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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)

Warrentless blow draws banned by supreme court (Boise Statesman)
Deputy moved up to state prison director (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune)
Major downtown Caldwell buildings redeveloped (Nampa Press Tribune)
Amy’s Kitchen co-owners talk about Pocatello (Pocatello Journal)
Idaho Rail Shop deals with fire damage (Pocatello Journal)
Legislative leaders mostly stay in place (TF Times News)
Business coalition urges Boulder as monument (TF Times News)
Glanbia will grow its operation at TF (TF Times News)

OSU master gardeners won’t help on pot grows (Eugene Register Guard)
UO strike by graduate assistants continues (Eugene Register Guard)
Klamath College dealing with budget gap (KF Herald & News)
Water agreement draws backing from cattkemen (KF Herald & News)
Schools at Medford see administrator raises (Medford Tribune)
Jackson Co wants control of federal lands (Medford Tribune)
Salmon license plate debate continues (Medford Tribune, Pendleton E Oreognian)
Study: Wolf kills may increase livestock attacks (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Pendleton buys new street sweeper (Pendleton E Oregonian)
$583,000 sought for state pot administration (Portland Oregonian)
Progress on Oregon caves expansion bill (Salem Statesman Journal)
Child care costs in state growing (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bainbridge councilman may quit over records case (Bremerton Sun)
Growth in Kitsap aimed around cities (Bremerton Sun)
Former bikini espresso hits demolished at Everett (Everett Herald)
State planning tolling lanes on 405 (Everett Herald)
Area crabbers faring better this season (Longview News)
Hanford may become national historical park (Longview News)
Scientists researching the Northwest fault (Port Angeles News, Longview News)
Olympic Medical exec gets pay raise (Port Angeles News)
Maybe progress for Alpine Lakes wilds bill (Seattle Times)
WSU: Wold kills may increase livestock kills (Spokane Spokesman)
Tacoma will close unlicensed pot shops (Tacoma News Tribune)
Franciscan Health names new CEO (Tacoma News Tribune)
Study reviews cost of water plan at Yakima (Yakima Herald Republic)

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