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THE accident which claimed the life of Lanark Grammar School pupil Natasha Paton has been blamed squarely on the driver Raymond Munro.
CARLUKE’S inaugural Jam Festival on October 4 and October 5 this year looks like being a very juicy prospect!
NO public building in Clydesdale - ranging from schools to kirks - seems to be safe from a sudden spate of lead thefts.
Lanark licensed grocer Gibby’s has been banned from selling drink for a week, after selling vodka to a 16-year-old boy.
The boy was sent in by the police, in an undercover test puchase.
And it was the second time the shop, G&F Ireland in Smyllum Road, Lanark, has been hauled before the Clydesdale Licensing Board for the same offence.
A CONTROVERSIAL opencast coal mine, on the outskirts of Carluke, has been given the go ahead by South Lanarkshire Council planners.
A CARLUKE driver popped into a supermarket carwash – and he claims it cost him over £3,000 thanks to damaged paintwork to his car.
FORTH Wanderers this week parted company with manager Jamie McKenzie – with work commitments blamed for the axing.
MOTHERWELL ace Stevie Hammell has revealed how he almost landed a remarkable hole-in-one on his Testimonial Golf Day at Carluke Golf Club.
JET SKIING superstar Jason Young is brimming with confidence ahead of the start of the sport’s European Championships.
MOTORCYCLE speed king Paul ‘The Power’ Bowerbank, from Carluke, had an eventful race meeting at the Knockhill Race Circuit over the weekend.
LANARK Amateur Swimming Club member Euan McComish won a 200m butterfly silver medal at the Scottish Gas National Age Group Championships in Edinburgh.
Three Lanark cadets have been selected to represent Scotland in a national hockey competition.
MEMBERS of Lanark’s Corra Linn Art Group have been putting the finishing touches to this year’s exhibition.
If you’ve watched one episode of Grand Designs too many and have been bitten by the self-build bug, be prepared for a bumpy ride.
An airy, elegant home with decorative tiles and nature-inspired murals, where the outdoors blends seamlessly with the indoors, would be an enviable property by today’s standards.
One of the best ways to make your home more suited to your needs, especially if you have a growing family or want to work from home, is to add a bedroom.
There’s an almost tangible feeling of calm and comfort as you enter Alex Legendre’s house with its muted palette of earthy colours, lath and plaster walls, wide reclaimed floorboards and collection of quirky treasures.
The Wilsontown Ironworks may have closed long ago - but there is still much to celebrate about the famous old works.
SIXTY pupils from Lanark Grammar and St Aidan’s High School were urged to banish bigotry during a friendly game.
Sinead McQuade was third overall in the Miss Caledonia beauty pageant on Sunday.
FOUR young people from Carluke are about to set off for a trip with a difference - working with poor families in Malawi.
A large field of nine teams, five with girls and four with boys, turned out on Sunday night in a bid to pull their way into the next rounds of the national Young Farmers Tug of War competition.
CARLUKE’S Dave Taylor owes his triumph in a national newspaper photography competition to an elderly man and his pet Jack Russell, who stood in the rain and freezing cold at a junior football match!
THE FOLK of Clydesdale should thank their lucky stars that the area didn’t play a major part in the first major crime crackdown operation mounted by the new Police Scotland’s Lanarkshire force.
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