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Posts published in “Day: April 17, 2015”

Backcountry flying

Training with MAF at Deadwood, Holdout, Idaho City and Weatherby Airstrips.

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)

Issues in the Nampa school district contests (Boise Statesman)
Child support funding still in balance (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune)
WA auditor says he's not guilty in fed charges (Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
UI president Staben releases plan for growth (Moscow News)
WWAMI may see underhaul with med school changes (Moscow News)
Otter vetoed cannabis extract oil bill (Nampa Press Tribune)
Twin Falls police chief search stopped for now (TF Times News)

Adjusting plans for improved Astoria boatyard (Astorian)
Eugene gets world track meet for 2021 (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard)
Interim school superintendent at Springfield (Eugene Register Guard)
Police chief of Junction city may sue city (Eugene Register Guard)
Modoc officials support Klamath water agreement (KF Herald & News)
Debate over Klamath sheriff's budget continues (KF Herald & News)
Medford okays beehives in city limits (Medford Tribune)
Pendleton ponders what to do with drone bucks (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Mine claimant asks Oath Keepers to step down (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Portland businesses consider religion effects (Portland Oregonian)
President named for Western Oregon U (Salem Statesman Journal)

Auditor Kelley faces major charges (Seattle Times, Spokane Spokesman, Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic, Bremerton Sun, Olympian, Longview News)
Sockeye return to Elwha river (Bremerton Sun)
Warnings issues about more whooping cough (Everett Herald)
Feds approve flushing of Lake Sacajawea (Longview News)
Insurers have given bad birth control information (Seattle Times)
Clark farm land may become industrial (Vancouver Columbian)