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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)

Old Ada courthouse to become new law school building (Boise Statesman)
Costs of building a community college system (Lewiston Tribune)
Progress claimed on ‘add the words’ (Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News)
Profiling Representative Ryan Kerby (Nampa Press Tribune)
Funds for heating assistance mostly gone (TF Times News)

Blachly charter schools pull more students (Eugene Register Guard)
Portland parking enforcement stepping up (Portland Oregonian)
Looking for streetlight funding (Salem Statesman Journal)

Two microbreweries head to Bremerton (Bremerton Sun)
Snohomish considers two for ombudsman job (Everett Herald)
Snohomish water center fiscal sound again (Everett Herald)
Issues with now-defunct car repair company (Longview News)
Independent Party seeks major party status in Oregon (Longview News)
Olympia considers downtown loos (Olympian)
Washington budget writers crunched, need funds (Tacoma News tribune, Olympian)
Public will weight in on peninsula cable (Port Angeles News)
Owen wants change to state ethics process (Seattle Times)
Snowpack at historically low levels (Seattle Times)
Spokane Co commission seeking to add more members (Spokane Spokesman)
Downtown streets will run to waterfront (Vancouver Columbian)
Health insurance deadline nears (Vancouver Columbian)
Plan bumps some drug cases felony to misdemeanor (Yakima Herald Republic)

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