Dueling Concealed Weapon Bills Hit the Statehouse (Times-News)

Hunters, Anglers Rally Against State Takeover of Federal Lands (Times-News)

Editorial: Empowering the bad guys (Post Register)

Double Down faces uncertain future after committee ruling (Post Register)

Paul Shepherd: Go ahead, Marty Trillhaase; just call me a 'Maniac' (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: A politician's privilege becomes every citizen's right (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: State leaders give drunken sailors a bad name (Lewiston Tribune)

Bill sponsor 'can't believe' legislation makes it out of committee (Lewiston Tribune)

Editorial: More good money after bad? (Mountain Express)

Education in forefront of Idaho’s challenges (Mountain Express)

Simpson’s proposed wilderness gets smaller (Mountain Express)

Sun Valley still divided (Mountain Express)

Gould confirmed for another four-year term as Idaho ag director (Capital Press)

Successful companies don’t kill their customers (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Judge's ruling worsens Idaho's high school Internet headache (Idaho Statesman)

Rocky Barker: Crunch time for Boulder-White Clouds (Idaho Statesman)

Labrador, Crapo bills aim to revamp Antiquities Act (Idaho Statesman)

Local option tax proposed for Idaho roads, bridges (Idaho Statesman)

Tempers flare as repeal of ‘instant racing’ law passes to Idaho Senate (Spokesman-Review)

North Idaho rep leads opposition to raising fines for Open Meeting Law violations (Spokesman-Review)