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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)

Idaho above average for federal money (Lewiston Tribune)
Asotin Judge Acet retires (Lewiston Tribune)
Whitman land transfer planned (Moscow News)
Swan Falls camp area may be upgraded (Nampa Press Tribune)
Obamacare signup period ends (Nampa Press Tribune)
Bankruptcy for Coldwater Creek? (Sandpoint Bee)
TF schools may sell land (TF Times News)

Former UO b-ball coach now at WSU (Eugene Register Guard)
Gonorrhea battle advances at UO (Eugene Register Guard)
New charter school at KF, Hope Art Academy (KF Herald & News)
40 KF area soldiers headed to Afghanistan (KF Herald & News)
Signup push at Cover Oregon (Portland Oregonian, Medford Tribune, KF Herald & News)
Home rentals to tourists, cracked down (Ashland Tidings)
Explosion at natural gas plant in WA (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Fewer taco trucks, 3, in Hermiston (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Blue Mountain Recovery Center closes (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Stillaguamish mudslide: overlogging (Portland Oregonian)
West Salem cancer rates examined (Salem Statesman Journal)
Polk county finance considered (Salem Statesman Journal)

Inslee seeks more mudslide aid (Seattle Times, Everett Herald)
Stillaguamish logging preceded mud (Spokane Spokesman, Vancouver Columbian, Kennewick Herald, Longview News)
Natural gas explosion near Plymouth (Vancouver Columbian, Kennewick Herald)
State wants more Hanford assurances (Kennewick Herald)
Health exchange signups conclude (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Longview News)
Longview Community House scales back meals (Longview News)
Spokane sprawl limitation plan vetoed (Spokane Spokesman)
Franciscan Health at Tacoma computer-hacked (Tacoma News Tribune)
New recycling effort at Yakima (Yakima Herald Republic)

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