Disaster declared for Owyhee County (Press-Tribune)

INL Spent Fuel Shipments Looking Unlikely (Post Register)

Educators' legal victory results in scant reward (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Why obey Constitution when you can 'defend' it? (Lewiston Tribune)

Seats up for election in 4 valley cities (Mountain Express)

Urban renewal: Repeal is the best option (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: DOE fuel rod ‘deadline’ for Idaho ignores nuclear pact (Idaho Statesman)

Rocky Barker: One last bike ride in the White Clouds (Idaho Statesman)

Do school districts need testing directors? (Idaho Statesman)

Owyhee County ranchers hit hard by Soda Fire (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Board of Ed Approves Fast-Track Admissions to State Public Colleges/Universities (Boise Weekly)

In Crisis, One Year Later: A Fragmented System Remains, But There Are Bright Spots (Boise State Public Radio)

DOJ Says It's Unconstitutional To Ban The Homeless From Sleeping Outside (Boise State Public Radio)

Western senators push bill to fix how forest firefighting is funded (Spokesman-Review)

Eye on Boise: Crapo holding town-hall meetings across Idaho (Spokesman-Review)

Superintendent: Evaluations altered to protect teacher privacy (Idaho Education News)

Linda Clark: 'I don't have an exit strategy' (Idaho Education News)

Idaho SAT scores drop slightly (Idaho Education News)

Idaho and the Clean Power Plan: Easy goals, no clear solution (Idaho Reports)

About those signatures on the Idaho Chooses Life Letter… (Idaho Reports)