Allgood resigns from Caldwell City Council (Press-Tribune)

Survey: Idaho teens struggling with mental health, tobacco use (State Journal)

Den Hartog Proposes Bill to Move Gas Tax Money from ISP to Roads (Times-News)

Aquifer Recharge in Line for Big Boost in 2016 (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Idaho's tax cut junkie scores his next fix (Lewiston Tribune)

Will Otter's PAC mean war or peace for Idaho GOP? (Lewiston Tribune)

Election taps Blaine County voters’ frustration (Mountain Express)

Otter requests more aquifer stabilization funding (Capital Press)

Bills would repeal Idaho aquaculture, pesticide management commissions (Capital Press)

First tax cut bill OK, but Idaho deserves better (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Forget gambling devices; revive Idaho’s horse racing heritage (Idaho Statesman)

Study: Idaho’s wealthiest gain most under tax cut proposal (Idaho Statesman)

Same-sex marriage, taxes collide on floor of Idaho House (Idaho Statesman)

As tension spread beyond the Oregon refuge, the feds moved on Bundys (Idaho Statesman)

Anti-Pot Legalization Speakers Back Out Of Forum On Idaho Drug Policy (Boise State Public Radio)

Rep. Scott fails to kill tax bill despite gay marriage issues (Spokesman-Review)

Otter wants technical-ed boost to address labor shortage (Spokesman-Review)

Hearn runs as Democrat for Sims’ state house seat (CDA Press)

Idaho lawmakers ponder state's definition of marriage - for tax purposes (CDA Press)

New bill seeks change to college leadership (CDA Press)

Analysis: The virtual charter graduation rate debate (Idaho Education News)

House committee approves computer science initiative (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra calls for 7.5 percent boost in school funding (Idaho Education News)

STEM takes center stage at statehouse (Idaho Education News)