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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)

Boise city hall artwork chosen (Boise Statesman)
Efforts to curb dog shootings (Boise Statesman)
Debate over massive Caldwell subdivision (Nampa Press Tribune)
Water levees at risk in Pocatello (Pocatello Journal)
Maybe a new roundabout at Sandpoint (Sandpoint Bee)
Dairies promise to self-regulate (TF Times News)
CSI copes with guns on their campus (TF Times News)

Eugene Water/Electric land by river may be renewed (Eugene Register Guard)
Legislature nears end (Eugene Register Guard)
KF public safety levy planned (KF Herald & News)
PacifiCorps at Link River may be closed (KF Herald & News)
Health exchange still has bugs (Portland Oregonian)
Reviewing the marijuana dispensary regime (Salem Statesman Journal)

Funding sought for new mental health court (Kennewick Herald)
Crack in Wanapum Dam deemed serious (Kennewick Herald)
Yakima wants pot money, but not sales (Longview News)
ACLU, judge on pay-or-appear (Port Angeles News)
Flaws in Hanford tanks (Tacoma News Tribune)
Supreme Court wants school fund changes (Tacoma News Tribune)
Still long calls on health exchange (Vancouver Columbian)
Critics of oil terminal speak out (Vancouver Columbian)
Candidates for Hasting’s House seat (Yakima Herald Republic)
Concerns about changing medical pot law (Yakima Herald Republic)

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