Editorial: After election, time to allow our ‘better angels’ to ‘now come together’ (Idaho Statesman)

Trump’s Idaho: Who will the president hire here? How will his decisions change us? (Idaho Statesman)

5 ways Idaho is redder after the election (Idaho Statesman)

Trump deportations would hit Idaho ag, where a fourth of all workers are undocumented (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Sen. Crapo wins historic fourth term; Labrador, Simpson also win (Spokesman-Review)

North Idaho GOP incumbents win big in legislative races (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Legislature will have just one Democrat from north of Boise (Spokesman-Review)

Local GOP rides national success (CDA Press)

Otter: Trump will ‘bring $ home’ (CDA Press)

'The better of two evils': Magic Valley voters pained by presidential candidates (Times-News)

Twin Falls GOP incumbents crush Democratics (Times-News)

Blaine County breaks for Clinton (Mountain Express)

Trump appears unlikely to support transfer of federal lands (Mountain Express)

Idaho election: Few surprises; constitutional amendment on regulations too close to call (Capital Press)

Voters strengthen legislators’ control over state rules (Capital Press)

Marty Trillhaase: Can't Idaho find a better way to pick judges? (Lewiston Tribune)

Dam fans, foes wonder about Trump's approach (Lewiston Tribune)

Environmental group sues Atlanta Gold over mine (Idaho Business Review)

Illegible ballots delay Canyon election results (Press-Tribune)

Election mop-up: Canyon County heavily favors Trump, other Republicans (Press-Tribune)

Idaho Dems reeling after election (State Journal)

Medicaid expansion is a policy loser in Idaho (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Hoffman: Taxpayers won, special interests and big government lost at the Idaho polls (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

CWI Trustee Discusses Bond Defeat And Next Steps (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Democrats Suffer Legislative Losses (Boise State Public Radio)

What a Trump presidency might mean for K-12 (Idaho Education News)

Trustees back Ybarra's rural school center (Idaho Education News)