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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)

Canyon Fair ousted from Simplot Stadium (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho water situation improves (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho: nation’s highest payday loan rates (Nampa Press Tribune)
Poachers digging deep into game (TF Times News)

Reviewing Republican U.S. Senate race (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Big expansion by Eugene Urgent Care (Eugene Register Guard)
Farmers in conflict over GMOs (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Jackson budget funds libraries (Ashland Tidings)
Looks like more rain in the spring (Medford Tribune)
Salem Health pushes to demolish building (Salem Statesman Journal)
Long-term health insurance costs rise (Salem Statesman Journal)

Oso mudslide cases tax revenue loss (Everett Herald)
Everett schools hope for bonds (Everett Herald)
Haven Energy promises strong safety at terminal (Longview News)
Replacing Neah Bay pier (Port Angeles News)
Debate rises over Seattle $15 minimum wage (Seattle Times)
More work on Spokane-Cheney road (Spokane Spokesman)
Debate over ‘culminating projects’ for high school (Spokane Spokesman)
When Obama visits Oso (Tacoma News Tribune)
Cutting trash costs with lower frequency (Tacoma News Tribune)
Clark sees more cases of identity theft (Vancouver Columbian)
Starting repairs on Wanpum Dam (Yakima Herald Republic)

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