Editorial: Good news: recession over in Idaho (State Journal)

Otter Talks Fire Budget, Refugees and Trump (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: If Crapo opposes land transfers, why not say so? (Lewiston Tribune)

Ketchum adds $310K to current budget (Mountain Express)

Idaho government responsible for racing industry's demise (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Bad wagers all around on instant racing in Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Instant horse racing ban in effect, governor’s veto invalid; Les Bois ‘reviewing all of our options’ (Idaho Statesman)

Republican Judy Peavey-Derr enters race for Boise mayor (Idaho Statesman)

Les Bois Park lays off 80 workers following historical horse racing ruling (Idaho Statesman)

Rocky Barker: Sage advice from a Boise State biologist (Idaho Statesman)

What Idahoans need to know about health insurance (Idaho Statesman)

Idahoans Gather at Capitol in Support of Refugees (Boise Weekly)

Saving The Sage Grouse: Is Just The Threat Of An Endangered Species Listing Enough? (Boise State Public Radio)

Saving the Sage Grouse: Conservation Creates Strange Bedfellows In Oil And Gas Country (Boise State Public Radio)

Twin Falls County Prosecutor: Law To Ban Refugee Centers Would Be Illegal (Boise State Public Radio)

County commission leadership changes (CDA Press)

Idaho Supreme Court rejects Otter veto; ‘instant racing’ machines banned (Spokesman-Review)

Cigarette tax boost initiative now sets aside portion for stop-smoking programs (Spokesman-Review)

Free school lunch program expands (Idaho Education News)

Large-district trustees question the value of ISBA (Idaho Education News)