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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)

IACI suspends president, re-evaluates after email (Boise Statesman, TF Times News)
Boise considers homelessness, may consider SLC (Boise Statesman)
Batt, Andrus sue on nuclear waste (Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Clearwater Paper president will retire (Lewiston Tribune)
Gritman hospital buys more property (Moscow News)
Canyon complaints rise over Deer Flat (Nampa Press Tribune)
Kimberly, Nuhl plan recreation districts (TF Times News)
SkyWest brings on a third flight to TF (TF Times News)

Eugene seeks to block Uber over safety issues (Eugene Register Guard)
Trustees approve tuition raise at UO (Eugene Register Guard)
KF gets new police chief (KF Herald & News)
Experts predicting big fires this summer (Medford Tribune)
Ashland schools reconsider transfer agreements (Medford Tribune)
Brown prepares to sign motor voter bill (Portland Oregonian, Medford Tribune)
Oregon COO Jordan quits (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesan Journal, Pendleton E Oregonian)

Inslee talks carbon tax at WWU (Bellingham Herald)
Last run of the USS Ranger (Bremerton Sun)
Everett council member named in juvenile lockup report (Everett Herald)
Oso mudslide legislation still moves ahead (Everett Herald)
Looking at rise in gas prices (Longview News)
Port of Kalama park construction underway (Longview News)
Ilwaco boat yard picks up business from Astoria (Longview News)
North Bonneville city opens pot shop (Seattle Times)
Microsoft tries selling smart phone overseas (Seattle Times)
Idaho Medicaid wants $250k from clinic (Spokane Spokesman)
Early Spokane charter schools filling (Spokesman Spokesman)
Tacoma housing market heats up again (Tacoma News Tribune)
New CEO Patel takes over at Franciscan (Tacoma News Tribune)
Job market holding strong (Vancouver Columbian)

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