near Carrigans on Monday night.
AN EAST Donegal farm has been sold in what is believed to have been the most expensive land deal in the county’s history.