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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)

Meridian firm DBSI ex-exec sentenced to prison (Idaho Statesman)
Treefort back, though yet profitless (Idaho Statesman)
Boise tailgating ordinance permanent (Idaho Statesman)
Energy conference at IF focuses on nuclear (IF Post Register, Pocatello Journal)
Rural post offices set to be downsized (IF Post Register)
Latah county hold summit with solid waste people (Moscow News)
Whitman Co microwave dishes may be replaced (Moscow News)
Burnett moving back to law classroom (Moscow News)
New Terry Reilly clinic opening in Nampa (Nampa Press Tribune)
Parking fees considered for Nampa library area (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho gas prices above national average (Pocatello Journal)
Gas explorer credit downgraded (TF Times News)

Profits rising at Eugene-area hospitals (Eugene Register Guard)
KF health department moves to new site (KF Herald & News)
Earthquake swarm hits Lakeview area (KF Health & News)
Josephine County sheriff has staff problems (Ashland Tidings)
Medical pot dispensary reopens at Ashland (Medford Tribune)
Boating hazards with low reservoirs (Medford Tribune)
Crop yield low in n-central OR (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Reduction in members on convention board (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Pot shops in Vancouver have uneasy time (Portland Oregonian)
More fire funds soought by Forest Service (Salem Statesman Journal)

State working on ferry issues (Bremerton Sun)
Lake management district proposed in Kitsap (Bremerton Sun)
North Kitsap schools cut class sizes (Bremerton Sun)
Hanford contractor ordered to rehire whistleblower (Kennewick Herald)
Liveability at Jefferson/Clallam assessed (Port Angeles News)
One person crews for trains? (Vancouver Columbian)
Long waits for users at Kaiser pharmacy (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima schools increasing teacher spots (Yakima Herald Republic)

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