Amid national debate over churches’ role in politics, Labrador touts pastor’s endorsement (Spokesman-Review)

Former Sen. Schmidt says he’s decided against run for governor – at least for now (Spokesman-Review)

It’s easier for the Forest Service to use immigrant labor than to hire rural Idahoans (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho will revisit being part of ‘sloppy’ voter fraud program, says secretary of state (Idaho Statesman)

National tax-reform group targets Idaho Rep. Raúl Labrador in ad campaign (Idaho Statesman)

Voter Crosscheck concerns merit scrutiny, but reports misconstrued program, Denney says (Idaho Statesman)

Gangs, drugs & supporting police are top priorities for Idaho’s newest top prosecutor (Idaho Statesman)

Marty Trillhaase: If Staben's a short-timer, he better say so (Lewiston Tribune)

Trump Administration Picks Housing And Urban Development Leader For Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Senator Jim Risch Joins Call For Roy Moore To Drop Out, Crapo Stands By Statement (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho agriculture expected to show slight profits this year (Idaho Business Review)

Government regs add costs, impede property rights for homebuilder (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Candidates for Idaho governor address potato growers (Capital Press)

Idaho's universities head into a year of turnover (Idaho Education News)

State Board of Education spokesman resigns (Idaho Education News)