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Articles from Stirling Observer (Stirling, Scotland) (September 19, 2018)

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'I'll tak'ye on the road again, when yellow's on the broom'. 148
'Taps aff'despite huge downpours. 200
'Vandal' Burns given a warning. 168
A clear winner; CLUB NEWS Device to purify water demonstrated. 434
Arts festival kicks off; IN BRIEF Staff reporter. 155
Brown MSP celebrates veterans' anniversary. 159
Brutal cuts made on Carruth's watch. 235
BURN FALL SICKNESS MYSTERY; CLOSE SHAVE Darcey, 5, in hospital dash Darcey becomes ill after burn fall. 515
City centre streets will be no go for bad behaviour. 336
County humbled by rampant Ayr outfit; Failure to capitalise on a bright start. 530
Cowie plant hosts cross-party group. 209
Crieff Food Co champions local produce; Advertising Feature. 307
Crime's well for never paid so city of Stirling; BLOODY SCOTLAND Festival to thrill fans of Tartan Noir once again. 704
Curlers get the coffee on. 110
Dad-of-seven is killed by typhoid. 572
Dead funny again, Ryan. 231
Deaths. 671
Digital company gets new name. 160
District News. 4853
Doc hunts Nazi UFOs. 220
EA finally land their slam dunk; GAMES. 180
Election change to split city; BOUNDARIES Parties slam proposals. 514
EU group plan rally; BREXIT Supportfor voteondeal. 356
Events galore in Dunblane. 341
Extra childcare hours scheme is rolled out; EXPANSION Service being offered to families. 430
Farm on wildlife shortlist. 198
Festival opens to celebrate our volunteers. 339
Fiddle virtuoso at Tolbooth; IN BRIEF Travelling folk star. 162
Fierce fun, but nothing fresh. 476
first day at School. 267
Four years for teen who raped 12-year-old; HIGH COURT Walker plied his victim with booze in drinking game. 495
Friendly stand-in. 178
Gaelic arts fun at Macrobert; IN BRIEF Staff reporter. 146
Gannet feeding well. 164
Go red to honour heroes of WW1. 183
Help to build up picture of Lego fans. 209
Helping you to a better life; INITIATIVE Council's sport and fitness vision. 479
Invite to Zumba class for seniors. 159
It's Galloway gothic for Charles. 214
Jamie win ensures GB seeded in Davis Cup. 335
Just call him Bat-Hamm. 101
Kempsell's now part of the club; Bronze medalist joins BOFA outfit. 528
Kids aren't safe in this neglected play area. 429
King Steet is jewel in Stirling's crown; HISTORY New exhibition opened celebrating PS1m revamp. 633
Knights defeat Eagles; Basketball. 494
Landmark week for charity chopper. 113
Life-saving training for Clacks students. 228
Locals paved the way. 119
Marine issues on forum's agenda. 138
Musicians to the rescue; Winnock Hotel, Drymen and other venues. 365
Opening doors in THEWEE County. 168
Planning applications. 147
PLAY TO OUR STRENGTHS; Mackay lands versatile midfielder in deal with Accies. 591
Powered up to learn. 286
PS115k per year council chief claimed for PS1.60 bus trips; Payments revealed 11 days after Carruth leaves his post. 610
PS15 for soldier from 'heroes fund' Medal and cash gift. 237
PUBLIC NOTICES. Public notice 2197
Puzzles. 391
Repair work to wall going well. 225
Riverside fighters. 117
Ross nods Albion to first home win since February; Stirling Albion Back-to-back wins as momentum starts to build. 742
School News. 581
Second vote is the only way forward. 176
Sex assault trial date. 163
Sooner we get off gravy train the better. 372
Staff say farewell to pioneering surgeon; RETIRAL Friends and colleagues celebrate Aijaz's 30-year career. 437
Stirling event for Fintech Fortnight. 150
Supervision for street attack; SHERIFF COURT Court hears of"extreme provocation". 618
Tasering was caught on camera. 149
Technical issues halt city landtrain; Teething problems see service pulled after few days. 455
The town's the star for Neil's latest thrill ride. 354
Third time lucky; REVIEW Donovan wows his Stirling fans at long last after two previous cancellations. 392
Town's PS400k ignored; Fund stagnating. 256
Tragedy revisited in multi-lingual drama. 200
Villagers hoping for traffic calming; PANEL Quarry approaches end of its working life. 669
Voice of The People. 2013
Volunteers who restored garden in line for award. 216
Walking of The Marches returns, with toast to stone; Traditional procession. 516
We're in it for the long term and not just a temporary fix. 505
Westminster must stop bank closures. 593
What's going on at the Google Digital Garage. 411
Why we need the Observer. 204
WIN [...]; A family pass to Blair Drummond Safari Park. 312
Yobs told behave or be `dispersed' New powers to tackle antisocial behaviour. 715

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