Silak, Trout and Brody talk women on Idaho’s highest court (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho ramps up ‘Good Neighbor Authority’ to boost logging in federal forests (Spokesman-Review)

Top state aide accused of sexual, racial harassment resigned after July investigation (Idaho Statesman)

What would the Senate’s latest health care plan have done in Idaho? (Idaho Statesman)

Twin Falls GOP head, Hagerman mayor throw in with Ahlquist (Times-News)

Trump, Legislature outpoll D.C. delegation (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Idaho health care was no Paradise Lost (Lewiston Tribune)

Major changes eyed in Idaho public school funding plan (Lewiston Tribune)

State inspections: tough love or torture? (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho Sen. Crapo: Loosen Restrictions On Switchblade Sales (Boise State Public Radio)

As Wildfire Season Winds Down, Idaho And Other States Count The Costs (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho's Wheat Deal With Taiwan Worth More Than Half A Billion Dollars (Boise State Public Radio)

Bart Davis Steps Down From Idaho Legislature To Take On U.S. Attorney Job (Boise State Public Radio)

Advocates, opponents differ on how to strengthen Idaho's victims' rights laws (Press-Tribune)

Idaho employers aren’t waiting for government to mandate higher wages (Idaho Business Review)

Giddings story wrong; lawmaker acted appropriately (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho bean, seed groups to seek legislation to protect crops from soybean diseases (Capital Press)

Raul Labrador: Education deserves more vision from governor's office (Idaho Education News)

Slowly, a school funding formula rewrite takes shape (Idaho Education News)