FIVE YEARS AGO
Police have reported concern at the number of assaults occurring in Leeton after 150 were recorded in the town last year. More than half of the assaults that were reported in 2013 happened at a private residence.
CENTENARY MERRIMENT FOR CLARE
Clarice "Clare" Lamont played golf until she was 92 years old, travelled the world and can now add a new feat to her bucket list after celebrating her 100th birthday on Tuesday.
ONLY A WIN CAN SAVE HURRICANES
The 2014 season goes on the line this week for the Bidgee Hurricanes. Having gone close on a couple of occasions and pushed the top teams in the competition, the 'Canes are still winless and must get the points against Hay on Sunday or kiss any remote chance of finals good bye.
TEN YEARS AGO
LAST-GASP HOPE TO SAVE POOL
The Yanco swimming pool could have one more chance for survival after councillor Jack Egan put forward a recision motion that may reverse council's decision to close it. Councillors will vote on the motion next month.
SCHOOL SHOWS OFF TALENT
Parkview Public School held its gala concert and art exhibition on Monday evening with about 700 people attending.
UNITED LOCKS PLACE
Leeton United cemented its position in the top four with a hard-fought 3-nil win over a determined Hay outfit in round six of the open women's competition.
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO
JUMP START FOR STRANDED HERCULES
Two massive C-130J Hercules dominated the tarmac at Narrandera-Leeton Airport on Friday morning when one of the aircraft was unable to start its engines after landing Thursday evening. One of the RAAF planes had been in the are for parachute training when it became stranded.
'ABUSE WON'T BE TOLERATED': REF
Chaos and confusion marred the end of Sunday's Group 20 clash between Yenda and Narrandera when verbal assault from players forced the referee to cancel the game after just 22 minutes.
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