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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)

Still family farms out there (Boise Statesman)
Environmental groups helped oust Pearce, Barrett (IF Post Register)
Tourists arrive in northern Fremont Co (IF Post Register)
Clarkston continues pot moratorium (Lewiston Tribune)
Moscow’s north of downtown area under review (Moscow News)
Greenleaf continues alcohol ban (Nampa Press Tribune)
Canyon canvasses election results (Nampa Press Tribune)
Raven poison plans held off (Nampa Press Tribune)
Magnida fertilizer plant appealed by ConAgra (Pocatello Tribune)
Population loss in Pocatello, Chubbuck, Blackfoot (Pocatello Journal)
Long waits for state lab results (TF Times News)

Traffic backup leads to ODOT apology (Eugene Register Guard)
Eugene’s Willamette St goes bike-friendly (Eugene Register Guard)
Hoopa Valley Tribe complains on water deal (KF Herald & News)
Grass fire hits near Ashland (Ashland Tidings)
Supreme Court rejects claim by Jacksonville Bush protesters (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Pendleton prison lockdown after fights (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Loren Parks contributes to driver card battle (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Oregon divides on GMO battles (Portland Oregonian)
GMO task force will convene Friday (Salem Statesman Journal)
Salem ends downtown improvement district (Salem Statesman Journal)

New trail may run from Arlington to Stanwood (Everett Herald)
Kennewick schools call for road extension (Kennewick Herald)
Longview tries to clean Lake Sacajawea (Longview News)
Return of an off-leash dog park (Olympian)
Seattle sets new 6-month record for rain (Olympian)
Spokane councilor Salvatori resigns (Spokane Spokesman)
Standoff on filling Clark Co commission spot (Vancouver Columbian)
Clark Co prohibits marijuana business (Vancouver Columbian)
Clark Co considers new charter (Vancouver Columbian)
Union Gap will allow poty business (Yakima Herald Republic)

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