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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)

Series on legislative committee chairs (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Lewiston Tribune)
Candidates for Boise school board opening on issues (Boise Stateman)
Challis gets a moderate earthquake, no damage (Boise Statesman)
Canyon County looks at the coming of drones (Nampa Press Tribune)
Karcher Mall deals with empty spaces (Nampa Press Tribune)
Increase in dogs left out in cold (Pocatello Journal)
Considering legislative agenda ahead (TF Times News)

Electric car charging network little used (Eugene Register Guard)
Reopening of Harriman Springs resort underway (KF Herald and News)
Looking at changes for recharging reservoirs (Medford Tribune)
Central eastside industrial area faces change (Portland Oregonian)
Prisons move to electronic medical records (Salem Statesman Journal)
Legislators predicting kicker, school debating (Salem Statesman Journal)

Profiling new Kitsap auditor (Bremerton Sun)
New Paine Field director profiled (Everett Herald)
Long-time Kelso Presbyterian, Methodist churches merge (Longview News)
Former Dupont police chief says city broke contract (Olympian)
Department of Natural Resources plans wildfire mitigation (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Legal battle over Dungeness Valley water rule (Port Angeles News)
Politicians scramble over Bertha’s troubles (Seattle Times)
Looking at limited progress in Haiti (Seattle Times)
What’s replacing Sandwater Creek in Sandpoint (Spokane Spokesman)
Marijuana marketplace begins to normalize (Vancouver Columbian)
Bridge span worries ahead (Vancouver Columbian)

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