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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)

Appleton’s crash not due to mechanical failure (Boise Statesman)
Nez Perce Co sues Lewiston over urban renewal (Lewiston Tribune)
UI told it could change program offerings (Lewiston Tribune)
Wildfires in northern Idaho ease off (Lewiston Tribune)
Labrador holds Moscow town hall (Moscow News)
Clear cuts near Bovill debated (Moscow News)
Nampa sees less cost on new city attorney deal (Nampa Press Tribune)
Decision coming on Lodge residency issue (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho congressionals cautious on Iraq (Pocatello Journal)
Constitution party rejects own gay gov candidarte (TF Times News)
Wendell school gym would be closed if not repaired (TF Times News)
Rangeland grazing system may be changed (TF Times News)

Corvallis Clinic leader will depart (Corvallis Gazette)
Right to farm law challenged as unconstitutional (Corvallis Gazette)
Eugene drops plan for homeless site (Eugene Register Guard)
Aquifer levels in Klamath area dropping (KF Herald & News)
Eastern Promise school program gets praise (Pendleton E Oregonian)
State ed board highlights weaknesses (Portland Oregonian)

Eagle Habor sewer problems get severe (Bremerton Sun)
What now for psychiatric board in area? (Bremerton Sun)
Snohomish leaders struggle with budget (Everett Herald)
Judge finds CH2M-Hill firm contract breach (Kennewick Herald)
Fault lines at Olympic peninsula reviewed (Port Angeles News)
Neighborhood conflicts over pot growing (Port Angeles News)
SPU shooter had access to lots of guns (Seattle Times)
Water use at Spokane running high (Spokane Spokesman)
Federal judge vacates award against police (Vancouver Columbian)
Charter school supporters raise big treasury (Vancouver Columbian)
Unemployment rate falls to 5.6% (Vancouver Columbian)
Expansion starts on casino at Toppenish (Yakima Herald Republic)
State-county conflict on pot licensing (Yakima Herald Republic)

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