20 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

It was claimed that po­lit­i­cal snip­ing could sig­nal the death knell for Lan­de­mer Day, af­ter al­most ev­ery mem­ber of the event’s or­gan­is­ing com­mit­tee re­signed fol­low­ing a a row with the Lord Provost.

A Burn­side newsagent owner was fed up of a pesky pi­geon prob­lem - as the birds kept foul­ing his shop front.

Res­i­dents living on a killer road in Ruther­glen were beg­ging driv­ers to cut down on speed­ing, af­ter a cou­ple of tragic in­ci­dents.

Teen drinkers were wreck­ing havoc in Cam­buslsang back­courts by booz­ing all night long.

Staff at Croft­foot Pri­mary claimed that closed cir­cuit TV could be the an­swer to their prob­lems, af­ter yet more van­dal­ism.

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