23 May 2013: 4:35am
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Grieving relatives of the late Megan Black have been left shocked and upset following the disappearance of floral tributes laid in her memory in Comrie.Read
Crieff was the destination for Coronation Street star Georgia May Foote’s first ever visit to Scotland.Read
The 1800 volunteers required for the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles have been announced following the largest number of applications received for the role in the prestigious event’s history.Read
Seven Braco mums are celebrating after raising more than £2000 for charity by walking a marathon 26 miles from Glasgow to Loch Lomond.Read
Crieff’s new look is starting to become apparent thanks to the hard work of skilled tradesmen Stevie Lambert and Glenn Forsythe.Read
Residents of a Crieff housing development have called for action after a caravan was torched on an unoccupied patch of land near their homes.Read
Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley will officially cut the ribbon at the Strath’s newest superstore, Shoppers Paradise, when it launches in Crieff on Saturday.Read
Feathers were flying last week as the Herald reported the first sightings of swallows, one of the Strath’s smallest summer visitors.Read
Crieff’s brass band is a year old.Read
A Comrie community councillor has been left angry and frustrated after workers failed to repaint faded yellow lines which run through the village.Read
The countdown to adventurer Mark Beaumont arriving in Strathearn as part of a cross-Scotland charity challenge is gathering pace.Read
Controversial plans to erect nine wind turbines just outside Crieff have been recommended for refusal.Read
The Laggan Park Committee in Comrie is looking for more organisations to make use of the village’s playing fields.Read
Comrie Cubs is in danger of folding if new leaders can’t be found.Read
The Crieff branch of the Royal British Legion Scotland will be the venue for a bingo tea on Friday this week.Read
Strath swimmers have been making a splash by taking part in Swimathon.Read
The children had a taste of what life is like being a lifeguard and participated in rescue scenarios.Read
Strath artists have been invited to apply for the prestigious JD Fergusson Arts Award.Read
One of the biggest employers in Perth and Kinross is putting training at the heart of its plans for the future.Read
Comrie will welcome the Tannahill Weavers on Friday, May 31.Read
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