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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 bond again: schools filling fast (Boise Statesman)
Pullman drone company gets ready to ship (Lewiston Tribune)
Parental control bill and faith healing (Nampa Press Tribune)
Ed official says broadband transition continues (Nampa Press Tribune)
Vallivue schools look at new bond (Nampa Press Tribune)

New trails sought for Skinner Butte (Eugene Register Guard)
Legislators consider clean fuel details (Eugene Register Guard)
Tuition at UO may increase 3.7% (Eugene Register Guard)
Reviewing Cover Oregon (KF Herald & News)
Republicans pick Currier as new party chair (Portland Oregonian)
Solar project wrongly gets tax credits (Portland Oregonian)
Looking at where homeless crisis came from (Portland Oregonian)
Looking at Kitzhaber’s last two weeks (Salem Statesman Journal)

Evaluating Kitsap water quality (Bremerton Sun)
Could Paine become a passenger terminal? (Everett Herald)
Some schools tocking reec facilities after hours (Everett Herald)
Medical pot growers concerned about new bill (Longview News)
Propane exporter make case for Longview shipping (Longview News)
7,600 marine mammals found in Lower Columbia (Longview News)
2/3 of state spending legally mandated (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
State has concerns on electronic warfare training (Port Angeles News)
Reviewing socialist Sawant’s term on council (Seattle Times)
Problems over sales of Super Bowl tickets still persist (Seattle Times, Yakima Herald Tribune)
Bill would split pot revenue with local agencies (Vancouver Columbian)
Seattle school refuses Common Core testing (Vancouver Columbian)

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