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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)

Nampa okays new traffic pattern and library (Boise Statesman)
Big new Broadway Ford building in IF (IF Post Register)
Iona in forced annexation battle (IF Post Register)
Simpson on stringer EPA arsenic standards (IF Post Register)
More time for ice skating rink lease (Lewiston Tribune)
Teacher shortage growing in Washington (Moscow News)
Pullman tries to use more green eneregy (Moscow News)
District court at Latah puts in budget request (Moscow News)
Searching for new College of Idaho president (Nampa Press Tribune)
Money heads into anti-wolf program (Nampa Press Tribune)
Road work leads to sewage overflows (Pocatello Journal)
School bond narrowly fails at North Gem (Pocatello Journal)
Hunters opposing White Clouds monument (TF Times News)
Transportation Department hit will asbestos fine (TF Times News)

Road work will worsen Eugene traffic (Eugene Register Guard)
Blue Mountain Recovery Center may be demolished (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Higher salary for new Cover Oregon leader (Portland Oregonian)

Port Orchards rejects pot sale restrictions (Bremerton Sun)
Inslee proposes new water quality plan (Spokane Spokesman, Everett Herald, Yakima Herald Republic)
John Koster reviewing his county ombudsman role (Everett Herald)
Reynolds smelter buildings at Longview demolished (Longview News)
Mass of air samples tested at Hanford (Kennewick Herald)
Port Angeles business groups consider unity (Port Angeles News)
Short supply in pot stores (Seattle Times)
First Spokane pot buyer now without a job (Spokane Spokesman)
Shipping firm back at Tacoma after 31 years (Tacoma News Tribune)
Vancouver marijuana shop opens doors (Vancouver Columbian)
More complaints about fireworks this year (Vancouver Columbian)

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