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On the front pages


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)

Splits among the GOP continue (Boise Statesman)
Health care hiring slows (Boise Statesman)
Education building at UI to be rebuilt (Lewiston Tribune)
State parks rearrange their financing (Lewiston Tribune)
About Magic Valley’s small graduating classes (TF Times News)

On University of Oregon, sexual violence (Eugene Register Guard)
Nature Conservancy helps with wocus transplants (KF Herald & News)
Coos Bay divides over liquid gas project (Portland Oregonian)

Childrens Hospital opens at Everett in August (Everett Herald)
Trios Southridge Hospital prepares to open (Kennewick Herald)
Possible big traffic increase on Columbia (Longview News)
Reviewing VA overload situation (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Changing times for medical pot users (Vancouver Columbian)
Portland water boil order lifted (Vancouver Columbian)
Stormwater rates rise at Clark County Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima farmers try via program for workers (Yakima Herald Republic)

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