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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)

Debate rises over firefighter pay (Boise Statesman)
Two in guard chopper crash were experienced pilots (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho having difficulty filling teacher ranks (Boise Statesman)
Future still unclear for Dubois shee station (IF Post Register)
Looking at state public defense system (TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune)
About sexual misconduct charges at juvenile center (Nampa Press Tribune)
Figuring out crop losses from summer (TF Times News)

School land for possible YMCA sale appraised (Eugene Register Guard)
Crater Lake crayfish menace newts (KF Herald & News)
Legislature edges a bit to the left (KF Herald & News)
How things change with pot legalization (Portland Oregonian)

20-year Kitsap prosecutoe defeated (Bremerton Sun)
Longview still struggles with tap water troubles (Longview News)
Washington celebrates statehood 125 years (Olympian)
Chambers close to edge in partisan power (Olympian)
Highway 101 widened to 4 lanes Sequim-Port Angeles (Port Angeles News)
Navy say no action on digital warfare for a while (Port Angeles News)
Reviewing affordable care act a year later (Seattle Times)
Looking at rural doctor shortages (Spokane Spokesman)
Did Vancouver port violate closed meeting law? (Vancouver Columbian)
Republicans do well in Clark in this election (Vancouver Columbian)
Looking ahead to 2015 legislature (Yakima Herald Republic)
Gun show people uneasy with I-594 (Yakima Herald Republic)

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