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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)

FCC investigates Idaho’s broadband deal (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register)
Hop farmers benefiting from craft brewing (Boise Statesman)
At Mtn Home, A-10 crafts nears end of life (Boise Statesman)
Boise County sends murder case on road (IF Post Register)
WSU regents okay medical school (Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
WSU names building for Keith Jackson (Moscow News)
Four-way stop set for Middleton-Linden (Nampa Press Tribune)
Sportsplex Idaho names Meridian for site (Nampa Press Tribune)
Salmon Reservoir has toxic algae (TF Times News)

Lots of salmon in Columbia runs (Eugene Register Guard)
Participants try ballot issue speed deciding (Eugene Register Guard)
UO seeking smarter students (Eugene Register Guard)
Movie company boosts rural Klamath (KF Herald & News)
Canal might run under Highway 39 (KF Herald & News)
Jackson renews library operations contract (Medford Tribune)
Quake might demolissh I-5 viaduct (Medford Tribune)
Fish and game fees may rise (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Marijuana legalization debate in Portland (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesman Journal)
False alarm at Mt St Helens eruption (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bremerton port may sell development property (Bremerton Sun)
Enterovirus may be spreading in Washington (Everett Herald)
Whitehorse trail near Oso may be restored (Everett Herald, Olympian)
66 pot tickets from one office may be dropped (Seattle Times)
Lt gov fined on ethics charge on band fundraisers (Seattle Times)
Spokane cops consider video strategy (Spokane Spokesman)
Work begins on Steilacoom bridge (Tacoma News Tribune)
Group fights Clark Co home rule plan (Vancouver Columbian)
Powers of C-Tran board depend on members (Vancouver Columbian)
WSU regents okay medical school (Yakima Herald Republic)

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