Novem­ber

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

It was re­vealed po­lice sta­tions in Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang could be closed for good with Po­lice Scot­land car­ry­ing out a re­view of its es­tate.

Two men who spent part of World War II as PoWs were in­tro­duced to each other hav­ing stayed just miles apart in Cam­bus­lang for decades. Ge­off Bry­den, 95, and Harry Bayne, 98, were brought to­gether by LEAP just days be­fore Re­mem­brance Sun­day.

Ruther­glen woman Fiona Scan­lan ad­mit­ted ly­ing to cops about be­ing the vic­tim of an at­tempted rape. She was later jailed for 13 months.

The St Charles’ Pri­mary com­mu­nity was plunged into mourn­ing af­ter the tragic death of six- year- old Tayaba Channa from menin­gi­tis.

Two men were ar­rested af­ter a rob­bery at Ruther­glen Post Of­fice.

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