'Part-time' lawmakers continue to serve (Lewiston Tribune)

IDFG panel outlines efforts to balance competing interests in fish and wildlife (Lewiston Tribune)

Kamiah unlikely to run supplemental levy again (Lewiston Tribune)

Bill Spence: No such thing as chump change to thrifty Idaho reps (Lewiston Tribune)

In Idaho, births down but population up (Mountain Express)

Government cash grabs over, until August (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: After CCA mess, Otter should focus on transparency (Idaho Statesman)

Five-ballot error could challenge four-vote victory in Caldwell school board election (Idaho Statesman)

West Ada School District sells construction bonds for projects voters approved in March (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho conservationist speaks for large coalition supporting Boulder-White Clouds wilderness (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Power chief says coal plant’s closure tied to power line construction (Idaho Statesman)

Journalist and Bowe Bergdahl share common bond over Taliban captors (KIVI)

Why Saving Sage Grouse Habitat During A Wildfire Could Be Difficult (Boise State Public Radio)

Latino Advocates File Civil Rights Complaint Against Idaho Charter Schools (Boise State Public Radio)

Kellogg voters enact resort tax; ESHD dissolved (CDA Press)

One vote settles election (CDA Press)

Opinion: My 12 hours as a state senator (CDA Press)

Corrections Corporation of America cleared in Idaho prison scandal (Spokesman-Review)

Civil rights complaint charges Idaho’s charter school enrollment system discriminates (Spokesman-Review)

The transition to a four-day school week (Idaho Education News)