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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)

Parole director Craven retiring (Boise Statesman)
UI building an innovation center (Lewiston Tribune)
WA gun initiatives becoming well funded (Moscow News)
Freshmen moving into WSU (Moscwo News)
Construction on library moving ahead (Nampa Press Tribune)
Nampa teachers union enrollment rising (Nampa Press Tribune)

Corvallis waits for housing study (Corvallis Gazette)
UO looking into sports products program (Eugene Register Guard)
Drone watches football practices at SOU (Ashland Tidings)
Fire, lightning danger returning to Cascades (Medford Tribune)
Oregon increases funding for disabled (Medford Tribune)
More people signing up for Medicaid (Portland Oregonian)
Courtney pushes school seismic repairs (Salem Statesman Journal)

Kitsap housing market rises again (Bremerton Sun)
Red Apple market changes owners (Bremerton Sun)
New water park considered new Monroe (Everett Herald)
Housing at college might be held off (Everett Herald)
Money pours into two gun initiatives (Yakima Herald Republic, Kennewick Herald, Longview News)
New federal Indian rules: more casinos? (Olympian)
Highway stretches named for Vietnam vets (Spokane Spokesman)
Education and jobs intended for $1.1m grant (Vancouver Columbian)

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