Dundee United defender Sean Dillon hasn't given up on reeling in third-placed Hearts, but he believes it will take a run like the one ended by Motherwell in midweek to do it.
This morning's letters look at the River Tay beavers and wildlife management, taxation, fuel prices, and road safety in Fife.
Britain's lowest-paid workers were given a major boost when the coalition government announced the minimum wage is to increase by 15p per hour from October.
One St Johnstone player was "over the Moon" on Tuesday night, despite being on the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline against Rangers.
St Andrews University has added its voice to the fight to save Fife's RAF station, warning of the potential for irrevocable damage locally and nationally were the base to close.
Dundee United have yet to make up their minds whether to make a move for Airdrie winger Gary McKay-Stevens.
Administrators of high street store Alworths have voiced confidence that the chain will be taken over.
Former Open champion and recent European Tour winner Paul Lawrie will be taking part in a special exhibition match at a Perthshire golf club later this month.
The Taxpayers' Alliance has criticised cash-strapped Perth and Kinross Council for wasting nearly £50,000 on a "needless" office redesign.
A Fife professor's research has argued that Yuri Gagarin's space flight set back exploration and satellite technology days before its 50th anniversary.