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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)

Otter talks with CCA on contract in 2013 (Boise Statesman)
Variable enrollments at state universities (Boise Statesman, Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Another Jones-Ybarra debate, in Idaho Falls (IF Post Register)
Reviewing Idaho Fish & Game’s 75 years (IF Post Register)
Looking at building plans for WSU med school (Moscow News)
Otter paid, took footage from gay rights video (Nampa Press Tribune)
Simplot’s Nampa plant stays open longer, till 2015 (Nampa Press Tribune)
Magic Valley food banks need more food (TF Times News)
Write-in campaign for Lincoln Co commission (TF TImes News)

Rained hard on Wednesday, more ahead (Portland Oregonian, Corvallis Gazette)
Big campaign treasuries on GMO issue (Eugene Register Guard)
Studying links between ground and surface water (KF Herald & News)
H&N publisher Heidi Wright leaving, Mark Dobie incoming (KF Herald & News)
Oregon has been cutting time in class (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Release of GMO task force report (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Larger number of auto-wildlife collisions (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Problems with weed spraying by state agencies (Portland Oregonian)
Lawsuits with Oracle merged (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bremerton budget plan released (Bremerton Sun)
Renowned Four Swallows restaurant closed (Bremerton Sun)
Many errors in school bus traffic rules (Everett Herald)
County puts sewer repair on homeowner group (Everett Herald)
Tornado rips middle of Longview (Vancouver Columbian, Olympian, Longview News)
Former PUD execs fined (Longview News)
Reviewing local judicial campaign finance (Port Angeles News)
Amazon stock falls with earning report (Seattle Times)
Paul Allen will continue $100m against ebola (Seattle Times)
Judge won’t allow release of stripper license info (Tacoma News Tribune)
Cowlitz Tribe may get federal acreage (Vancouver Columbian)
Analyst: Yakima basin still needs more water (Yakima Herald Republic)

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