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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)

Ahead to today’s elections (Boise Statesman, TF Times News, Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune, Pocatello Journal)
Yellowstone, Teton may expand bandwidth (Boise Statesman)
Legal fight over Clarkston pot ban continues (Lewiston Tribune)
Moscow plans downtown public toilet (Moscow News)
Latah neighbors conflicting over water rights (Moscow News)
Nampa prepares to hire Idaho Center leaders (Nampa Press Tribune)
Barnes & Noble wins data turnover case (TF Times News)

Ahead to today’s elections (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal, Medford Tribune, Corvallis Gazette, KF Herald & News, Pendleton E Oregonian)
Loud public debate in Corvallis on open carry (Corvallis Gazette)
Springfield watcher spots illegal carports (Eugene Register Guard)
New UO mission statement approved (Eugene Register Guard)
Klamath may get a rural OHSU hub in 2016 (KF Herald & News)
Former Kitzhaber aide complains on Hayes (Medford Tribune)
Athena may end its local police force (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Wildhorse reports large financial success (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Hacker hits employment department records (Portland Oregonian)
Hot debate over city pot taxes (Salem Statesman Journal)

Ahead to today’s elections (Seattle Times, Vancouver Columbian, Bremerton Sun, Longview News)
Marysville school chief was seeking mental health funds (Longview News)
Washington’s DC clout at risk (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
2nd Walmart opening at Lacey (Olympian, Port Angeles News)
Sekiu Olsen’s Resort sold to Idaho firm (Port Angeles News)
Stabilizing Coeur d’Alene river near Cataldo (Spokane Spokesman)
State might be auctioning Picassos (Spokane Spokesman)
Still working on Yakima nitrate pollution (Yakima Herald Republic)

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