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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)

Albertsons says it stopped a data breach (Boise Statesman)
George Hansen dies at Pocatello (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register)
Variable results in Idaho SATs (Boise Statesman, Pocatello Journal)
Taxes may rise 11% in Moscow (Lewiston Tribune)
College students head back to universities (Moscow News)
New Highway 16 bridge near Boise opens (Nampa Press Tribune)
Mortgage consumer complaints cutting back (Nampa Press Tribune)
State board allows for ISU program reductions (Pocatello Journal)

New developer bridge over Delta area (Eugene Register Guard)
Path might endanger iconic rhododendrons (Eugene Register Guard)
Interfor may run biomass effort at Gilchrist (KF Herald & News)
Officials ask for revised rules on drought (KF Herald & News)
ODOT seeks Hwy 97 overpass for wildlife (KF Herald & News)
Students return to college campuses (Ashland Tidings)
State considers I-5 overpass for ducks (Medford Tribune)
Drones deemed hazardous to firefighters (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Drought still hitting Oregon hard (Portland Oregonian)
Wyden asks for surveillance changes (Salem Statesman Journal)
Prices change at Oregon State Fair (Salem Statesman Journal)

Ferries administrator put on leave (Bremerton Sun)
County property tax errors cost $1m (Bremerton Sun)
Everett devises anti-flood plan (Everett Herald)
Oso-area community finally reconnected by road (Everett Herald)
Waste burial tests suggest hope at Hanford (Kennewick Herald)
Potatoes damaged by heavy heat (Kennewick Herald)
Tacoma Dome hold convention for pot business (Longview News)
Overloaded ferry turned back (Seattle Times, Breemerton Sun)
Local police load up military gear (Spokane Spokesman)
Revised Sprague connector links to I-5 (Tacoma News Tribune)
Summer in Vancouver hottest ever (Vancouver Columbian)
Herrera Beutler, others discuss forest plans (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima schools chief Beraza will retire (Yakima Herald Republic)

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