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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)

Boise, ACHD bike lane battle continues (Boise Statesman)
Travelers with pot taking risks in Idaho (Boise Statesman)
August was rainy in eastern Idaho (IF Post Register)
Video cams in Pullman cut down crime (Lewiston Tribune)
Pullman classrooms packed full (Moscow News)
McMorris Rodgers on minimum wage debate (Moscow News)
Library square tenants expressing interest (Nampa Press Tribune)
Wheat and barley hit hard by rains (Pocatello Journal)
Pocatello’s south valley connector edges ahead (Pocatello Journal)

Debate over drone at Springfield fire (Eugene Register Guard)
Medford considers gifted tract for new school (Medford Tribune)
Deer virus may be spreading (Medford Tribune)
Oregon files suit against Oracle (Portland Oregoian, Salem Statesman Journal, Pendleton E Oregonian)
Pendleton grain growers close at Hermiston (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Next state park set north of Pacific City (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bremerton chief urges no early AM malt liquor sales (Bremerton Sun)
First Kitsap pot shop set for opening (Bremerton Sun)
More oil and coal trains called ‘crisis’ (Everett Herald)
Ferry conditions create worries (Everett Herald, Kitsap Sun)
Yakima ordered to re-organize city elections (Yakima Herald Republic, Longview News)
State looks for places for mentally ill (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Methow Valley hit hard by flash floods (Seattle Times, Vancouver Columbian)
Seattle zoo’s African elephat dies (Seattle Times)
Fred Mayer may worsen Gig Harbor traffic (Tacoma News Tribune)
Oil transfer project could have $2b effect (Vancouver Columbian)
Another wildfire in Yakima valley (Yakima Herald Republic)

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