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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)

FBI inquires into CCA Idaho operations (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune, Pocatello Journal)
Valley Ride extra stops banned (Boise Statesman)
NNU gets biggest gift in history (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune)
Budget panel wraps budget (Lewiston Tribune)
Pot research ahead (Moscow News)
WSU’s Floyd looks ahead (Moscow News)
Levies for school districts on Tuesday (Moscow News)
New Nampa schools chief, David Peterson (Nampa Press Tribune)
ISU ‘adds the words’ in student rights (Pocatello Journal)
Rethinking Wood River water management (TF Times News)

Legislature sets budget, ends (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal, KF Herald & News, Corvallis Gazette Times, Ashland Tidings)
White City mill reopens with funding (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Elk may be hunted on refuge (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Refuge bird numbers hold up (KF Herald & News)
Low snowfall at Mt Ashland (Ashland Tidings)
Packing heat at Milton Freewater city hall (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Wanapum Dam crack still not repaired (Portland Oregonian)
CRC ends its hoped for run (Portland Oregonian)
Salem-Keizer district leader nominees (Salem Statesman Journal)

Managing waste at tank AY-102 (Kennewick Herald)
Wanapum Dam hydropower ceases (Kennewick Herald)
Many more seals at Ranier (Longview News)
Seattle tunnel efforts continue (Seattle Times)
Boeing finds cracks in Dreamliner wings (Seattle Times)
Legislative conflict over teacher evaluation (Tacoma News Tribune)
Pierce County pot grower has legal issues (Tacoma News Tribune)
FBI investigates CCA prison in Idaho (Spokane Spokesman)
CRC efforts conclude in Oregon (Vancouver Columbian)
Inslee wants money for oil safety (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima-Ellensburg bus run may quit (Yakima Herald Republic)
More stoned drivers, but not more accidents (Yakima Herald Republic)
Yakima Ecology office may move (Yakima Herald Republic)

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