Editorial: Educators: Lying is a bad thing. Just FYI (Press-Tribune)

Editorial: Is crime really on decline? (State Journal)

Moscow budget includes increase in property tax (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: When Lawrence meets Jeff, what will he say? (Lewiston Tribune)

Editorial: Wilderness achieved (Mountain Express)

Math SAT scores drop locally and statewide (Mountain Express)

Hailey approves $13.4 million budget (Mountain Express)

Idaho Grain Producers head to join Simpson’s staff (Capital Press)

Editorial: Common goals a must on INL, nuclear waste agreement (Idaho Statesman)

Why Idaho tests students: Sherri Ybarra, superintendent of public instruction (Idaho Statesman)

Soda Fire: That first day, BLM says it attacked the flames with all it had. It wasn’t enough. (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho educators say they are being heard by Ybarra, praise her strategy (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho DEQ Issues Air Alert For Entire State (Boise State Public Radio)

Fire Resources Exhausted In The West, Military Called In To Action (Boise State Public Radio)

Griffitts running for mayor in Hayden (CDA Press)

FDA: CBD oil not a dietary supplement (CDA Press)

Idaho wildfire season worst since 1926 (Spokesman-Review)

Troy teacher: 'Idaho cannot continue to tolerate mediocrity' (Idaho Education News)

State official: Drop in math scores is a concern (Idaho Education News)