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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)

Study says Ada County doesn’t recycle much (Boise Statesman)
CWI board leader apologizes for property buy (Boise Statesman)
CWI can bypass land reappraisal (Nampa Press Tribune)
Airstream moves into Caldwell tomorrow (Nampa Press Tribune)

First of 18 cruise ships comes to Astoria (Astorian)
State upholds Clatsop ruling against LNG pieline (Astorian)
Long Beach consider dog ban from ball parks (Astorian)
Court rejects most PERS reforms (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal, Medford Tribune, KF Herald & News)
Discover Klamath seeks to hire two people (KF Herald & News)
Salem looks into bicycle boulevards (Salem Statesman Journal)
Portland Building work may cost $175m (Portland Oregonian)

Sterling Life may shut down (Bellingham Herald)
32 cases of e coli from festical at Lynden (Bellingham Herald)
Permit rejected by Bremerton gun club (Bremerton Sun)
Money missing from Bothell police safe (Everett Herald)
Little electronic evidence on Kelley (Tacoma News Tribune, Kennewick Herald)
Food concerns over oysters and pesticides (Seattle Times)
Spokane finds gap in adult dental care (Spokane Spokesman)
Clark Co okays e-cigarette ban (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima air quality called poor (Yakima Herald Republic)

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