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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)

Otter rejects federal anti-prison rape rules (Boise Statesman)
St Anthony fishermans breakfast may end (IF Post Register)
WSU’s Cosmic Crisp apply may hit stores (Moscow News)
Adjusting Moscow-Pullman airport (Moscow News)
New health clinic planned for Potlatch (Moscow News)
Balukoff prepares for Otter run (Nampa Press Tribune)

Quick turnover on S Coast foundation board (Coos Bay World)
4 developers consider riverfront land (Eugene Register Guard)
Commissioner Bozievich narrowly ahead (Eugene Register Guard)
Portland boils water due to e coli (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal, Pendleton East Oregonian, KF Herald & News)
Early opening for Crater Lake (KF Herald & News)
SOU governing board being created (Medford Tribune)
Easter Oregon prison infested with swallows (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Forested homes increase wildfire cost (Salem Statesman Journal)

Another Snohomish jail death (Everett Herald)
Most area bridges old (Everett Herald)
Green Power leader may face more legal trouble (Kennewick Herald)
New Kelso school superintendent chosen (Longview News)
Portland boils water due to e coli (Vancouver Columbian, Olympian, Longview News)
Seattle police see new reorganization (Seattle Times)
New Spokane plaza looking for name (Spokane Spokesman)
Seattle, Tacoma ports pressed into cooperation (Tacoma News Tribune)
Pierce considers mental health probation officer (Tacoma News Tribune)
Medicaid patients crowding Vancouver clinic (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima tests electric bus (Yakima Herald Republic)

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