Idaho Unemployment Rate Drops to 4 Percent (Times-News)

Churches step up support for Syrian refugees (State Journal)

Court ruling could impact all Idaho school districts (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: The Butch Otter of old would not act this way (Lewiston Tribune)

Arrest rogue retailers on Black Friday (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Legitimate fears must not diminish refugee outreach (Idaho Statesman)

New Boise pre-K puts young minds in gear to learn (Boise Weekly)

Capitol rally draws both sides of emotional refugee issue (Idaho Statesman)

Ag-friendly laws, fenced in elsewhere in West, still rule rural Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Death Rates For Most Idahoans Are Not Improving (Boise State Public Radio)

New Study Looks At Future Of Boise's Bench Community (Boise State Public Radio)

Who Has The Solution To Boise’s Homeless Problem, Eugene Or Salt Lake? (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Prison Reforms Could 'Overhaul System' (Boise Weekly)

The Syrian situation (CDA Press)

Rep. Heather Scott calls for special session on refugees (Spokesman-Review)

Uncomfortable questions on four-day school effects, but no clear answers (Idaho Reports)

Preston upholds a decision driven by dollars (Idaho Education News)

A schedule change saves money (Idaho Education News)

Notus runs at a fast pace (Idaho Education News)

Teachers and students adjust to longer school days (Idaho Education News)

Lawmakers: No Idaho Education Network, Version 2.0 (Idaho Education News)

Challis embraces change (Idaho Education News)

Across rural Idaho, four-day weeks become routine (Idaho Education News)