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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)

Middleton launches its own police force (Boise Statesman)
Nez Perce court has $7m in unpaid debt (Lewiston Tribune)
Teacher salaries would rise under Idaho legislation (Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Idaho minimum wage bill appears but stops (Nampa Press Tribune)
Bald eagles in SW Idaho captured on camera (Nampa Press Tribune)

Employee of Shockley begin their own firm (Eugene Register Guard)
Bighorn sheep moving in around Klamath (KF Herald & News)
Cover Oregon dissolution bill goes to Brown (KF Herald & News)
Lowest snow ever at Crater Lake (Medford Tribune)
Kitzhaber email leak happened amidst audit (Pendleton E Oregonian)
State carbon plan called inefficient (Portland Oregonian)
More children in learning environments in Oregon (Portland Oregonian)
Senate Republicans kicked from gas tax talk (Salem Statesman Journal)
Oregon exports limitedwith port problems (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bellingham activists mull new civic event (Bellingham Herald)
Kilmer seeks local input on Navy training (Bremerton Sun)
Local governments take new records tack (Everett Herald)
New ferry starts runs at Westport (Longview News)
Gas tax bill blocked by new Senate rules (Olympian)
Seattle elephants headed for Oklahoma (Seattle Times)
CEO at Avista paid $5.5m last year (Spokane Spokesman)
Ruston may contract with Tacoma on permits (Tacoma News Tribune)
More debate over ‘In God we trust’ (Vancouver Columbian)

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