Idaho DEQ proposes unusual plan to address field burning changes (Capital Press)

Victory for quality, low-cost healthcare in Idaho (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Do property rights matter? Rexburg is about to find out (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Proposal would save state $11M on employee health insurance (Idaho Business Review)

Study: Killing predators doesn’t cut livestock losses (Mountain Express)

Rule recall petition was not received by elections office (Press-Tribune)

Election officials caution voters on unofficial voter cards (Press-Tribune)

Senator breaks silence about alleged affair (Press-Tribune)

Guthrie says he will run for re-election (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: County's tax bump has Idaho's fingerprints on it (Lewiston Tribune)

Walk puts focus on suicide prevention (Lewiston Tribune)

Conservative group release rankings of Idaho Legislature (Times-News)

Tourism boom: Increased lodging sales highlight south-central Idaho's successes (Times-News)

Idaho leads nation in political pessimism (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Fish and Game hacker could face harsh cybercrime penalties (Idaho Statesman)

Tribes and supporters gather at Statehouse to oppose pipeline (Idaho Statesman)

Right-to-work law faces court challenge (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho launches new state suicide prevention program (Spokesman-Review)

If trends hold, Idaho could have sizable budget surplus (Spokesman-Review)

STEM academy students press Little on issues (CDA Press)

Legislator seeks seat on state high court (CDA Press)

Idaho districts, charters stash $215 million in savings accounts (Idaho Education News)

Educators offer suggestions on school accountability (Idaho Education News)

Idaho SBAC scores improve across the board (Idaho Education News)