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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)

80 mph speed limit signs going up (Boise Statesman)
New Garden city library facilities added (Boise Statesman)
Otter opposes immigrant children in state (IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune, Pocatello Journal)
IF campus of ISU expanding (IF Post Register)
Costs in fire station replacement (IF Post Register)
Ballfield construction continues at Moscow (Lewiston Tribune)
Courthouse disputes over Canyon budhet (Nampa Press Tribune)
Sockeye recovery plan released (TF Times News)

Coburg filling business park (Eugene Register Guard)
Asbestos may be in remains of mill fire (Eugene Register Guard)
New US citizens sworn in (KF Herald & News)
New rule would ban smoking on all beaches (KF Herald & News)
Buckley and Bates at Ashland town hall (Ashland Tidings)
Medford seeing construction boom (Medford Tribune)
Jackson County working on pot siting rules (Medford Tribune)
Local officials review range for drones (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Firefighters prepare for more big fires (Pendleton E Oregonian)
What would pot tax generate? Estimate: $38.5m (Portland Oregonian)
Uber de facto taxis service up at Vancouver (Portland Oregonian)
Cool, wet weather easing fires (Salem Statesman Journal)

Kitsap assessor candidates face off (Bremerton Sun)
Unfair labor charged at Central Kitsap Fire (Bremerton Sun)
Train waiting times increase at Marysville (Everett Herald)
Everett coffee shop accepts bitcoins (Everett Herald)
Boeing hit with age discrimination charge (Everett Herald)
Budget increase for Hanford in Senate review (Kennewick Herald)
Free meals will be offered at Richland school (Kennewick Herald)
Longview city manager Gregory quits (Longview News)
Closure of Weyerhaeuser land irritates (Longview News)
Old Bellevie rail yard may become light rail (Seattle Times)
Declining numbers of marine birds in area (Seattle Times)
Parks funding plan draws political battle (Seattle Times)
United Grain labor battle increases (Vancouver Columbian)
Vancouver school chief gets pay raise (Vancouver Columbian)
Free meals for students at Yakima (Yakima Herald Republic)
Several Yakima-area school buildings progress (Yakima Herald Republic)

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