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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)

Looking at BSU tuition increases and costs (Boise Statesman)
Scientists go to work on wildfires (Boise Statesman)
Reviewing teacher certification options (Lewiston Tribune)
Nampa considers police militarization (Nampa Press Tribune)
Your Health Idaho getting new technology (Nampa Press Tribune)
Students dislike healthier food (TF Times News)

Lane College celebrating 50 years (Eugene Register Guard)
Removing the last from Lakeview uranium mines (KF Herald & News)
Mental health services expanding in Jackson (Medford Tribune)
What are Eagle Point schools doing on guns? (Medford Tribune)
Profiling gov candidate Dennis Richardson (Portland Oregonian)
Reviewing marijuana initiative (Salem Statesman Journal)
Oregon Corrections Enterprises recovers (Salem Statesman Journal)

Revising plan for central Kitsap college (Bremerton Sun)
WSU campus at Everett nears its build (Everett Herald)
Olympia considers how to fix downtown (Olympian)
Wolves create backcountry tensions (Seattle Times)
Reviewing I-594 on gun sales (Seattle Times, Yakima Herald Republic)
Renewing Idaho’s Clark Fork delta area (Spokane Spokesman)
New street levy planned for Spokane (Spokane Spokesman)
Reviewing class size initiative (Tacoma News Tribune)
Overview of Flemming-Young county council (Tacoma News Tribune)
Bias charged in review of oil terminal (Vancouver Columbian)
Sheriff stays out of reace to replace him (Vancouver Columbian)
Arguing for logging as fire prevention (Yakima Herald Republic)
Man in the High Castle films in Roslyn (Yakima Herald Republic)

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