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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)

Boise public library hosts 3-D printers (Boise Statesman)
Legislators look at banning instant racing (Boise Statesman, Nampa Press Tribune)
Lewiston’s Gold’s Gym will shutter (Lewiston Tribune)
Legislators consider general fund for roads (Lewiston Tribune)
Democrats paid for ‘Tea Party’ flier (Moscow News)
Idahoans polled on use of public lands (Moscow News)
Nampa likely to see a Chick-fil-a (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho has varied online learning operations (Nampa Press Tribune)
Ohio Governor Kasich pitches messag at Boise (TF Times News)
Jerome works on Main Street revival (TF Times News)

Where do crime victims at UO go? (Eugene Register Guard)
Nike sued over Michael Jordan picture (Eugene Register Guard)
Gas prices at Klamath below $2 a gallon (KF Herald & News)
Part-time office opens by OC&E state trail (KF Herald & News)
Marijuana public hearings begin (Portland Oregonian, KF Herald & News)
Police go after string of car break-ins (Medford Tribune)
Layoffs accumulate at Ashland Ski Area (Medford Tribune)
Negotiations seem near end on drone flights (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Salem Health facility packed full (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bainbridge Island may buy park area for $6m (Bremerton Sun)
Carrier Ranger to be towed to Texas (Bremereton Sun)
Signs for free coffee will return to I-5 (Everett Herald)
Longview narrows search for city manager (Longviiew News)
Reichert says Obama should get Democrats behind trade (Olympian)
Prices for Super Bowl tickets super-high (Seattle Times)
Diocese-firm deal reached on malpractice case (Spokane Spokesman)
Bill aims to speed analysis of rape kits (Tacoma News Tribune)
Poison centers hear more pot-related calls (Tacoma News Tribune, Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic)
Clark County staff reviews effect of charter (Vancouver Columbian)
Gas falling below $2 a gallon in Vancouver (Vancouver Columbian, Yskima Herald Republic)

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