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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)

Attorneys battle in 4th district judge race (Boise Statesman)
Boise school board member quits, blasts board (Boise Statesman)
Balukoff says Otter only a part-time governor (Boise Statesman)
Moscow mobile park owner hit with big fines (Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Clarkston sied over its ban on pot sales (Lewiston Tribune)
UW talks about expanding med school at Spokane (Moscow News)
Idaho school wifi costs may decrease (Nampa Press Tribune)
Reviewing U.S. Senate contest (Nampa Press Tribune)
Voter turnout in Magic Valley expected low (TF Times News)

OSU reaches $1 billion in fund campaign (Corvallis Gazette)
Woman detained at Portland for ebola exam (Portland Oregonian, Corvallis Gazette, KF Herald & News, Pendleton E Oregonian)
Eugene PUD recorded calls, faces blowback (Eugene Register Guard)
Studded tire season is back (KF Herald & News)
Jackson Co voter turnout running high (Medford Tribune)
Asphalt plan has to reapply for zoning at Talen (Medford Tribune)
Elk hunter gets varied results (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Our Oregon driving voter turnout (Portland Oregonian)
Marion County developing Ebola plan (Salem Statesman Journal)
Landlords put up fewer Section 8 limits (Salem Statesman Journal)

Olympic College gets more from trust (Bremerton Sun)
Fees for Olympic park may double (Bremerton Sun)
Another death in Marysville shooting (Seattle Times, Everett Herald, Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic)
Inslee trying to build climate support (Everett Herald, Longview News)
Cowlitz officials prepare for Ebola (Longview News)
Mars Hill church shutting down (Seattle Times)
UW looks at new Spokane med school option (Spokane Spokesman)
Spokane County may grab delapidated Mead land (Spokane Spokesman)
Spokane council leader may face ethics charge for leak (Spokane Spokesman)
Ft Vancouver National Trust CEO departs (Vancouver Columbian)
Didier blocks planned GOP voter outreach (Yakima Herald Republic)

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