Marty Trillhaase: Potholes beat pupils once; might do it again (Lewiston Tribune)

Rural school grapple with open carry rules for faculty (Lewiston Tribune)

Overtime change: Local companies react to federal rule revision (Press-Tribune)

Sneak peek to next legislative session (Press-Tribune)

Clinton leads Trump in Blaine fundraising (Mountain Express)

Lawsuit may affect commercial lending in Idaho (Capital Press)

Obamacare creating medical class warfare (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Stop making Oliver Twist pay for Bruce Wayne (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

S. Idaho economic development chief resigns (Capital Press)

Fulcher getting early start on gov race in Magic Valley (Times-News)

Idaho judge rules state had power to decide Boise River issue (Idaho Statesman)

Skittles comment shouldn’t be ‘distraction,’ Trump’s son says in Boise (Idaho Statesman)

Airport workers found ‘leafy substance’ in Idaho AG staffer’s bag (Idaho Statesman)

Donald Trump Jr. defends Skittles post in Boise campaign stop (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Sen. Crapo quietly builds record, moves past DUI (Spokesman-Review)

Crapo’s Democratic challenger counts on math, ‘moral analysis’ (Spokesman-Review)

Challenger faults Rep. Labrador’s 2014 vote against military budget (Spokesman-Review)

Murky waters (CDA Press)

Idaho Attorney General's Spokesperson Resigns After Marijuana Citation (Boise State Public Radio)

Trump Son's Boise Visit Touches On Public Lands, Refugee Tweet (Boise State Public Radio)

Lawmakers: It's time to review fund balances (Idaho Education News)

State Board wants to keep dual-credit program intact (Idaho Education News)

Yantis investigation: Q & A with producer Seth Ogilvie (Idaho Reports)

Crowd sourcing a campaign (Idaho Reports)