Federal manufacturing designation expected to pay off in Magic Valley (Idaho Business Review)

Tax Amount Almost Flat in Tentative Jerome Budget (Times-News)

ISU accountant on safari becomes social media target (State Journal)

Ketchum advances $20.9 million budget (Mountain Express)

Group: Changes to grouse plans not OK (Mountain Express)

Idaho weighs response to climate plan (Mountain Express)

Senate passes wilderness bill (Mountain Express)

Farm groups disappointed as Ag Security Act struck down (Capital Press)

Greg Pruett on Madison sheriff spending and permitless carry (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: ‘Unconstitutional’ ag-gag law simply ignored First Amendment rights (Idaho Statesman)

Editorial: All that’s left is president’s signature on Boulder-White Clouds wilderness protection (Idaho Statesman)

Boulder-White Clouds bill passes Senate, goes to President (Idaho Statesman)

Longtime Idaho Conservationist: Thrilling To See Boulder-White Clouds Bill Pass Congress (Boise State Public Radio)

Judge Strikes Down Idaho 'Ag-Gag' Law, Raising Questions For Other States (Boise State Public Radio)

Follow the money (CDA Press)

Coeur d’Alene School District’s first-year Common Core scores low (Spokesman-Review)

Girls STEM camp attracts future engineers and vets (Idaho Education News)

Legislative committee gets an education in contracts (Idaho Education News)

West Ada teachers get tech-friendly (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra to push for additional state superintendent qualifications (Idaho Education News)