IT’S been another busy week in Clydesdale - and the Gazette has been there every step of the way.
Police in Clydesdale are urging teenagers and other young people to be aware over the dangers of so called ‘legal highs’ after two Carluke teenagers were rushed to hospital.
In Lanark, residents are urged to be on their guard as police investigate a series of house breakings in the town.
There’s joy for staff at Biggar’s Kello Hospital as new equipment is given by one local group while a controversial piece of land in Crossford will go under the hammer this week.
We also speak to Clydesdale cyclist Hugh Forgie who, along with his wife Margaret, will be cycling 2,000 miles for charity.
There are also picture specials from last weekend’s Forth Gala Day and Lesmahagow Highland Games plus your usual Lanark Sheriff Court round-up plus all the news from your part of Clydesdale
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.