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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)

IF city passes new budget (IF Post Register)
Several small school districts plan levies (IF Post Register)
Republicans in conflict again over BBQ (IF Post Register)
Campuses look at open carry costs (Lewiston Tribune)
Plans ahead for dredging on lower Snake River (Lewiston Tribune)
UI cuts decrees and reorganizes academics (Moscow News)
Wheat inspections give Palouse farmers clearance (Moscow News)
Governor’s group backs Medicaid expansion (Nampa Press Tribune)
Former Representative Hansen dies (Pocatello Journal)
Carmike 7 demolition on the way (Pocatello Journal)
Snake River jump preparations still in place (TF Times News)

Benton prepares to build roundabout (Corvallis Gazette)
OSU research gets help from Wal-Mart (Corvallis Gazette)
Protest at Springfield after cop dog shooting (Eugene Register Guard)
Klamath airport expansion helped with grant (KF Herald & News)
Pendleton Grain Growers lays off 85 (Pendleton E Oregonian)
OR Transport Commission sets $42m for projects (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Board asks financial aid for 36k students (Portland Oregonian)
OR working on stronger autism therapy funding (Portland Oregonian)
Report calls for statewide OR retirement plan (Salem Statesman Journal)

Port Orchard gets discount on water from Bremerton (Bremerton Sun)
Western WA fires doused by rain (Bremerton Sun)
Port Orchard buys eyesore building to raze it (Bremerton Sun)
Longview approves big tap water study (Longview News)
Supreme Court: some state pension raises can be dropped (Vancouver Columbian, Longview News)
Herrera Beutler: Republicans need Obamacare alternative (Longview News)
Reconsidering Everett noise ordinance, roosters (Everett Herald)
State will increase mental health beds by 50 (Olympian)
Port Angeles school converted to pot factory? (Port Angeles News)
Port Angeles said to solve financial issues (Port Angeles News)
Psychiatric boarding ruling putting some on streets? (Seattle Times)
Metro plans low-income low-fare cards (Seattle Times)
Top national pot conference at Tacoma Dome (Tacoma News Tribune)
Murray says VA is getting better (Vancouver Columbian)
Agreement would keep pesticides from salmon (Vancouver Columbian)

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