Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

The fam­ily of Camp­bell McLuckie, 82, paid trib­ute to him af­ter he was struck by a car while on his mo­bil­ity scooter.

The Royal Bank of Scot­land in Burn­side was tar­geted in a rob­bery. Gary Ti­money, 41, was even­tu­ally ap­pre­hended and pled guilty to the crime.

Ruther­glen comic Scott Agnew bravely re­vealed he was suf­fer­ing from HIV.

It was re­ported that po­lice of­fi­cers called to a ‘haunted house’ on Stonelaw Road wit­nessed bizarre and un­ex­plained hap­pen­ings. The story cap­tured peo­ple’s imag­i­na­tions all over the world.

A me­mo­rial ser­vice was held in mem­ory of Cam­bus­lang man John Flynn. John has been miss­ing since Jan­uary af­ter fall­ing into the Clyde.

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