In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...
Cullinan to bid for IFA Presidency – Toomevara man ready to “to go war” for Irish farmers;
Nenagh Guardian nominates August 16th as 'Tipperary Day' as county goes hurling bonkers ahead of the All Ireland Final;
Pilgrims flock to holy well at Youghalarra;
Action needed on overgrown Nenagh River Walk;
New Chief Superintendent for Tipperary Garda Division;
Defence minister comments on Nenagh's old military barracks site, which could be put up for sale by public auction;
Local war hero's Victoria Cross medal set for Lorrha display;
More funding sought for 'cruel' roads of Lower Ormond;
Social housing crisis highlighted as Nenagh family avoids eviction at 11th hour;
Shane Lowry's Templederry cousin expresses delight over golfer's triumph;
Massive bridge built in Nenagh for Center Parcs resort;
Concerns remain over Roscrea Market Square enhancement plan;
Hundreds in mortgage arrears in Tipperary;
€100,000 scheme to begin on N62 between Roscrea and Templemore this week;
All set for the family-friendly Kilcommon Festival;
Lakeshore Community Market in Ballinderry this Saturday;
Phil Coulter wows fans in Nenagh church concert;
Pilgrims to walk from Nenagh to Knock Shrine...
There's also a spotlight on this weekend's North Tipperary Agriculture Show, a Back to School feature, as well as lots of Debs photos and plenty more of interest in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning as usual.