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Posts published in “Day: June 16, 2014”

In the Briefings

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On June 10 Fish and Game conservation officers and biologists responded to reports of a moose wandering around a southeast Boise neighborhood. The yearling female moose was spotted in various locations including Warm Springs Golf Course. Because the moose had been slowly moving closer to town, Southwest Regional Wildlife Manager Craig White made the decision to tranquilize it, and relocate it. The moose was taken out of the city and moved to a more remote location off Highway 21. (image/Department of Fish & Game)

 

Politics continued to pour in last week, polling in Oregon (Senate and governor) and the Republican convention in Idaho - a remarkable convention that broke up in rancor without electing leadership or passing a platform or resolutions. it drew a good deal of attention, some of it national since the honorary chair, Representative Raul Labrador, is also running for House majority leader.

A somewhat quieter week on the Washington side.

On the front pages

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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)

Pot-friendly zoning planned for Clarkston (Lewiston Tribune)
Reviewing GOP convention (Moscow News)
Genesee honors agriculture (Moscow News)
Previewing Labrador's majority leader run (TF Times News)
Prescription drugs proving a gatewway to heroin (TF Times News)

UO may get up to $3 billion from very wealthy (Eugene Register Guard)
Ashland will consider pot dispensary rules (Ashland Tidings)
Organic agriculture brings in younger farmers (Ashland Tidings)
Lithia to buy DCH Auto Group, expands (Medford Tribune)
Crater Lake highway gets new traffic cameras (Medford Tribune)
Sea lions may be increasing in Columbia (Portland Oregonian)

Court hearing on Paine Field passenger service (Everett Herald)
State posts PSAs on parental pot discussions (Everett Herald)
Port Angeles may pay for hydro plant repairs (Port Angeles News)
Washington concerned about oil spill control (Vancouver Columbian, Port Angeles News)
Starbucks funding some college tuition (Seattle Times)
Battle over developing South Hill bluff (Spokane Spokesman)
Security concerns at U.S. Open, University Place (Tacoma News Tribune)
No bike lanes in waterfront plans? (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakama tribe concerned over hatchery regs (Yakima Herald Republic)