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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)

Whitman indicates HP may grow at Boise (Boise Statesman, TF Times News)
Questions about advance ed degree for Ybarra (Boise Statesman)
Senator blasts federal spending at Hailey airport (Boise Statesman)
Reviewing Jones-Ybarra contest (IF Post Register)
Clearwater Paper doing well, breaks records (Lewiston Tribune)
Otter ad footage from ;add the words’ film (Lewiston Tribune)
Moscow schools see Dem, not Rep, candidates (Moscow News)
Canyon Co changes funding for historic sites (Nampa Press Tribune)
Downtown Nampa Pix theatre may be sold (Nampa Press Tribune)
Caldwell candidates say their piece at forum (Nampa Press Tribune)
Gas and oil leases underway at Cassia Co (TF Times News)

Sexual violence office suggested for UO (Eugene Register Guard)
Lane Transit District plans marketing help (Eugene Register Guard)
State ends last Oracle software use (Corvallis Gazette)
Tax district supporting research center gains names (KF Herald & News)
Jackson sheriff quit campaigning over criticism (Medford Tribune)
Former Douglas commissioner owes back taxes (Medford Tribune)
Hayes consulted for critics of coal terminal (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Many more instances of wildlife-vehicle collisions (Portland Oregonian)
ODOT will quit use of dangerous guardrails (Portland Oregonian)
Republicans switching sides on cutting PERS (Salem Statesman Journal)

Poulsbo water rates could rise (Bremerton Sun)
Snohomish settles contract issue for $232k (Everett Herald)
Voter money sought for school bus replacement (Everett Herald)
PUD officials broke ethics rules, study concludes (Longview News)
Increase in Cowlitz dual credit programs (Longview News)
Large group talks about downtown Olympia options (Olympian)
Seattle preschool effort drawing national reviews (Seattle Times)
UW growing its presence in Spokane area (Spokane Spokesman)
Properties condemned for Pierce foothill train (Tacoma News Tribune)
Reviewing US House 3 contest (Vancouver Columbian)
Reports argues Yakima water plan inadequate (Yakima Herald Republic)

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