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On the front pages


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)

West Ada plans new construction funding (Boise Statesman)
Another look at the Snake Dam breaching debate (Lewiston Tribune)
Breakfast program at Vallivue at risk (Nampa Press Tribune)
Why Idaho has a low vaccination rate (Nampa Press Tribune)
Where does Old Town Pocatello go next? (Pocatello Journal)

Activists urge Kitzhaber to drop death sentences (Eugene Register Guard)
Feds go after the fisher weasel in Kkamath area (KF Herald & News)
Pot public hearing planned next week (KF Herald & News)
Incoming governor Brown profiled (Medford Tribune)
Evaluating punishments in schools (Medford Tribune)
Another look at Kitzhaber (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesman Journal)

Clearwater Casino planned to open in June (Bremerton Sun)
Teaching review proposals at issue (Everett Herald)
Family of Pasco cop shooting victim sues city (Kennewick Herald)
Why health exchange enrollments lag (Longview News)
Longview rail project looking for funds (Longview News)
Labor secretary comes to west coast ports (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Legislators try moving WA away from coal (Olympian)
Scant snow seen on Olympic peninsula (Port Angeles News)
Street parking in Seattle getting more scarce (Seattle Times)
Most who work for Spokane outearn city median (Spokane Spokesman)
Class size ballot issue may reurn to voters (Vancouver Columbian)
Evaluating measles vaccinations (Yakima Herald Republic)

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