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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)

Reviewing primary for treasurer (Boise Statesman)
Clarkston planning ahead for pot (Lewiston Tribune)
Finance problems in Whitman County (Moscow News)
Moscow may craft new off-leash dog park site (Moscow News)
Candidate forums planned in Canyon (Nampa Press Tribune)
UI worked on managing new gun laws (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho cost of living rises toward nation’s (Nampa Press Tribune)
Pocatello groups to oppose LGBT ordinance (Pocatello Journal)
Capital for a Day at Bonners Ferry (Sandpoint Bee)
2nd district candidates battle on earmarks (TF Times News)

Lane Community College may raise tuition (Eugene Register Guard)
Heat wave in Western Oregon (Eugene Register Guard, Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Voting registration period ends (KF Herald & News)
Henley Elementary ground breaks Friday (KF Herald & News)
Frogs and cattle grazing working together (KF Herald & News)
Jackson County commission races reviewed (Ashland Tidings)
Heavy road work coming at Phoenix (Medford Tribune)
Kitzhaber opposes coal exports from NW (Pendleton East Oregognian)
Hermiston preps for full-day kindergarten (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Coach Ramsay dies (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesman Journal)
Seeking more catchable fish from hatcheries (Portland Oregonian)
Landslide closes Silver Falls trail (Salem Statesman Journal)

Hot weather in western WA (Everett Herald, Longview News)
Ferry fees rising again (Everett Herald)
Scaling down mudslide efforts (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, Yakima Herald Republic, Longview News)
Stress found in common core testing (Kennewick Herald)
Cowlitz housing cuts payments for disabled (Longview News)
Seqium moves its transit hub (Port Angeles News)
Looking ahead to cruise ship stops at PA (Port Angeles News)
Seattle considers tax for city parks (Seattle Times)
‘Brenda’ back to work on tunneling (Seattle Times)
Spokane plans re-fo tax ballot issue (Spokane Spokesman)
Idaho health exchange draws way past target (Spokane Spokesman)
Blazers coach Ramsay dies (Vancouver Columbian)
New I-5 bridge coalition forming (Vancouver Columbian)
Union Gap rejects pot businesses (Yakima Herald Republic)

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