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On the front pages


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)

Nampa school levy planned (Boise Statesman)
Eighth and Main building opens (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune)
Boise’s Bieter plans new economic approach (Boise Statesman)
Rules on cattle disease (Lewiston Tribune)
Phillips seeks return to Bonner commission (Sandpoint Bee)
Looking toward low water (TF Times News)

Fred Meyer and the civic stadium (Eugene Register Guard)
Merkley at Klamath town hall (KF Herald & News)
Cover Oregon insurance activity (KF Herald & News)
Man deals with medical marijuana, pills (Medford Tribune)
Minimum wage in Oregon, and Idaho (Portland Oregonian)
Cover Oregon security leaks said fixed (Salem Statesman Journal)
New downtown Salem parking rules (Salem Statesman Journal)

Veteran home funds at risk (Kennewick Herald)
Rising property taxes at Cowlitz (Longview News)
Chinook run expected to be large (Longview News)
Single-serve coffee pods catching on (Seattle Times)
State files suit over bridge costs (Tacoma News Tribune)
Freeholders still mulling Clark government shape (Vancouver Columbian)
EFSEC board reviewing Vancouver oil terminal (Vancouver Columbian)
WA legislators richer, older than population (Yakima Herald Republic)

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