Clerk, controller: Jail expansion project will end up costing taxpayers (Press-Tribune)

State GOP unrest continues (State Journal)

Idaho Faith-Healing Law Makes National TV (Times-News)

Clow to Kick Off Re-election with 'Magical Evening' (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: For Idaho, a few rungs above last place is good enough (Lewiston Tribune)

White House goes 50-50 on wilderness bills (Lewiston Tribune)

Interior Secretary Addresses 'Major Course Correction' In West, Announces Idaho Visit (Boise State Public Radio)

Senate Holds Hearing On Crapo's Bill To Extend Motorized Vehicle Use In Wilderness (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho voters must ask tough questions of legislative candidates (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Interior Secretary Jewell defends, promotes America’s public lands (Idaho Statesman)

Warm Pacific continues to chop salmon numbers, affecting Idaho, Northwest (Idaho Statesman)

In Idaho, the legislative politics of voting no (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho to pay up after failed defense of anti-union law (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Supreme Court hopefuls face off in forum (Spokesman-Review)

Initiative proposes sweeping changes to Idaho’s campaign finance laws (Spokesman-Review)

Top Idaho officials disagree on ballot measure to amend state constitution (Spokesman-Review)

Piotrowski looks to unseat Labrador (CDA Press)

District 4 House candidates spar (CDA Press)

Ratings rankle school officials (CDA Press)

Seven Idaho high schools pass Washington Post's 'challenge' (Idaho Education News)

Legal fees rise as leaders revolve in Caldwell (Idaho Education News)