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Editorial: Is Pocatello one of best or worst? (State Journal)

Idaho resists federal rules for preventing prison rape (Associated Press)

Chmelik takes lands plan on the road (Lewiston Tribune)

Head of Spokane NAACP resigns (Associated Press)

Boise GreenBike: A lesson for the future (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Otter appoints new state environmental agency chief (Associated Press)

Caldwell election challenge: First court date set for Monday (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho GDP rose to $58 billion last year (Idaho Statesman)

Labrador says support for Boulder-White Clouds wilderness is really only opposition to monument (Idaho Statesman)

Rachel Dolezal on Today: 'This is Not Some Freak "Birth of a Nation" Mockery Blackface Performance.' (Boise Weekly)

Analysis: Idaho Agrees To Settle 35 Year Old Lawsuit To Help Children With Mental Illness (Boise State Public Radio)

Post Falls considers economic development policy (CDA Press)

Dolezal resigns NAACP post (CDA Press)

Bonneville recount concludes same result (Idaho Education News)

Caldwell board appoints new superintendent (Idaho Education News)

Tippets named DEQ director (Idaho Reports)