ALZHEIMER Scotland works throughout the year to raise awareness of dementia; however, Dementia Awareness Week is an opportunity for local services across Scotland to really concentrate their efforts to reach people locally and provide information on all the groups and services that are delivered.
DOLLAR Parish Church parishioners were Singin' In The Rain recently.
THE age old craft of the coppersmith is enjoying a golden period in Scotland thanks to the global growth in demand for Scotch whisky.
EIGHTEEN young volunteers graduated from The Boys' Brigade's (BB) flagship King George VI Youth Leadership Training (KGVI) course in a Menstrie ceremony.
CLACKMANNANSHIRE Council approved an £8.32 million contract for the design and build and the new Redwell Primary School at Alloa West last week.
PUPS-IN-TRAINING dropped in on Alloa Specsavers at the weekend.
GIVE Me Cycle Space, a high profile campaign to raise awareness about cyclists on the road has launched in Clackmannanshire, as part of a national campaign.
THE Lord-Lieutenant of Clackmannanshire, the Rt Hon Sir George Reid, this week unveiled a memorial stone and blue plaque marking the birthplace of Robert Dick in Main Street, Tullibody, in 1811.
The mid-week volunteer group, organised by Clackmannanshire Council's Countryside Ranger Service will be heading out to Alva Glen on Wednesday 29 May to work on the footpath.
A MENSTRIE life-saver made it to the finals of Central FM's Local Hero Awards. Sadly Elspeth Maver didn't win in the Make A Difference category, but was honoured to have been nominated.
GREEN-FINGERED members of Man Up have gone wild with their new community garden.
KINCARDINE passengers travelling to Glasgow have made complaints to Stagecoach after being charged the same fare as Dunfermline customers, despite living more than 10 miles closer.
MSP Keith Brown has welcomed Clackmannanshire Council's decision to go ahead with a compulsory purchase order (CPO) for the former Alva Glen Hotel.
A MOTORCYLIST was taken to hospital after a road accident last week.
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DEPARTING striker Calum Elliot wished Alloa well in the First Division next season, so long as they don't outdo his new club Livingston.
Seven years ago to the day last Saturday, Alloa midfield ace Stephen Simmons had just signed for Dunfermline Athletic - Seven years later he returned to East End Park to haunt his old club as he helped relegate them to the Second Division.
ALLOA Athletic skipper Darren Young was over the moon as he led his side to a second successive promotion.
Jubilant Wasps boss Paul Hartley says achieving back to back promotions has been a dream come true.
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