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Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

Trib­utes poured in for Re­former pho­tog­ra­pher, Brian Logue, who died just after Christ­mas. We would later launch a pho­tog­ra­phy com­pe­ti­tion for lo­cal school­child­ren in his hon­our.

There was a jobs boost when the 2 Sis­ters Food Group said they would cre­ate 180 po­si­tions at their fac­tory in West­burn.

Friends of To­ry­glen taxi driver Martin Quinn dug deep to raise £3000 so he could be at the bed­side of daugh­ter, Eleni, as she un­der­went heart surgery.

Fig­ures showed Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang were among the hard­est places in South La­nark­shire to legally park, with three of the top 10 streets for tick­ets in the re­gion be­ing in the area.

Par­ents of Cathkin pupils were sent text mes­sages urg­ing kids to stay near the school dur­ing breaks after a spate of in­ci­dents.

Top: Trib­utes were paid to Re­former pho­tog­ra­pher, Brian Logue, who had passed away just be­fore Christ­mas

Above: Right: Jessica Penny Be­low: Cam­bus­lang Po­lice Sta­tion was closed to the pub­lic in Fe­bru­ary

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