Otter, Labrador bash Trump’s remarks but say he’s still got their vote (Idaho Statesman)

As in Utah, Idaho’s Mormons struggle with Trump (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Sen. Crapo backtracks, says he might still vote for Trump (Spokesman-Review)

McAlister outraises Scott in N. Idaho race (Spokesman-Review)

Senate hopefuls share differences in debate (CDA Press)

Wages low, but jobs up (CDA Press)

School district gave secret $94K payout to administrator (Times-News)

Ed funding, Medicaid expansion, public lands lead concerns for legislative candidates (Times-News)

Government officials float strategies to tackle housing crunch (Mountain Express)

Democrats hold fundraising edge (Mountain Express)

Judge rejects Idaho anti-grazing arguments (Capital Press)

Farm commodity price drop impacts Idaho GDP (Capital Press)

Marty Trillhaase: You expected Idaho politicians to protect children? Really? (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho GOP leaders split on presidential candidate (Press-Tribune)

Republicans outpace Dems in local districts (Press-Tribune)

Greg Pruett files as write-in candidate against Rep. Perry (Press-Tribune)

Education, health care and federal lands dominate legislative forum (State Journal)

Idahoans need a pay raise — in the form of state tax cut (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Taxpayers asked to build private organization’s swimming pools (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Saving Idaho's Farmland (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Governor Otter And Rep. Labrador Stand By Endorsements Of Trump (Boise State Public Radio)

Labrador's New Ad Focuses On His Childhood, Government Interference (Boise State Public Radio)

Charter schools get a boost in payments for buildings (Idaho Education News)

Following the dollars: This year's hottest legislative races (Idaho Education News)