This week’s Mid Ulster Mail leads with the apparent road rage AND hate crime attack on a busy street in Cookstown, which left a man suffering a seizure.
We also look at the latest figures for divorce in the area, and it seems love, or at least tolerance is still in the Mid Ulster air in comparison to some other regions of the country.
The controversy surrounding an anti-Semitic tweet by a former Tyrone player is investigated by our reporter.
Patsy McGlone issues a warning, after a pensioner was robbed by a bogus caller posing as an NIE employee.
The major success of the bike trails at Davagh, could see the sport expand in other areas of the Sperrins, a fillip for our tourism industry.
There is a special feature on Cookstown Town Centre Team which has brought major new initiatives over the last 12 years, and have now been recognised at the highest level for their achievements.
In sport, we have the remarkable story of a Sperrin Harrier runner, who is attempting to run around Lough Neagh in consecutive days - that’s an incredible target of 170 miles in 48 hours.