Teachers Say Proposed Raises Not Enough to Fix Problem (Times-News)

I.F. mayor moves to fill City Council vacancy (Post Register)

Accountability changes could come for urban renewal (Idaho Business Review)

Tax cuts and changes unlikely (Idaho Business Review)

Poll: Idahoans support local-option tax (Idaho Business Review)

East Oregon ag worried about proposed minimum wage hike (Capital Press)

The sad insecurity of the 'Secure Rural Schools Act' (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Bill in Idaho Legislature would restrict city tool for protecting bike trails (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Power condemned business lobby's profane email, did not investigate leak (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Lawmaker Argues For Keeping Politician Exemption For Gun Permits (Boise State Public Radio)

Teachers Say Pay Plan Won’t Make Idaho More Attractive To Educators (Boise State Public Radio)

In Long-Running Dispute Over ID Cards, Feds Call Idaho's Bluff (Boise State Public Radio)

Report Finds Idaho Among States That Have Cut Workers Comp Benefits (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Senate backs civics test for high school graduation (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho school districts cut Internet costs by switching providers (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho lawmakers propose high school mandatory civics test (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho lawmakers back another $400K to kill wolves next year (Spokesman-Review)

Local broadband contracts should save the state $1.3 million (Idaho Education News)

House Ed takes up teacher salary bill (Idaho Education News)

Editorial: Um ... where’s the big roads deal? (Press-Tribune)