19 May 2013: 5:52am
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Persistent wet weather has caused the cancellation of Drymen Show, scheduled for next Saturday.Read
An ophthalmic nurse who dedicated herself to bringing sight to the poor has been hailed as one of Scotland’s greatest heroes.Read
MSP Bruce Crawford has been in touch with Stirling Council over concerns he says have been raised with him about moves to reduce the number of classes at Gargunnock Primary School.Read
A charity based in Callander offering support and advice to young people affected by divorce or separation has been giving lottery funding to help expand its operation.Read
The delights of rural Stirling are being talked up by one of Scotland’s most famous and respected outdoorsmen as part of a new initiative aimed at getting more people to visit the area.Read
A Buchlyvie woman has appealed for greater understanding of a “flawed” national hero – her great grandfather, the missionary and explorer David Livingstone.Read
Aberfoyle man Craig Cameron has been donning his beer goggles – but all in a good cause.Read
A six-year-old Kippen girl will later this year take part in a ceremony in Edinburgh that dates back more than 400 years.Read
Students from Balfron High School have been working with Active Stirling to create, market and launch their very own afterschool sport and physical activities programme for fellow pupils.Read
A Plean man who claimed to have been holding thousands of pounds worth of cocaine for someone else has been jailed for being involved in the supply of the class A drug.Read
The first council houses to be built in Clackmannanshire for more than 30 years have been completed and handed over by developers Hadden Construction.Read
A little bit of rain did nothing to dampen spirits at the latest Scribbler’s Picnic fundraiser held at Stirling Rugby Club last weekend.Read
A service was held in East Ayrshire last Saturday to celebrate the life of Stirling University student David O’Halloran. Read
Stirling Council are at odds with the national lobby group who campaign for lower taxesRead
The Allan Water Café in Bridge of Allan is in the running to being crowned the nation’s favourite ice-cream shop.Read
Stirling Civic Trust have launched their Architectural Award Scheme.Read
Stirling’s Upper Craigs should be opened up to through traffic, according to traders there.Read
Stirling Students’ Union is to honour former Stirling University student Pte Robert Hetherington, one of three soldiers killed last month in a Taliban attack.Read
Police confirmed this week that they also fired an `impact round’ at the 15-year-old tasered by police in Bannockburn earlier this month.Read
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital early yesterday (Tuesday) after an incident on the main A907 Stirling to Alloa road.Read
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