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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 state AG contest (Boise Statesman)
Boise city gets tracts from Day family (Boise Statesman)
Fish & Game warn of wildlife feeding (IF Post Register)
Gallina replaces Acey on superior WA court (Lewiston Tribune)
Lawsuit challenging WA pot taxation (Lewiston Tribune)
Dispute over rules for bighorn sheep (Lewiston Tribune)
Dogs not allowed in UI facilities (Moscow News)
WSU tuition not rising in coming year (Moscow News)
Bujak, former prosecutor, not guilty (Nampa Press Tribune)
Legislative candidates in denate (Nampa Press Tribune)
Ground breaks at Portneuf Wellness Center (Pocatello Tribune)
Schools won’t fill in charter-sought forms (TF Times News)
Reviewing Lt Gov contest (TF Times News)

Gardiner Sanitary District board recalled (Coos Bay World)
Cover Oregon will may agents $900k (Coos Bay World)
Looking ahead to fire season (Coos Bay World)
A look at food stamp fraud ring (KF Herald & News)
Mule deer tag numbers rising (KF Herald & News)
SOU president didn’t get other job (Ashland Tidings)
Recall attempt at Medford schools fails (Medford Tribune)
Campsite rules changes at Rogue/Siskiyou (Medford Tribune)
Bankrupt business may not repay city loan (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Walden hits hard on primary challenge (Portland Oregonian)
CEO of SAIF dismissed by board (Salem Statesman Journal)
Ward 8 council campaign in review (Salem Statesman Journal)

Machinists union leaders re-elected (Everett Herald)
Oso mudslide debris being cleared out (Everett Herald)
Kennewick senior priest dies (Kennewick Herald)
Finding help for displaced owls (Kennewick Herald)
School districts try for no child waivers (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Massive expansion of BMW carbon fiber plan (Seattle Times)
State looks closely at hillside logging (Seattle Times)
N Idaho Republicans deeply split (Spokane Spokesman)
Johnny’s Seafood back at Tacoma (Tacoma News Tribune)
Suit challenges WA pot taxation (Vancouver Columbian)
Stewart seeks commission seat (Vancouver Columbian)
How to improve I-205? (Vancouver Columbian)
Good cherry crop predicted (Yakimma Herald Republic)

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