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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)

Tract near library may be developed (Boise Statesman)
Farm bill helping forests (Boise Statesman)
Counties on who pay for indigent health (Lewiston Tribune)
Moscow considers pedestrian routes, disabled (Moscow News)
80 mph speed limits? (Pocatello Journal)
Keough wants boating act revised (Sandpoint Bee)
Tablets in jail (TF Times News)
Schools getting set up for wireless (TF Times News)
More debate over Snake canyon jump (TF Times News)

Benton County cracks down on e-cigs (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Regional climate center set for Corvallis (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Parking plan draws outrage (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Independent board for OIT? (KF Herald & News)
Drought called for Klamath (KF Herald & News)
Ashland monitors drought conditions (Ashland Tidings)
Viral hit on Ashland ISP (Ashland Tidings)
Medford teacher battle goes critical (Medford Tribune)
Medford might expand sports park (Medford Tribune)
Abuse at Eagle Point school, legal settlement (Medford Tribune)
Pendleton discusses drone tests (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Bill to end some chemical in child products (Portland Oregonian)
Oregon cub removed from endangered list (Portland Oregonian)

Bed bugs at Snohomish work center (Everett Herald)
Former school chief gets reprimand (Kennewick Herald)
Kelso considers drug shelters (Longview News)
Clallam corrections continues lockdown (Port Angles News)
Clallam hearings examiner named (Port Angeles News)
Elk deaths tagged to infection (Port Angeles News)
Microsoft’s new CEO reviewed (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune)
New police contract released (Spokane Spokesman)
Avista seeks higher rates (Spokane Spokesman)
Boeing South Carolina work said incomplete (Tacoma News Tribune)
Special transportation session proposed (Vancouver Columbian)
Farm bill helps Yakima area crops (Yakima Herald Republic)

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