Bills to seek re-election to Nampa Council (Press-Tribune)

Caldwell school board hopefuls make case for why they should be elected (Press-Tribune)

Idaho attorney general settles case against Sprint, Verizon (Idaho Business Review)

New Water Pact a 'Momentous Occasion' (Times-News)

Twin Falls To Start Planning Future Public Transportation System (Times-News)

Editorial: Water issues should be a top priority in Idaho (State Journal)

Officials: Idaho Falls is a bargain for business (Post Register)

Lewiston schools to try for local-option sales tax again (Lewiston Tribune)

Documents: DHS releases child support emails (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Ada County GOP to select possible replacements for Sheriff Raney (Idaho Statesman)

How Arrowrock Dam Built A Town And Irrigated A Valley 100 Years Ago (Boise State Public Radio)

Growing Garden City: A History Of Chinese Gardens, Gambling And Change (Boise State Public Radio)

Growing Garden City: A Town Of Poverty And Wealth And Not Much In Between (Boise State Public Radio)

Election deadlines approach (CDA Press)

Economist paints picture of hard economic years (CDA Press)

Idaho ranks low, Washington fairly high in ‘Status of Women’ report (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Sen. Crapo to run for 4th term (Spokesman-Review)

Interested in mastery learning? The state wants to hear from you. (Idaho Education News)

ACLU: Cassia dress code is discriminatory (Idaho Education News)