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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)

State spending $30 million a year on private attorneys (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune)
Boise may get a bike share (Boise Statesman)
Plenty of truck driving jobs (Lewiston Tribune)
Latah county candidates emerge (Moscow News)
Whitman County approves levy (Moscow News)
Agriculture education bill progresses (Nampa Press Trobune)
Snowpack in Idaho improving (Pocatello Journal)
Planning for memorial field (Sandpoint Bee)
More discussion on possible Canyon jump (TF Times News)
Wolf control bill discussed (TF Times News)
Filer still investigating dog shooting (TF Times News)

More debate over Klamath sheriff budget (KF Herald & News)
Jeld-Wen gets new president (KF Herald & News)
Mount Ashland getting more snow (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Medford Jazz Festival renamed (Ashland Tidings)
Portland preparing for teacher strike (Medford Tribune)
Blue Mountain psych center may get inmate use (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Merkley at Umatilla town hall meeting (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Hermiston looks for new city manager (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Legislature becoming more partisann (Portland Oregonian)
heav wind downs trees and power for 10,000 (Portland Oregonian)
Arts commission may shift organization (Salem Statesman Journal)
Still some drought around Oregon (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bill would allow ads in state parks (Everett Herald)
Out of state bidding for work on ferries? (Everett Herald)
Ferry riders may use electronic toll pay (Everett Herald)
New plant might be built at Hanford (Kennewick Herald)
Political impact of Inslee on death penalty? (Longview News)
Rain and winds expected this week (Vancouver Columbian, Longivew News)
Plans to restore the 3 Crabs area (Post Angeles News)
Top salaries for aides to Seattle mayor (Seattle Times)
Exploring offshore wind power generation (Seattle Times)
Spokane city may drop opposition to casino (Spokane Spokesman)
Gay rights backers at Idaho statehouse (Spokane Spokesman)
No flooding, but drought threat diminishes (Tacoma News Tribune)
Longview waterfront gets new backer (Vancouver Columbian)
Maybe heavy snow at Snoqualmie (Yakima Herald Republic)
Dream Act measure may pass legislature (Yakima Herald Republic)

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