Residents demand answers from Caldwell trustees on superintendent issue (Press-Tribune)

Idaho credit unions continue nation-leading growth (Idaho Business Review)

In a State Without Crude Oil or Refineries, Idahoans are Hit Hard at the Pump (Idaho Statesman)

Raul Labrador: Forest management should turn on facts, not ideology (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho group sues predator-control agency for information (Associated Press)

Times-News dead wrong to support politician pension payoffs (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

State pensions: Critics say lawmakers shouldn’t get boost from executive branch jobs (Post Register)

Otter stresses continued effort for Idaho schools, stronger state economy in speech to business group (Idaho Statesman)

Forest Service approves trucks and bulldozers in wilderness (Idaho Statesman)

Misuse of Funds Sends Former Sheriff to Jail, Suspends License of Bail Agent (Boise Weekly)

Idaho Grizzly Bears To Be Captured For Study As Feds Consider Delisting (Associated Press)

Growing Garden City: The Man Who Started The City’s Transformation (Boise State Public Radio)

How A New Website Could Help Farmers And Ranchers In The Digital Age (Boise State Public Radio)

Separatist group donated to Risch (CDA Press)

Panel begins review of Avista rate hike request (CDA Press)

Caldwell trustees grilled over shakeup (Idaho Education News)

Otter: Education must be Idaho's 'continued focus' (Idaho Education News)