Writings and observations

On the front page

news

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)

Driver of log truck said to cause big I-84 crash (Boise Statesman)
Legislators want rule review in constitution (Boise Statesman)
LCSC budget presentation (Lewiston Tribune)
Otter considers Bedke tax plan (Lewiston Tribune)
Water use lower (Moscow News)
Harvest Hills development in Moscow okayed (Moscow News)
Nampa mayor’s state of city speech (Nampa Press Tribune)
Same sex marriage case, AG role (Nampa Press Tribune, Sandpoint Bee)
Id Press Tribune new managing editor (Nampa Press Tribune)
Melaleuca alleges poaching by CA firm (Pocatello Journal)
Idaho State Uniersity budget presentation (Pocatello Journal)
Legislative Common Core debate (Pocatello Journal, Andpoint Bee)
50 laid off at Glanbia (TF Times News)
TF officials put off by canyon jump (TF Times News)

Emmons Meat Market closes (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Schoolhouse hauled up Hwy 99 (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Legal case opposes timber sale (KF Herald & NEws, Corvalis Gazette Times)
Low precipitation, heavy fog (Eugene Register Guard)
Jobless rate rises to pre-recession (Salem Statesman Journal, Eugene Register Guard)
KF Utility District riles passions (KF Herald & News)
Library district plans (Ashland Tidings)
Medford teacher strike possible (Medford Tribune)
Army depot reuse infighting opposed (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Milton-Freewater ambulance district can’t afford election (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Wolf-kill provisions now set by state (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Billion-dollar refineries for Kalama, Clatskanie (Portland Oregonian)
Oregon economy picks up (Portland Oregonian)
Too-high pot testing standards? (Portland Oregonian)
Amnesty for alcohol poisoning callers (Portland Oregonian)
Cascade Head area at risk (Salem Statesman Journal)

School superintendent resigns (Kennewick Herald)
Many Hanford layoffs canceled (Kennewick Herald)
Big methanol plants at Kalama, Clatskanie (Longview News)
Flu season peaking (Spokane Spokesman, Port Angeles News)
Kilmer visits Port Angeles (Port Angeles News)
Home prices improve (Seattle Times)
Spokane charter school approved (Spokane Spokesman)
North Corridor road project uncertain (Spokane Spokesman)
Tacomans propose charter schools (Tacoma News Tribune)
Debating state’s Discover Pass (Tacoma News Tribune)
Clark considers rural area zoning (Vancouver Columbian)

Share on Facebook