Silver to Take on Heider for Senate (Times-News)

Most of Magic Valley GOP Delegation on Simpson's Legislative Committee (Times-News)

Preston and Franklin County candidates discuss future growth (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: Bedke's rule claims its first visible fatality (Lewiston Tribune)

County unemployment rate dips in September (Mountain Express)

Arguments heard in lynx lawsuit (Mountain Express)

Seminar to address hot-button water issues, including WOTUS rule (Capital Press)

Can we conduct an experiment on the impact of a higher minimum wage? (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Medicaid expansion will not save lives (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Boise pre-K experiment will test city-school partnership (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho residents seek answers as gas drillers fine-tune process (Idaho Statesman)

What it will take to put dam breaching back on the table (Idaho Statesman)

Final results confirm Idaho student math sag (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Commerce director Sayer: Don't cut taxes, invest (Idaho Statesman)

Does ‘fixing’ Idaho taxes mean cutting, or something else? (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Economists Cover All Their Bases in New Forecast (Boise Weekly)

Les Bois Park President Says No Horse Racing In 2016 (Boise State Public Radio)

How Boise’s Mayoral Candidates Stand On The Open Space Levy (Boise State Public Radio)

Muddying the election waters (CDA Press)

Otter wants ‘instant racing’ back, but with restrictions (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho insurance exchange going strong, but ‘gap’ population still unaddressed (Spokesman-Review)

Latest from West Ada: Board chair bristles at Clark's claims (Idaho Education News)

West Ada appoints interim superintendent (Idaho Education News)

State releases final batch of SBAC numbers (Idaho Education News)