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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)

Indian poker hinges on chance or skill (Boise Statesman)
Most Idahoans are OK with state’s roads (IF Post Register)
Who’s in charge at the Idaho GOP? (Lewiston Tribune)
WA pot must be kept from minors (Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Palouse farm tracts increase in value (Moscow News)
UI prepares for guns on campus (Moscow News)
Nampa elementary school building becomes church (Nampa Press Tribune)
St Luke’s contests loss of property tax exemption (Nampa Press Tribune)
Budgets come to Nampa city council (Nampa Press Tribune)
Shifts in state workforce training after Chobani (TF Times News)
Questions about new 80 mph speeds on interstates (TF Times News)
Ag-gag critics may try using drones (TF Times News)

Criticism of planned Eugene sick leave policy (Eugene Register Guard)
UO accused of unfairness toward ousted players (Eugene Register Guard)
Eugene garbage rates may rise (Eugene Register Guard)
Debate over ATV use on state park land (KF Herald & News)
Klamath faces public safety vote (KF Herald & News)
SOU book store sold to Barnes & Noble (Ashland Tidings)
Jackson Co has limited pot restrictions (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Construction market grows around Medford (Medford Tribune)
Illegal forest harvesters at work (Medford Tribune)
Hermiston gets new city manager (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Some Round-Up events will be broadcast (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Washington prepares for pot sales (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Some Cover Oregon execs paid not to leave (Portland Oregonian)
More bee deaths reported in Oregon (Salem Statesman Journal)

Cannabis may be sold from food truck (Everett Herald)
Burlington Northern reports 10 oil trains/week (Everett Herald, Vancouver Columbian)
110 goats chomp overgrowth near mall (Everett Herald)
Kennewick waterfront hires architect (Kennewick Herald)
Culture of vit plant on safety a concern (Kennewick Herald)
Washington readies for pot sales (Vancouver Columbian, Kennewick Herald, Longview News)
Traffic lights change on Longview’s W Main (Longview News)
Movie released on dam-less Elwha River (Port Angeles News)
Seattle City Light seeks refund on PR effort (Seattle Times)
Port of Seattle raising minimum wage (Seatttle Times)
McMorris Rodgers takes on ex-im bank (Spokane Spokesman)
Avista branch looks into natural gas (Spokane Spokesman)
Questions about Tacoma gun turn-in (Tacoma News Tribune)
Clark Co economy still growing (Vancouver Columbian)
Survey says Hanford workers fear blowing whistle (Yakima Herald Republic)
Aftermath of the Cottonwood 2 fire (Yakma Herald Republic)

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