*Idaho Records/Sherry Adkins, Spokesman-Review
*Grace to pay feds $250 million for Libby asbestos work/Spokesman-Review — This line sums up my thoughts: “Libby advocates said the $250 million is a pittance compared to the suffering that the firm unleashed on this northwestern Montana town.”
*Macdonald announces run for county commissioner: Previously served in same capacity from 1990 to 1996/Marc Stewart, Coeur d’Alene Press — Bob Macdonald definitely offers an alternative choice for those looking for one. Dunno how he’d affect the balance in a three-way race.
*Educational Corridor more than $400,000 closer to reality: Project partner University of Idaho receives state money to help with planning/Andrew Ford, North Idaho College Sentinel — Some won’t consider this good news. But I do.
*Info sought on enticement case: Girl: Orange van with three men drove beside her, brother on way home/Brian Walker, Coeur d’Alene Press — Two-legged predators are almost always the worst kind.
*Sentinel locks in third at ACP contest, places three finalists in regional SPJ/Josh Rasmussen, North Idaho College Sentinel — Adviser Nils Rosdahl continues to produce award-winning student journalists.