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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)

Reviewing papers released from St. Luke’s lawsuit (Boise Statesman)
Aftermath of $61m mess in school broadband (Boise Statesman)
Higher costs and delays at IF waste treatment (IF Post Register)
Debate arises over Caldwell ethanol plant (Nampa Press Tribune)
School admins working through career ladder (Nampa Press Tribune)
ISU plans to build new basketball stadium (Pocatello Journal)
E Idaho law enforcement reviews gang threat (Pocatello Journal)
INL waste treatment center pircy, still not working (TF Times News)

Lane Co vehicle fee will go on ballot (Eugene Register Guard)
Legislators consider policy on cop cams (Eugene Register Guard)
Large solar power effort planned for bypass (KF Herald & News)
PERS ruling creates hard budget choices (Medford Tribune)
Rents rising fast around Medford area (Medford Tribune)
The USDA and salmonella chicken cases (Portland Oregonian)

Snohomish PUD contract examined (Everett Herald)
Pasco School Board accused of meeting closures (Kennewich Herad)
Major jellyfish bloom in Puget Sound (Seattle Times)
Sheriff and union disagree over Pierce jail (Tacoma News Tribune)

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