The event last Saturday was organised by Kyle Action Group - Chrismas Lights Committee.
A woman was reported to police in relation to a disturbance in Ardgay, which it is understood followed the extraordinary meeting.
It is understood there is widespread concern about the takeover bid with members unhappy about a loss of control of the club.
The guest of honour was well-known local resident Charlie Mackay who pressed the button to switch on the lights.
Caithness and Sutherland Women's Aid has welcomed back its "book fairies" for a third year to help raise awareness of domestic violence.
It's the most unusual of the magnificent trees included on a best seven list for the United Kingdom.
The two public consultation sessions will be held in the Ben Loyal Hotel, Tongue, on December 5 and January 18.
SSEN announced today that reports have now been produced following the first round of consultation on its proposals.
Ward councillor Michael Baird claims Ardgay and District Community Council did not follow the Ward Management Code of Conduct.
Light up Lairg have been given a £5,000 festive boost after Laura Martin scored a big win.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow and ice from 5pm today (November 29) until Friday at 11am.
The grants were approved by members of the council's economy and infrastructure committee.
The Commission is due to visit Lochinver and Ullapool tomorrow, Thursday, November 30, and Tongue on Friday, December 1.
Revetments are sloping structures built on embankments to absorb and dissipate wave energy