Paulette Jordan touts indigenous values (Mountain Express)

Watchdog group wants FBI to release info about Sen. Crapo's 2008 bad campaign loan (Press-Tribune)

Risch has little to say about Trump, Putin (Press-Tribune)

Legislative Committee Mulls Idaho Campaign Finance Overhual (Boise State Public Radio)

Cannabis Coming Soon To Idaho Border Town? Voter Initiative In Ontario Looks To Legalize Weed (Boise State Public Radio)

Violence Against Federal Workers Drops After Trump's Election (Boise State Public Radio)

Foreign direct investments are down in the U.S., small in Idaho (Idaho Business Review)

Statewide candidates speak at Twin Falls Democrats picnic (Times-News)

Twin Falls City Council votes down resolution denouncing family separation at border (Times-News)

State education officials tout mediocre college-readiness ranking (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Russia ‘no friend of the United States,’ says Idaho senator after Trump, Putin remarks (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho voters will decide whether to expand Medicaid this fall (Idaho Statesman)

Today’s Idaho Republicans are yesterday’s Democrats. Similar views, different labels. (Idaho Statesman)

Marty Trillhaase: Labrador doesn't act like he's homesick (Lewiston Tribune)

Lawmakers get a first glimpse at a new-look, streamlined funding plan (Idaho Education News)

With friends like these (Idaho Reports)

Come as you are, as I want you to be (Idaho Reports)