Lanark people discover yet another setback in plans to repair the Murray Chapel, but there is a more positive result for the toilets at Lanark Loch.
In Carluke, plans are lodged for a care village of a home and retirement flats based around Braidwood House which would create 150 jobs if it goes ahead.
And in Biggar, two High School students report on their visit to Auschwitz.
There is full picture coverage of the new Memorial Garden set up in Carluke to remember the war dead and those who returned.
And there is a look at the annual Foal Show, “starring” young Clydesdale horses,
And on the entertainment front, there is news of a concert by Drew Nelson from Michigan.
There is also the chance to win a maths-themed game, and the offer of a free DVD by Nigella Lawson – all this on top of your local news and views.
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