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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)

Trader Joe’s opens at Boise (Boise Statesman)
State wolf managers review policy (Boise Statesman)
Guns on campus bill progresses (Boise Statesman, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune, Sandpoint Bee)
Fish & Game killed 23 wolves at Lolo (Lewiston Tribune)
Disputes over Hawkins development persist (Moscow News)
New UI president Staben takes over (Moscow News)
Dissatisfaction over Caldwell downtown (Nampa Press Tribune)
Ag-gag bill signed into law (Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News)
Bill to adjust state corrections advances (TF Times News)

Clammers want EPA to review Coos port (Coos Bay World)
Lane County executive spot filled (Eugene Register Guard)
Bill would aid Hynix site renewal (Eugene Register Guard)
KF medical pot dispensaries legal locally (KF Herald & News)
Acrimony in departure of fair manager (KF Herald & News)
Medical pot limited in Central Point (Medford Tribune)
Renewal eneergy bill goe to governor (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Construction flaws noted in Hanford tanks (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Manager says she was scapegoated on Cover Oregon (Portland Oregonian)
Profile of Senate contender Monica Wehby (Portland Oregonian)
House passes Washington Co urban boundary (Portland Oregonian)
Medical pot dispensary law in effect (Salem Statesman Journal)
Drought levels show improvement (Salem Statesman Journal)

Few changes in ferry schedules (Bremerton Sun)
Students will help update Port Orchard comp plan (Bremerton Sun)
Emeritus Senior living examined (Everett Herald)
More funds for Arlington schools (Everett Herald)
Concerns about Hanford tank construction (Kennewick Herald, Vancouver Columbian)
Computer servers at Ki-Be schools examined (Kennewick Herald)
Crack found in Columbia dam (Seattle Times, Yakima Herald Republic)
Corporate sales fast at Chambers golf course (Seattle Times)
Seattle re-consider car for hire industry (Seattle Times)
Spokane public market sales down, closes (Spokane Spokesman)
Locke’s departure from China acrimonious (Evrett Herald, Spokane Spokesman)
College Real Hope Act in force, sort of (Tacoma News Tribune)
Investigator finds touble in transit system (Tacoma News Tribune)
Men charges on federal pot law violations (Tacoma News Tribune)
Yakima will go after pot revenue (Yakima Herald Republic)

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