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Vets on tick alert

TWO veterinary practices in Annan and Lockerbie have joined a nationwide initiative to combat the growing danger from ticks.

New pole plea

A CAMPAIGN to get a new flagpole erected on Lockerbie Town Hall continues . . . three years after it began.

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Funding applications decided

FUNDING applications for groups in Lockerbie and Lochmaben were determined last week.

Power off as poles upgraded

POWER cuts swept through parts of Lockerbie earlier this week as works to upgrade overhead lines and poles got underway.

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Funding bids hopes

THREE applications for funding from the Lockerbie and Lochmaben Common Good Funds Sub Committee will be discussed this week.

18 things you’ll relate to if you grew up in a small Scottish town

EVERYBODY knows your name and they’re always glad you came, you wanna be where everybody knows your name – if you’re from a small town then you’re bound to relate to some of these 18 small town facts, written by reporter Amanda Kennedy.

Missing cattle herd traced after appeal

A HERD of cattle, reported missing in the Mid Annandale countryside, has been traced following a police appeal.

Police probe sighting of man with shotgun

A HUNT is on for a man seen in possession of a shotgun on the Lockerbie to Corrie road.

Pals to front town version of TV show

A VIDEO starring Lockerbie’s answer to Ant and Dec is helping to promote a new group of event organisers who have the town’s best interests at heart.

Nancy’s walk raises MND funds in husband’s memory

A WIDOW from Lockerbie is set to complete a charity walk in memory of her husband who suffered from Motor Neurone Disease.

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Parking woes grow on residential roads

AN OUTCRY for better parking throughout Lockerbie has been sparked yet again.

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Explosion fears behind town centre disruption

FEARS of a possible explosion saw traffic held up in Lockerbie for weeks while emergency works were carried out near the town centre, it has been revealed.

Jason’s two year role as missionary in New Zealand

A LOCHMABEN man has returned home after a two year mission in New Zealand.

Care home lightning strike joy

Lightning struck Dryfemount Residential Care Home last Tuesday, putting their lift out of action just days before Alice Elizabeth Kean Fairbairn’s 100th birthday.

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