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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)

Looking at IACI’s self-review (Boise Statesman)
Unusual winters at Yellowstone (Boise Statesman)
No apology from Nuxoll for remarks on Hindus (Boise Statesman, Lewiston Tribune)
Legislators working on more gun legislation (Lewiston Tribune)
Ammo business exec speakers to Lewiston GOP (Lewiston Tribune)
Levies set for four Latah school districts (Moscow News)
Study suggests hot and dry ahead in western US (Moscow News)
Nampa legislators look into urban renewal (Nampa Press Tribune)
CWI starts a law enforcement training program (Nampa Press Tribune)
Constitutional carry bill fails for year (TF Times News)
State council on federal lands possible (TF Times News)

Eugene mental health clinic erred on medication (Eugene Register Guard)
City rules may delay massive downtown complex (Eugene Register Guard)
Wildlife plan not yet complete at Lower Klamath (KF Herald & News)
Atkins named as secretary of state (Medford Tribune)
School tracks in wet areas, may be upgraded (Medford Tribune)
State debating GMO rules (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Hermiston considers electricity rate increase (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Kitzhaber seeks to keeo emails private (Portland Oregonian)
About Nestle pursuit of Gorge water (Portland Oregonian)
Huckestein named permanent Chemeketa president (Salem Statesman Journal)

30 acres of shellfish shore restored (Bremerton Sun)
Local housing agency leader retires (Bremerton Sun)
New Monroe school superintendent named (Everett Herald)
Body cams coming for Columbia Co cops (Longview News)
North Bonneville plans to open city pot shop (Tacoma News Tribune, Longview News)
Businesses optimistic about economy (Seattle Times, Spokane Spokesman)
Whaling by Makah could return (Seattle Times)
Idaho senator won’t apologize over Hindu comment (Spokane Spokesman)
Gun activist rally held at federal building (Spokane Spokesman)
GOP rejects plans for oil-safety bill (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima manager doesn’t win Arizona job (Yakima Herald Republic)

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