In your Courier on Thursday we will tell the astonishing story of a Fife pensioner jailed for two years for making death threats to US President Barack Obama and claiming there was a bomb on an aeroplane.
We will have an interview with a devastated Angus mum following the discovery of her missing son’s body, and there is more on theimpassioned plea from the wife of missing Royal Marine Ralph Hebden, who was last seen in Arbroath on Monday morning.
We will reveal how a Courier Country flood prevention scheme is running £15 million over budget and two years late, and there will be the latest news on the double death tragedy that has rocked Fife.
Workers at Perth Post Office could be set for strike action. Find out why in your Courier.
We will also have the latest on the sudden death of a 34-year-old man in Tayside.
Elsewhere, a 68-year-old man has been honoured with the first ever Clean Up Scotland Hero of the Month award. His act of heroism involved a deer and a discarded crisp wrapper. Find out how he saved the day in Thursday’s paper.
There’s also a full round-up in sport, including the deepening crisis at Dunfermline.
For all this and more, pick up your Courier on Thursday or try our digital edition.