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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)

Nampa library nearly ready to open (Boise Statesman)
Will Idaho wheat go to Cuba? (Lewiston Tribune)
Judge rejects Clearwater road management plan (Lewiston Tribune)
WA teenagers say pot easy to get (Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Palouse neighbors concerned about skate park (Moscow News)
Legislators create new urban renewal committee (Nampa Press Tribune)
Senate narrowly okays driverless car testing (Nampa Press Tribune)
Broadband contractors say state owes $6m (TF Times News)
Clif Bar does grooundbraking at TF facility (TF Times News)
KMVT-TV at Twin to be sold to Gray Television (TF Times News)

Another sickened UO student (Eugene Register Guard)
Eugene picks Balderas as new superintendent (Eugene Register Guard)
Swan Lake pumped storage plan at KF still a go (KF Herald & News)
Klamath college promises another year for diploma (KF Herald & News)
Medford considering pot odor issue (Medford Tribune)
Conflict of interest claimed in Coquille casino plan (Medford Tribune)
Oracle lawsuit bumped to state court (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Sexuality conference at Pendleton blasted (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Profiling Brown’s approach as governor (Portland Oregonian)
Bicyclists may be allowed to run red lights (Portland Oregonian)
Why was state bounched from Kitzhaber inquiry? (Portland Oregonian)
Brown signs carbon reduction bill (Salem Statesman Journal)
Bill would simplify some name changes (Salem Statesman Journal)

Surveyed teens say pot easy to get, not harmful (Bremerton Sun)
Legislative overview story (Seattle Times, Yakima Herald Republic, Bremerton Sun, Olympian, Longview News)
Bill would allow tax breaks for good jobs (Everett Herald)
Kalama goes after abandoned properties (Longview News)
Legislators consider nonprofits in political campaigns (Olympian)
WA legislators review Montana coal plant closure (Olympian)
Vaccine exemption bills die at legislature (Port Angeles News)
More teens get into e-cigarettes (Seattle Times, Vancouver Columbian)
Thomas Daly named to head Spokane Catholic diocese (Spokane Spokesman)
Kootenai sheriff deputies get pay raise (Spokane Spokesman)
More worker injuries in Seattle tunnel (Tacoma News Tribune)
Congressional delegation helps starfish wasting (Tacoma News Tribune)
Puyallup tribe buys cancer clinic (Tacoma News Tribune)
Clark Co officials deliver annual address (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima plaza has parking problems (Yakima Herald Republic)

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