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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)

Committee chairs who work with leadership (Boise Statesman, Lewiston Tribune)
In post-Coldwater Sandpoint, entrepreneurs busy (Boise Statesman, TF Times News)
In Washington, more thinning of forests is planned (Moscow News)
Gas prices dropping fast, lowest since 2009 (Nampa Press Tribune)
Times News looks at most influential in Magic Valley (TF Times News)

New effort for Lane courthouse gathers force (Eugene Register Guard)
Mass of graffiti cases in Medford (Medford Tribune)
Reviewing pot lessons to be learned from WA and CO (Portland Oregonian)
Concerns new rules make day care took expensive (Portland Oregonian)
Marion cracks down on e-cigarettes (Salem Statesman Journal)
Wyden, residents talk trade at Salem town hall (Salem Statesman Journal)

More power lines underground in new construction (Bremerton Sun)
Rail bridge may be replaced by BNSF at Everett (Everett Herald)
Flood warning for Longview area (Longview News)
Murray moves to ranking spot on HEW panel (Longview News)
Initiative on class size battles with budget (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Reviewing legal pot a couple of years on (Port Angeles News)
Haiti economy still in trouble (Seattle Times)
Spokane police ombudsman retiring (Spokane Spokesman)
First first snow of season in inland regions (Spokane Spokesman)
State looking to thin forests as fire retardant (Vancouver Columbian)
Vancouver cracking down on tree replacement rules (Vancouver Columbian)

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