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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)

Debate continues over Canyon County jail (Boise Statesman)
Anxiety arises over common core tests (Lewiston Tribune)
Reviewing history of balanced budget amendments (IF Post Register)
More recordings of encounters with police (Pocatello Journal)
Magic Valley wants ‘manufacturing community’ status (TF Times News)

Drought map for Oregon expands (Eugene Register Guard)
Reviewing Merkley’s run in the Senate (Portland Oregonian)
Reviewing Maclaren Youth Prison (Salem Statesman Journal)

More hazard area maps after Oso slides (Longview News)
Looking at Auditor Kelley’s history (Seattle Times)
Renton Boeing plant gets ready for big production (Seattle Times)
Other cases somewhat like Auditor Kelley’s (Tacoma News Tribune)
Looking at oil train rail safety record (Vancouver Columbian)
Washington approaches end of legislative session (Vancouver Columbian)
Tribes seek child placement background checks (Yakima Herald Republic)

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