Here is the recap of the news. The Southern Alps' news highlights

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Here is the recap of the news. The Southern Alps' news highlights

Monday, June 6

On Monday, the Outdoormix was over. A special feature of this edition was yoga. What is this Zen discipline doing at a festival that never stops?

Also see:

> Outdoormix: sports show

> Digne-les Bains: Political unanimity for the preservation of Train des Pignes

> Veynes, Guyana 2022 goal, "Something Extraordinary"

Tuesday, June 7

On June 7, Sandrine Devillard, who is still challenging the validity of Marcel Amphoux's will dated 2012 and which mentions "nothing for her wife", held a civil hearing. The case has been dismissed and will be remanded to court on September 6.

Also see:

> Manosque emergency closings: 200 demonstrators shout out their anger

> French barbecue championship: It's a little like Clairefontaine

> Hautes-Alpes: Parents warn students about the techno test for patent

Wednesday, June 8

The Alpes-de-Haute-Provence firefighters team had an appointment in Dieppe on Wednesday June 8, to participate in the French corporate rugby championship. Mathieu Guieysse (president of the association of rugby firefighters) said that "this sport is in perfect harmony to the values carried out by our professional activity".

Also see:

> Gap Foot 05 - A charity match against ex-Cameroon players

> Laragne/Monteglin: End clap for 23rd edition Laragnais rally

> Denis Lebioda gives a tribute to local producers

Thursday, June 9

Gilles Norotte, a surgeon who used disc cementoplasty to repair his spine, was charged with "biomedical research not authorization" and "without consent". He was released by the Gap criminal court on Thursday June 9.

Also see:

> Pride de Gap : Caroline Saugeot ne sera pas la marraine

> What we know about an accident that claimed the life a 47-year old motorist

> 24 hours non-stop trail running: The crazy challenge of two Haute-Alpins

Friday June 10

Gap was the center of attention for cycling on Friday, June 10. It wasn't the Tour de France, but the Criterium du Dauphine. Although there were fewer people than at the Grande Boucle, they had many enthusiastic supporters. The event will be hosted by the departmental road safety squadron, which has been mobilized for many months.

Also see:

> Gap: "When WHO was founded, there wasn't a sports department."

> It was somewhat like the return to refuges in the Valgaudemar

> Provencal lavender is in danger: "We'll get there if everybody plays the collective."

Saturday June 11

The Manosque auctionhouse is back in the spotlight on Saturday with the sale of a Pablo Picasso drawing called Head of a Woman. This is the work of Pablo Picasso, a double-sided drawing done in felt-tip pen and cardboard. It was signed and dated June 2, 1970. It is valued between 60,000 to 80,000 euros. It was finally sold for 158,000 Euros.

Also see:

> "The feeling that you are explorers!" Romain Attanasio, Damien Seguin will the Arctic Circle

> Game damage: When experts and farmers clash

> At the Digne-les-Bains Court: "My brother died on a full Moon evening"