Twin Falls Council Holds Off on Road Projects Vote, Cites Open Meeting Problems (Times-News)

Poll Says Idahoans Back 'Ag-Gag' Ruling, Oppose Fetal Tissue Research (Times-News)

Many Local Officials on List of Simpson Campaign Co-Chairs (Times-News)

Editorial: Idaho Shouldn’t Risk Costly Lawsuit over Planned Parenthood (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Gun-toting Pruett isn't doing Idahoans any favors (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Labrador isn't calling; Simpson isn't picking up (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho NRCS to provide aid to wildfire victims (Capital Press)

Idaho’s Labrador, Simpson showcase the long-running conflict in the House GOP (Idaho Statesman)

Tax cuts? Top state business official tells lawmakers: ‘Not today’ (Idaho Statesman)

West Ada trustees focus on ‘profane’ perks in superintendent’s contract (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Spending New Tax Revenue To Fix Roads, Bridges (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho's Legal Fund To Be Drained Further After Lost Lawsuit (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: There’s still something on ballot for most voters (CDA Press)

Edinger: opponent Schindelbeck injecting partisanship into race (CDA Press)

Luke Malek navigates Republican politics (Spokesman-Review)

Vendor: School broadband savings should hold (Idaho Education News)

New Plymouth principal's journey to Gov. Otter's office and back (Idaho Education News)

State's broadband costs fall below projections (Idaho Education News)

State's broadband costs fall below projections (Idaho Education News)

Commerce director tells lawmakers not to cut taxes (Idaho Education News)