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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)

Idahoans may be major fish eaters (Boise Statesman)
Otter critical of closed GOP primary (Lewiston Tribune)
Northwest and changing climate (Moscow News)
Battle for Ringo House seat (Moscow News)
Pullman deals with loss of no child exemption (Moscow News)
Nampa’s Dale may run for Canyon commission (Nampa Press Tribune)
New Bujak trial beginning (Nampa Press Tribune)
The GOP battle for state controller (Nampa Press Tribune)
Evaluating Bannock fair board battle (Pocatello Journal)
New Holiday Inn Express opens in Pocatello (Pocatello Journal)
Sandpoint reviews sign ordinances (Sandpoint Bee)
Jerome okays canyon jump plan (TF Times News)
Gooding considers recall of school trustee (TF Times News)
McCain project delay worries potato farmers (TF Times News)

Corvallis parking plan heads toward finish (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Concerns about UO sex abuse investigation (Eugene Register Guard)
Criticisms arise of Klamath water deal (KF Herald & News)
Noonan farms plan reorganization (KF Herald & News)
Medical pot shop closes at Ashland (Ashland Tidings)
Restoration of Oxbow area flood plain (Pendleton East Oregonian)
The Wehby-Conger Senate contest (Portland Oregonian)
Child advocates at Salem losing staff (Salem Statesman Journal)
Climate change effects felt in region (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal)
Salem ward 2 race draws a battle (Salem Statesman Journal)

Oso will feature in land use court case (Everett Herald)
Possibility of WSU tuition freeze (Kennewick Herald)
Climate change effects felt in region (Seattle Times, Spokane Spokesman, Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic, Kennewick Herald, Longview News)
Benton approves more staffing for jail (Kennewick Herald)
Under-free city councilor Franklin praised at meeting (Longview News)
Considering Olympic peninsula historic buildings (Port Angeles News)
Fishermen upset by steelhead agreement (Port Angeles News)
Big-money fighting on transport projects (Seattle Times)
Evaluating Spokane downtown renovation (Spokane Spokesman)
Tacoma chrter change may include strong mayor (Tacoma News Tribune)
What’s the DUI line on pot in WA? (Tacoma News Tribune)
Vancouver backs off air museum takeover plan (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima parks issue goes to November ballot (Yakima Herald Republic)

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