Editorial: Preparing for Growth in Twin Falls Schools (Times-News)

Otter Names Sen. Dean Cameron Dept. of Insurance Director (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: If Troy wants to fight back, here's its chance (Lewiston Tribune)

Lewiston URA settlement still far away (Lewiston Tribune)

Fish and Game releases sharp-tailed grouse plan (Mountain Express)

Bergdahl not accused of sexual harassment, Army says (Mountain Express)

As Maine goes, so should Idaho go (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Using children as shields (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

The war on terror comes home (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Capt. Steve Bartlett is best suited to replace Raney as Ada County sheriff (Idaho Statesman)

Sen. Dean Cameron named next Idaho Department of Insurance director (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho’s Labrador, late to endorse in 2012 presidential race, jumps in early to support Rand Paul (Idaho Statesman)

Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Idaho Woman Arrested For Abortion (Boise State Public Radio)

How Idaho Plans To Spend $95 Million In New Revenue On Roads (Boise State Public Radio)

On health care's cliff: More meds isn't necessarily good medicine (CDA Press)

GOP opposes federal water rules (CDA Press)

Crapo: 'Just a power grab over water' (CDA Press)

Idaho officials were warned about Capitol makeover shortcomings (Spokesman-Review)

ITD picks road projects funded by tax, fee increases (Spokesman-Review)

Extended sit-down with Betsy Russell, and a look at the summer ahead (Idaho Reports)