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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location)

Strangers find a plane (Boise Statesman)
Washington legislative session begins (Lewiston Tribune)
Washington’s Fagan would change sexual prdator law (Lewiston Tribune)
Dangerous Highway 55 (Nampa Press Tribune)
Extreme drought possible (Nampa Press Tribune)
Online Canyon College hit by state (Nampa Press Tribune)
Malad post office robbery a hoax (Pocatello Journal)
Idaho legislative session starts (Sandpoint Bee)
Community radio station KRFY names new leaders (Sandpoint Bee)
Committees review common core (TF Times News)

Eugene cemetery in bankruptcy court (Eugene Register Guard)
New Klamath Promise coordinator (KF Herald & News)
Not a drought so far, but close (Medford Mail Tribune)
Oil transport trains lightly regulated (Portland Oregonian)
2014 legislature preparations (Salem Statesman Journal)
Alcohol funds apportionment (Salem Statesman Journal)
Statesman Journal says it will add more (Salem Statesman Journal)

Monkey housing Everett (Everett Herald)
Washington legislature ahead (Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, Vancouver Columbian, Longview News)
Banks rejecting pot industry funds (Kennewick TriCity Herald)
New Pasco prison opens in April (Kennewick TriCity Herald)
Dispute over Richland school letters (Kennewick TriCity Herald)
Real estate prices down (Port Angeles News)
Heavy storm on coast (Port Angeles News)
Rehab for Port Townsend library (Port Angeles News)
Yakima labor dispute hits Supreme Court (Yakima Herald Republic)
Yakamas seek pot ban on some of its land (Yakima Herald Republic)

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