21 April 2013: 8:52am
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LANG Toon teens will be given the chance to dance the night away thanks to Perth and Kinross Council’s youth services.Read
THE people of Braco and Greenloaning will be treated to a feast of Scottish Real Ales as well as live music from local artists on Saturday, August 22, in Braco and Greenloaning Community Hall.Read
VANDALS targeting an Auchterarder school have caused damage running into thousands of pounds.Read
THE FIGHT between developers and locals in Braco is over after nearly three years.Read
10am Solo piping - march - confined.Read
CRIEFF Highland Games celebrates its 125th birthday this year and organisers are putting on quite a show.Read
WALLACE Booth triumphed in Dollar Golf Club’s Eagle and Birdie Challenge with an astonishing 22-under-par total over three rounds.Read
A STRATHEARN store is seeing the benefits of the new Post Office Outreach service which went into operation last October.Read
SCOTTISH Water is calling on Strathearn mums and dads to make a water bottle an essential part of their children’s back to school kit.Read
AROUND 100 vintage and classic motorbikes roared into the Braidhaugh at the weekend for the annual Vintage Motorcycle Club Rally organised by the Stirling Castle Section.Read
STRATHEARN was in full bloom this week as judges from local and national horticultural competitions arrived.Read
COMRIE’S 40th Fortnight finished in style on Saturday with the traditional float parade through the village led by Comrie Pipe Band.Read
A CHARITY event at the Stenhouse Gallery and Café in Crieff raised £937 for a school in Kenya last week.Read
HUNDREDS of the travelling fraternity attended the funeral of John Johnstone and Brigit Townsley who died following a fire in their home in Crieff on Monday, July 27. The funeral was held at Pennyfuir Cemetery, Oban, last Thursday, August 6.Read
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