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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)

Reviewing infill developments in Boise (Boise Statesman)
CCA settles lawsuit with nurse (Boise Statesman)
Legislature retains ban on imported elk (Lewiston Tribune)
New development planned for 6th & Jackson (Moscow News)
Legislative conflicts over violent offender list (Nampa Press Tribune)
Effort continues to toughen seat belt law (Nampa Press Tribune)

Astoria port hit by string of lawsuits (Astorian)
Warrenton debates what to do about pot (Astorian)
More vaccinations set at UO, on meningococcal (Eugene Register Guard)
Documentary over Klamath Basin appears (KF Herald & News)
More than 200 Jackson Co student miss shot deadline (Medford Tribune)
School moves into former grocery store building (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Growth seen in wolf numbers, but not attacks (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Irrigon public library prepares to reopen doors (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Poor tenants aren’t getting water bill discounts (Portland Oregonian)
Looking at cleanliness of Portland air (Portland Oregonian)
Early spring air hitting allergies (Salem Statesman Journal)

Hood River Chum numbers recovering (Bremerton Sun)
Refinancing bonding may save Kitsap $2.5m (Bremerton Sun)
Wildfire response law may be expanded for other uses (Everett Herald)
Toutle school bond passes by 1 vote (Longview News)
Donations to United Way drop off (Longview News)
Lewis-McChord group going to Afghanistan (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Resignation noted for businness development leader (Port Angeles News)
Seattle’s new seawall may help salmon runs (Seattle Times)
Reviewing new Spokane convention center (Spokane Spokesman)
‘In God we trust’ okayed for county display (Vancouver Columbian)
Bill would allow agencies to appeal audits (Yakima Herald Republic)
Selah rejects high density housing (Yakima Herald Republic)

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