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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)

Pollution grows in Boise valley (Boise Statesman)
Caldwell’s old Kit RV plant now Omega RB plant (Boise Statesman)
Moscow takes another look at industrial plan (Moscow News)
NNU board will look again at layoffs (Nampa Press Tribune)
More parents opt out of common core testing (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho ranks high nationally in health enrollment (Nampa Press Tribune)

Former UO archivist dismissal ‘humiliating’ (Eugene Register Guard)
More parents opt out of common core tests (Eugene Register Guard)
Jackson Co officials getting raises (Medford Tribune)
Planning responses for spills of oil tankers (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Brown says she’s settling in as governor (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesman Journal, Pendleton E Oregonian)
Portland man sues robocallers, $1500 a call (Portland Oregonian)
Wyden defnds fast track on trade deal (Salem Statesman Journal)

Area teachers will go on strike (Seattle Times, Bellingham Herald)
Nooksack River area has hit drought (Bellingham Herald)
Nooksack casino at Deming could close (Bellingham Herald)
Massive accidents released 13m bees (Everett Herald, Yakima Herald Republic, Longview News)
Coastal Community, Prime Pacific banks merge (Everett Herald)
Inslee signs law on geologist hazards maps (Everett Herald)
Inslee grows drought emergency area (Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic, Olympian, Longview News)
Reviewing auditor Kelley’s history (Olympian)
Washington resident uneasy about Alaska oil arrival (Seattle Times)
Spokane diocese returns accused man to ministry (Spokane Spokesman)

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