Editorial: An intriguing but flawed tax proposal (Press-Tribune)

Ismael Fernandez brings youth to Wilder City Council (Press-Tribune)

Water Wars: Opposing Sides Promise Sacrifices Will Rebuild Aquifer (Times-News)

Pierce Raises Most in Closing Days of Council Campaign (Times-News)

Encampment fights back against changing face of homelessness (State Journal)

Census: Region marked by great diversity of age, income and education (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Otter's slush fund shakes down corporate Idaho (Lewiston Tribune)

Animal rights advocates seek $250K in ‘ag gag’ case (Capital Press)

Lawmakers to face difficult CBD oil decision again in 2016 (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

From Idaho to France, all for global warming (Idaho Statesman)

State plan takes aim at Idaho’s health insurance coverage gap (Idaho Statesman)

Boise disbands Cooper Court tent city; homeless scatter to other locales (Idaho Statesman)

Boise’s homeless retrieve belongings from Cooper Court, wonder what’s next (Idaho Statesman)

Boise's plan to energize the Vista neighborhood through energy efficiency (Boise Weekly)

Research Looks Into Connection Between Cattle Grazing And Sage Grouse (Boise State Public Radio)

EPA Settles Lawsuit With Simplot After Alleged Clean Air Act Violations (Boise State Public Radio)

Census Numbers Show Lower Idaho Incomes After The Recession (Boise State Public Radio)

County expected to OK refugee resolution (CDA Press)

Idaho reps split votes on transportation, education (Spokesman-Review)

Simpson, Labrador split on education overhaul (Idaho Education News)

West Ada's high profile, high pressure job search (Idaho Education News)