County legislators look to 2016 (Press-Tribune)

Idaho liquor license laws send Idaho restaurateur to Colorado (Idaho Business Review)

El Nuevo Jerome (Times-News)

Republican, Constitution parties in Idaho complete primary ballots for prez (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: One thing Idaho politicians hate more than taxes (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: With his lawyers, Otter has money to burn (Lewiston Tribune)

Bergdahl defends decision to leave military base (Mountain Express)

ISP doesn’t need unmarked traffic patrol vehicles (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Toward patient-focused, community-driven health care (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

IFF supports effort to bring local land control to Idahoans (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

USGS samples shows Salmon River tributary polluted after cleanup (Idaho Statesman)

A trip into Idaho’s plutonium warehouse (Idaho Statesman)

U.S. Attorney Wendy Olson discusses terror threats (Idaho Statesman)

Well-known educator is in the running for top West Ada job (Idaho Statesman)

Valley goal for homeless: Housing that is permanent, supportive (Idaho Statesman)

Feds acknowledge radiation, chemicals likely killed 396 in Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Animal Advocates Find Ag-Gag Appeal 'Outrageous' (Boise Weekly)

Editorial: Voters should decide tuition proposal (CDA Press)

Poll shows Idahoans not pining big for tax cuts (Spokesman-Review)

Obama signs NCLB replacement into law (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra supports another year of SBAC to collect data (Idaho Education News)

Two districts collect emergency levies (Idaho Education News)

Otter learns coding with fifth-graders (Idaho Education News)