Idaho panel punts on local-option sales tax (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Is Idaho's tax burden too balanced for GOP? (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Who are you calling an Idaho Redneck? (Lewiston Tribune)

Editorial: Quiet in Idaho (Mountain Express)

County unemployment rate ticks up (Mountain Express)

Bellevue council race may be uncontested (Mountain Express)

Group intends to sue BLM over bull trout (Mountain Express)

Sage grouse not listed as endangered (Mountain Express)

5 women seek school board seat (Mountain Express)

Freedom Foundation announces eastern Idaho office, expanded efforts (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Kudos for collaboration and common sense (Idaho Statesman)

Editorial: ‘Open’ is the best policy for public records, meetings (Idaho Statesman)

Scot Ludwig puts horsepower into campaign for Boise City Council (Idaho Statesman)

Canyon County Rep. Gayle Batt will not seek re-election (Idaho Statesman)

Boise Sen. Grant Burgoyne to bring anti-stalker bill (Idaho Statesman)

Federal Refugee Official Says Despite Controversy, Resettlement Will Continue In Twin Falls (Boise State Public Radio)

In Idaho, Historic Sage Grouse Decision Garners Critics And Fans (Boise State Public Radio)

Bern, baby, Bern (CDA Press)

Nampa reaches tentative labor agreement (Idaho Education News)

Key education groups praise Ybarra's budget proposal (Idaho Education News)