Kathleen Eder wades into political life as legislative candidate (Mountain Express)

Idaho ranks No. 2 in tech sector growth (Idaho Business Review)

Unemployment continues its decline in Idaho (Idaho Business Review)

Idaho GOP Convention without major fireworks (Press-Tribune)

Critics Push for Reform of Controversial Forfeiture Laws (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Otter's Fish and Game saga unfolds for all to see (Lewiston Tribune)

GOP to roll out policy agenda next week (Lewiston Tribune)

Environmental groups challenge federal wolf killing in Idaho (Associated Press)

Jewell’s all hands, all lands vision draws strength from Interior employees (Idaho Statesman)

State analysis says Idaho has sold 33% of its land since statehood (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho GOP concludes businesslike state convention with show of unity (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho icon Cecil Andrus reflects on career that helped shape the state (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho primary turnout: Just 23% of registered voters (Spokesman-Review)

Panel urges review of Idaho legislators’ pension perk (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho GOP convention smoother this time around (Spokesman-Review)

Sen. Steven Thayn calls on conservatives to ‘do something,’ not just complain (Spokesman-Review)

A not-so-hot seat (CDA Press)

State GOP panel addresses platform (CDA Press)

Failed Idaho charter schools receive $2.3 million in federal grants (Idaho Education News)

Republicans attempts to resurrect school Bible bill (Idaho Education News)