Bergdahl described as being a pawn in wider political battles (Mountain Express)

County to buy new voting machines (Mountain Express)

'Dog' helps kill bounty hunter bill (Press-Tribune)

Reports: Wolf populations in Idaho far exceed the number required by de-listing rule (State Journal)

Otter Signs 2 Literacy Bills (Times-News)

Most Magic Valley Lawmakers Rank Low on 'Freedom Index' (Times-News)

Dems Announce Full Slate of State Convention Delegates (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Dr. Otter is suffering from a case of denial (Lewiston Tribune)

Treasure valley growth projects worry water managers (Capital Press)

Orwell was right: The 'waiver' is Medicaid expansion (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Freedom Index separates real conservatives from phonys (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho’s Otter signs off on required ultrasound notification, stalking protection (Idaho Statesman)

Like Flint, Idaho knows lead poisoning (Idaho Statesman)

Labrador discusses public lands (CDA Press)

Sen. Crapo speaks on timber (CDA Press)

Lt. Gov. Little: Education tops for legislation (CDA Press)

GOP candidates Cheatham, Riggs, square off (CDA Press)

Republicans gather for Lincoln Day Dinner (CDA Press)

The K-12 funding debate: A new normal? (Idaho Education News)

DeMordaunt leaves a hole in education leadership (Idaho Education News)

A deconsolidation discussion with roots in Idaho history (Idaho Reports)