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Last few tickets left for vintage 1940s Christmas music event in Sleaford

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Firefighters join Santa on tour of the district

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Prime Minister Theresa May. Picture by Andrew Parsons / i-Images EMN-160612-131113001

Prime Minister talks on eve of Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election

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VIDEO: Monster Raving Loony Party leader Howling Laud Hope talks to The Standard on the eve of Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election

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Red Arrow pilot to switch on lights at Navenby Christmas event

Arts

Police search for wanted man in Lincolnshire

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Scam calls claiming to be cold calling screening service

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Lincolnshire County Council Leader, Coun Martin Hill.

Grantham A&E downgrade is not acceptable, says county council leader

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Tory by-election candidate claims report suggesting options to close Grantham A&E does not correspond with what she has been told

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Lincs ECB Association of Officials thank outgoing chairman

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BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Round-up

Football
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INDOOR BOWLS: Sleaford defeated in penultimate match of the year

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An open training day will be held for Sleaford Town Junior FC on Saturday, October 22

FOOTBALL: Ten-man Sleaford Reserves trounce the Arrows

Football

BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Results

Football

This weekend’s local league matches....

Football

FOOTBALL: Boston Saturday League round-up

Football

ATHLETICS: Sleaford Striders hand out annual awards

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Elite Fish and Chip Company staff at Sleaford keen to get a full house for their Christmas fundraiser. EMN-160712-162555001

Last few tickets left for vintage 1940s Christmas music event in Sleaford

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Sleaford Organ Club joined by European star for recital

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Navenby

Red Arrow pilot to switch on lights at Navenby Christmas event

Arts

Signs of success include being happy... and having well-behaved kids

Offbeat

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

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Starlincs Planetarium at Rainbow Flyers youth group at Ruskington, paid for by Second Chance charity shop. Youth group users with Molly Tarver - representing Second Chance charity shop, Karen Kenward and Mick Morton - owner of the planetarium. EMN-161124-155705001

Disabilities youth group bowled over by generosity

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