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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)

Horse racing chief Frank Lamb retires (Boise Statesman)
Boise Centre may see expansion (Boise Statesman)
Idaho lags nation in reliable broadband (Boise Statesman)
Ludwig picked for council spot (Boise Statesman)
Task force advises state not to sue feds over lands (TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune)
Timber counties worried over congress, funding (Lewiston Tribune)
WSU regents hold off regents vote (Moscow News)
Optum contractor goes before H&W committees (Nampa Press Tribune)
Career ladder bills on their way (TF Times News)
Area jails more advanced tech (TF Times News)

Democrats outline legislative plans (Eugene Register Guard)
Cylvia Hayes won’t have governor’s office spot (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal, KF Herald & News, Pendleton E Oregonian)
Former Klamath DA Caleb dies (KF Herald & News)
New owl attacks in Salem area (Salem Statesman Journal)

Fire districts in Mason County may merge (Bremerton Sun)
Six members depart Cowlitz United Way board (Longview News)
Heck will lead House Democrats recruitment (Olympian)
Yelm schools seek $53.9m bond for overcrowding (Olympian)
Fraud charged in Pierce vehicle registration (Olympian)
Boeing reports strong profits (Seattle Times)
Idaho racing director resigns (Spokane Spokesman)
Major powwow event cancelled at Post Falls (Spokane Spokesman)
Legislators dislink free meals limit (Vancouver Columbian)
Port issues have cost fruit industry $70m (Yakima Herald Republic)

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