That's all we've got time for today - thanks for being with us. We're back again with our Local Live service from 07:00 on Tuesday.
In the meantime, here are five things we've learnt in North Yorkshire today:
- The Rio Paralympics ended with an exuberant closing ceremony and already a young North Yorkshire boy is being tipped for glory at the next games in 2020
- Ryan Sidebottom says he's "delighted" to have signed a new one-year contract with Yorkshire, which will see him spend his 20th season with the club
- A high-speed hearse, a shopping trolley and a jet-propelled shed were among the wacky vehicles powering down Elvington Airfield's runway at the weekend, attempting to set new British, European and world speed records
- The next time you're walking down Fossgate in York look up and you should notice the re-appearance of a great old feature of the street, the drum clock outside No. 7
- And, at the Nidderdale Show, you can put your ears to the test, with a cacophonous cackle of crowing cockerels
I'll leave you today with a a dip into our BBC Weather Watchers folder and a treat of blue and green:
The sheep enjoying a beautiful morning in Hawes were sent in by Buttersett Brian and Limpet took the pic of rocks beneath the blue sky of in Summerbridge.
The glistening river Nidd at Wath comes courtesy of Bobbie and the gentle, blue ocean pic was taken by Gynantonix.
Our thanks to all.