10 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

There was a proud dou­ble for Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang at the first South La­nark­shire Coun­cil meet­ing of the new ses­sion, as Ruther­glen Central and North coun­cil­lor Ed­die McAvoy was elected leader and Cam­bus­lang West coun­cil­lor Rus­sell Clearie was elected provost.

Burn­side Lawn Ten­nis Club were stag­ing a desperate bid to ward off the se­ri­ous threat of clo­sure.

A big-hearted lo­cal woman had raised an im­pres­sive amount of money for the Chil­dren’s Hospice As­so­ci­a­tion Scot­land (CHAS) char­ity.

Cam­bus­lang res­i­dents hit out at plans to build new flats at the Cam­bus Court Ho­tel.

Van­dals com­pletely wrecked a Castlemilk day care cen­tre, rais­ing fears that it might never re-open again.

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