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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)

More people show at Nez Perce Co fair (Lewiston Tribune)
Record grain harvest in northern Idaho (Lewiston Tribune)
Moscow-Pullman climate-awareness march held (Moscow News)
ID minimum wage half of living wage (Moscow News)
BioLife Plasma plans Nampa opening (Nampa Press Tribune)
COMPASS looks at I-84 plans (Nampa Press Tribune)

Efforts to bring back monarch butterflies (Medford Tribune)
Renaming a bridge for Al Densmore (Medford Tribune)
Containing the Scoggins Creek fire (Portland Oregonian)

Green Mountain Mining hours expand (Everett Herald)
Voting post card goes out to voters (Everett Herald)
Longview had a hot summer (Longview News)
Charity costs at hospitals declining (Olympian)
Tacoma considers how to keep text messages (Tacoma News Tribune)
Oregon considers response to pot initiative (Vancouver Columbian)
Reviewing House race in District 17 (Vancouver Columbian)

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