Ewersen touts limited-government philosophy (Mountain Express)

Kaine to attend Sun Valley fundraiser (Mountain Express)

Judge to review records in nuclear-waste lawsuit (Mountain Express)

Donahue cleared of wrongdoing (Press-Tribune)

Gary Kerness: 'If I have to die out here, so be it.' (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: 'Cash register justice' pinches Idaho County (Lewiston Tribune)

Grant will help Idaho coordinate health care (Lewiston Tribune)

Nez Perce County Democrats are still fired up about Bernie Sanders (Lewiston Tribune)

Kaine to raise cash in Ketchum (Times-News)

Crapo wants better refugee vetting, opposes blanket bans (Times-News)

Editorial: Idaho’s health care gap: It’s time to act (Idaho Statesman)

Panel hears Maine’s Medicaid experience, expansion benefits for Idaho’s poor (Idaho Statesman)

Fruitland Sen. Abby Lee talks about Idaho oil and gas (Idaho Statesman)

Lower oil and gas severance taxes, secrecy prompts suspicion in W. Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Northwest Nazarene professor shares views on God, loses academic freedom (Idaho Statesman)

Vets brace for possible health care changes (CDA Press)

Welcome to the American Redoubt (CDA Press)

Blanket statements about federal lands paint inaccurate picture (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Let’s make the Medicaid 'gap population' bigger (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

How Does Idaho's Jack Yantis Case Fit In National Discussion On Police Shootings? (Boise State Public Radio)

Why A New Presidential Candidate Has Little Chance Of Winning Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)

A new era of sunshine dawns in trustee races (Idaho Education News)

Otter recognizes robotics students (Idaho Education News)

Literacy money will come with a few strings attached (Idaho Education News)