Agriculture fuels southern Idaho economy (Capital Press)

Idaho’s Division of Financial Management enhances government transparency (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Hailey raises minimum city employee wages to $15 an hour (Idaho Business Review)

1 county seat has challenger on ballot (Mountain Express)

Teamsters crash school board meeting (Mountain Express)

Three districts approve emergency levies (Press-Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Idaho schools are not even close to recovering (Lewiston Tribune)

House Judiciary chairman calls for vote on refugee bill he, Labrador wrote (Times-News)

New group aims to fight 'globalism' with 'populism' (Times-News)

Editorial: CWI’s $180 million bond issue is an investment in our students (Idaho Statesman)

Vendor of hacked Fish & Game license system to offer ID protection (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho unemployment steady at 3.8 percent (Idaho Statesman)

Legislative reckoning all but assured for Idaho’s Guthrie, Perry (Idaho Statesman)

Logging error saddles elderly Idaho man with legal bills; ‘It is a tragedy,’ justice says (Spokesman-Review)

Ad Watch: Crapo’s federal-debt ad is first of campaign season in Idaho (Spokesman-Review)

Crapo’s opponent says D.C. has changed him for the worse (Spokesman-Review)

Voter registration campaign hits wall (CDA Press)

Kahn, Barbieri clash over taxes (CDA Press)

National Republican Party Leader Visits Idaho To Drum Up Support For Trump (Boise State Public Radio)

Education groups react to Ybarra's budget proposal (Idaho Education News)

SBAC scores: How one district defied demographics (Idaho Education News)

Behind-the-scenes on the Yantis story (Idaho Reports)