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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)

Amy’s Kitchen sets up in Pocatello (Boise Statesman, Pocatello Journal)
Courts, jails and mental health (Boise Statesman)
E Idaho officials ponder economic development mergers (IF Post Register)
Feds examine Kamiah discrimination charges (Lewiston Tribune)
More juvenile corrections detainees claim abuse (Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune)
Nampa building permit reveue rises (Nampa Press Tribune)
Group wants grazing delay until species review (Nampa Press Tribune)
Examining an anti-Balukoff ad (TF Time News)
CEO of Galmbia will retire (TF Times News)

Eugene requires Uber to get taxi icense (Eugene Register Guard)
Eugene looking for more money for parks (Eugene Register Guard)
Klamath clear of enterovirus (KF Herald & News)
Rogue Valey economy continues improving (Medford Tribune)
Governor’s office slowly provides Hayes records (Portland Oregonian)
Reviewing Kitzhaber’s 3rd term report card (Portland Oregonian)
Complaints: Force used against students (Salem Statesman Journal)
Problems attacked in battery recycling (Salem Statesman Journal)

Port Orchard struggles on pathway decision (Bremerton Sun)
Bainbridge plans $7m park land purchase (Bremerton Sun)
Military famiies get new medical possibilities (Bremerton Sun)
Still trying to figure out Marysville killings (Everett Herald)
Reviewing top ballot issues for election (Seattle Times)
Money in campaigns going up (Spokane Spokesman)
State in contempt over mental patients in jail (Vancouver Columbian)
Initiative on class size roars ahead (Vancouver Columbian)
WA will again be sending apples to China (Yakima Herald Republic)

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