Marty Trillhaase: Fulcher getting in doesn't mean Labrador stays out (Lewiston Tribune)

Anyone but? (Lewiston Tribune)

Campaign school tackles changing norms and social media (State Journal)

Local residents weigh in on Kaepernick's protests (State Journal)

Gov's office narrows down finalists for Fish and Game commission seats (Times-News)

City passes budget with 3 percent tax hike (Times-News)

Trump VP candidate Pence visits Boise (KBOI 2News)

Idaho lawmakers’ impasse on Medicaid expansion persists (Idaho Statesman)

Faith-healing committee postpones, date pending (Idaho Statesman)

Hack that hit Idaho Fish and Game involved 6.5 million users in four states (Idaho Statesman)

Blaine County gives fundraising boost to Clinton (Mountain Express)

Some Idaho lawmakers remain unconvinced about Medicaid expansion (Spokesman-Review)

Sen. Mike Crapo wraps up two-year, 200-city town hall swing through Idaho (Spokesman-Review)

Crapo, Sturgill are filling their campaign coffers in Senate race (Spokesman-Review)

STEM jobs are fastest-growing category in Idaho (Idaho Business Review)

Goal for school year: Close achievement gap (CDA Press)

Quietly, this Idaho lab is keeping U.S. secure (CDA Press)

Does Idaho care about the small businesses? (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Healthcare system for the poor is already unconscionable (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Why Idaho’s Agriculture Department Wants A Plan To Protect Bees (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho leads the West in per capita farm income (Capital Press)

Wasden files countersuit in Idaho Education Network battle (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra to seek 6.6 percent increase in public school spending (Idaho Education News)