Editorial: Conservation fund is not the lamb to slaughter (Mountain Express)

Editorial: It's OK to pad Idaho Constitutional Defense Fund (Press-Tribune)

Editorial: Voters Need an Informed Decision on Cassia Schools Shortfall (Times-News)

Despite new WSU medical school, lawmakers say Idaho needs one, too (State Journal)

Consul general of Azerbaijan meets with Otter (State Journal)

Local law enforcement upset about Obama banning armored vehicles (State Journal)

Lochsa meeting draws show of force (Lewiston Tribune)

Feds plan $1 million on forest restoration in northern Idaho (Associated Press)

Idaho officials OK implementation of sage grouse plan (Associated Press)

Officials should update Idaho law enforcement video protocols (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Let’s make Idaho’s open range areas safer (Idaho Statesman)

Race to recall West Ada trustees is on (Idaho Statesman)

Soda Fire rehab serves as lab for restoration (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Latinos transition from farming roots to build community (Idaho Statesman)

Two New Idaho Polls: Lousy News for Risch, Good News for Ben Carson (Boise Weekly)

Refugee Support Fills Idaho Statehouse Steps (Boise Weekly)

Snow And Rain Brings Some Early Relief To Idaho Drought (Boise State Public Radio)

After Criticism, State Department Official Says Refugee Vetting Process Is 'Robust' (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho ballot proposal would lower sales tax, cut exemptions (Spokesman-Review)