Editorial: Don’t panic over SBAC scores (Press-Tribune)

Obama Signs Wilderness Bill With Simpson, Other Idahoans in Oval Office (Times-News)

Simpson: Humans Affect the Climate, but Moving too Fast Won't Work (Times-News)

Report: Crime drops in most local counties (State Journal)

Senators demand answers after Journal secretly altered (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

No surprise that federal firefighting costs are soaring (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Some Idaho legislators upset over ag-gag ruling (Post Register)

West Ada trustees take issue with superintendent’s appointment to State Board of Education (Idaho Statesman)

Dept. of Justice weighs in on lawsuit against Boise’s ban on sleeping in public places (Idaho Statesman)

How the Boulder-White Clouds wilderness was preserved (Idaho Statesman)

In Red Idaho, New Democratic Party Chair Says His Candidates Can Be Competitive (Boise State Public Radio)

City Weighs In On DOJ Criticism Of Boise Homeless Camping Law (Boise State Public Radio)

North Idaho vet fights for gun rights (Hagadone News Network)

Legal or not? (CDA Press)

Quitting cold turkey (CDA Press)

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

Obama signs into law Sawtooth wilderness protection (Spokesman-Review)

Ybarr offers support to administrators and principals (Idaho Education News)

State, districts start sifting through SBAC numbers (Idaho Education News)

President Obama’s remarks at Sawtooth National Recreation Area signing (Idaho Reports)