10 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

Work­ers at the stricken Hoover fac­tory in Cam­bus­lang were not go­ing to cam­paign to keep the stricken fac­tory open, but would in­stead fo­cus on get­ting the best pos­si­ble deal from the com­pany.

Burn­side res­i­dents were fu­ri­ous af­ter a bun­gle by Net­work Rail con­trac­tors meant they were un­aware of en­gi­neer­ing works tak­ing place at their train sta­tion.

Po­lice launched a man­hunt for the killer of a Croft­foot man who’d been dis­cov­ered dead in a ware­house.

A West­burn res­i­dent hit out at quad bike driv­ers who were mak­ing lo­cal peo­ple’s lives a mis­ery by cre­at­ing too much noise.

CAR­ROT, the talk­ing news­pa­per for blind peo­ple in Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang, cel­e­brated its 1000th edi­tion.

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