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Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

The Re­former re­vealed that Richard Smith, who down­loaded nearly 15,000 in­de­cent im­ages of chil­dren, had been re­spon­si­ble for back­ground checks on adult vol­un­teers at Cam­bus­lang Bap­tist Church.

As Still Game pre­pared to re­turn to our screens, star Jane McCarry (Isa) met three dop­pel­gängers of the cast at Burn­side Pri­mary,

Lis­bon Lion Bobby Mur­doch was hon­oured by his home town of Ruther­glen with a plaque in the town hall.

Com­mu­ni­ties in Cam­bus­lang were told to be on their guard af­ter a spate of thefts and at­tempted breakins

Res­i­dents in Spring­hall claimed they had be­come Ruther­glen’s “for­got­ten com­mu­nity”. Spring­hall Com­mu­nity Re­source Group made a plea af­ter it was re­vealed Whit­law­burn would ben­e­fit from a £ 44mil­lion in­vest­ment.

Top Par­ents in Burn­hill were left stunned when a pri­mary-age pupil was caught with a knife Above Ge­off Bry­den and Harry Bayne spent part of World War II in the same PoW camp Left John Black begged coun­cil of­fi­cers not to for­get about Spring­hall Be­low Peter O’Brien thanked the peo­ple of Cam­bus­lang for sav­ing his Christ­mas

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