MUST READS: Top 10 stories you missed this week
STUNNING formal arrivals, business closures and bravery when saving animals from fires is only a snapshot of the action in the South Burnett this week.
Here’s our pick of the top 10 stories this week:
1. South Burnett formals
This week marked the end of the schooling for the South Burnett class of 2019.
A single mother left her two-year-old dog in the dirt under her Goomeri home while she went to visit her friend in Bundaberg for six days.
Kingaroy angler Matthew Langford said it was bitter sweet to return home after he came so close to achieving a podium finish at a championship in the USA.
A man from Nanango spent his day off saving horses and cattle from an out-of-control fire on the outskirts of Kingaroy.
Did Trevor Spencer and Stephen Crump conspire to kill Mundubbera father Gary Ryan?
That is the question a jury will now try to answer.
Crittenden’s Craft and Fabric store first opened way back on November 1, 1980.
Owner Marjorie Crittenden recalled just how different things were back then.
Kingaroy’s Busy Bee Cafe is one-of-a kind, but this was not always the case.
Author Toni Risson said there would have been around five Greek cafes in Kingaroy alone in the mid-1900s.
“There’s very few left now, so yours is kind of special,” she said.
A SOUTH Burnett man woke up on the couch at his friend’s house with blood on his nose, a black eye and blood on his hands that wasn’t his.
He had no recollection of how he got there or what had happened the night before.
Cooper’s Gap wind farm has caused much talk among South Burnett residents.
And it is no surprise, considering once it is complete, it will become the largest wind farm in the country.
Finals time is a sometimes harsh reminder that in sport, there must be a winner and a loser.
For one team, it means all the spoils that come along with finishing on top after a long, hard season.