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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)

Same-sex marriage for Idaho stayed (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune, Pocatello Journal, Moscow News)
New Idacorp CEO meets with shareholders (Boise Statesman)
IF High School principal retires (IF Post Register)
Whitman county poverty studied (Moscow News)
Reviewing secretary of state candidates (Nampa Press Tribune)
Notus may face elementary school bond (Nampa Press Tribune)
Bingham commission 2 race reviewed (Pocatello Journal)
Race for TF County coroner (TF Times News)

David Taylor sentenced to death (Eugene Register Guard)
Campaign starts on GMO labeling (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Medford Tribune)
Food bank has restricted crop supply (KF Herald & News)
Klamath tribal leaders threatened (KF Herald & News)
Long to lead Cascade Christian HS (Medford Tribune)
Debate over city award of construction job (Medford Tribune)
Area tribes get land buyback funds (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Coos officials try to keep fee funds from state (Portland Oregonian)
Hwy 217 ramp finishes early with bonus (Portland Oregonian)
Chemeketa college exec faces assault charge (Salem Statesman Journal)

Getting closer to reopening Oso highway (Everett Herald)
Mentally ill in criminal case can be drugged (Everett Herald)
New bones, DNA throw light on Kennewick Man (Seattle Times, Spokane Spokesman, Yakima Herald Republic, Kennewick Herald)
New brewpub headed to Longview (Longview News)
Brewing again at Tumwater? (Olympian)
Cigarette tax would fight cancer (Seattle Times)
Idaho gay marriages stayed by court (Spokane Spokesman)
Spokane VA said to be troubled (Spokane Spokesman)
Credit rating for Yakima improves (Yakima Herald Republic)

On the front pages

news

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)

Judge won't halt Friday gay marriages (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune, Pocatello Journal, Moscow News, Sandpoint Bee)
Service dog picks up ISU degree (Boise Statesman)
Reviewing outside money in ID campaigns (IF Post Register)
Leavies planned in Latah school districts (Moscow News)
Canyon commission candidates on local issues (Nampa Press Tribune)
Pocatello's Blad neither yes/no on gay ordinance (Pocatello Journal)
Big spending in Jerome Co race (TF Times News)

Charter school possible at Alsea (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Planning for drought in Kamath (KF Herald & News)
Old Pendleton hospital may be repurposed (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Labor money passing through Jenson fund (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Water right discussion at Umatilla port (Pendleton East Oregonian)
National group blocked from OR gay marriage fight (Salem Statesman Journal)

Water around Oso returns to norm (Everett Herald)
New off-road dirt bike area approved (Everett Herald)
Money lost for homeless program (Olympian)
Contest for prosecutor at Clallam (Port Angeles News)
Seattle cops go after fewer low-level crimes (Seattle Times)
Spokane won't pursue longer school days (Spokane Spokesman)
Teachers laid off at Tacoma (Tacoma News Tribune)
Yakama tribal forest program troubled (Yakima Herald Republic)

On the front pages

news

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)

Judges throws out ID same sex marriage ban (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune, Pocatello Journal, Moscow News, Sandpoint Bee)
Profiling the governor's primary (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune)
Garden City may ban bar smoking (Boise Statesman)
Profiling attorney general GOP race (IF Post Register)
Fall chinook runs doing well (IF Post Register)
Lewiston will retain Horizon flights (Lewiston Tribune)
Urban renewal finance questions (Lewiston Tribune)
Fire calls increasing at Pullman (Moscow News)
1st district primary contest profiled (Moscow News)
House 13A candidate talks past charges (Nampa Press Tribune)
Pocatello High principal retiring (Pocatello Journal)
Snake Canyon jumps may be televised (TF Times News)
Club for Growth quits funding Smith (TF Times News)

Lane Transit won't seek income tax rise (Eugene Register Guard)
Lane County strikes two Mt Pisgah events (Eugene Register Guard)
Charter school issues debated at KF (KF Herald & News)
KF Ridge View trail approved (KF Herald & News)
Jedge says Medford can block pot license (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Elk Creek lands to become park (Medford Tribune)
Anger over contract for fire station (Medford Tribune)
Hermiston may spruce up airport (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Teachers blocked in battle against Common Core (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Fire burns from cooking hash oil (Portland Oregonian)
Healthy job growth at Oregon (Portland Oregonian)
New Salem-Keizer superintendent hired (Salem Statesman-Journal)

Labor council won't back Larsen (Everett Herald)
State not planning to halt logging (Everett Herald)
Benton City students protest staffing changes (Kennewick Herald)
Inslee bars release of convict (Kennewick Herald)
Longshore talk begin at Longview (Longview News)
Campground still shut over mudslide (Seattle Times)
Another police chief candidate reviewed (Seattle Times)
Idaho same sex marriage ban tossed (Spokane Spokesman)
Reporting planned health insurance rates (Tacoma News Tribune)
More insurance plans may come to Clark (Vancouver Columbian)
Supreme Court visits Clark (Vancouver Columbian)
Planning consider revised Yakima plaza (Yakima Herald Republic)
Lawsuit erupts over Taylor Bridge fire (Yakima Herald Republic)

On the front pages

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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)

Club for Growth drops Smith funding (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register)
Wandering OR-7 may have mate (Boise Statesman)
Code limits speech in judge campaigns (IF Post Register)
VanderSloot sues reporter Zuckerman (IF Post Register)
Project 60 reached via inflation not growth (IF Post Register)
Clarkston moves slow on pot ordinance (Lewiston Tribune)
WA state considers rules for slide areas (Moscow News)
Candidate filing starts in Washington (Moscow News)
Reviewing Democrats in the 1st district (Moscow News)
Wilder sees downtown upgrade (Nampa Press Tribune)
Permit issued for Power Co nitrogen plant (Pocatello Journal)

Eugene plans sale of alleys to store (Eugene Register Guard)
Wandering OR-7 may have mate (Medford Tribune, Pendleton East Oregonian, KF Herald & News, Ashland Tidings)
Logos charter school wants more space (Medford Tribune)
Tougher statewide school tests on the way (Portland Oregonian)
Organization plans gay marriage fight (Salem Statesman Journal)
Reviewing Salem wrd 6 contest (Salem Statesman Journal)

Pot banned at Marysville (Everett Herald)
Road near Oso could limit logging (Everett Herald)
Kilmer speaks on ocean's acidity (Olympian)
Candidate filing begins in WA (Vancouver Columbian, Port Angeles News)
Electric rates up at Clallam PUD (Port Angeles News)
Seattle area consider bus funding option (Seattle Times)
About another Seattle police chief option (Seattle Times)
Cable TV in Tacoma wants 10% rate rise (Tacoma News Tribune)
Vancouver handles school crowding (Vancouver Columbian)
Prosser farm gets approval for pot grow (Yakima Herald Republic)
Ellensburg-Yakima bus service survives (Yakima Herald Republic)
Washington deer population has fallen (Yakima Herald Republic)

On the front pages

news

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)

Chinook salmon recovering (Boise Statesman, TF Times News)
WSU awards degrees to 2,600 (Moscow News)
State superintendent race reviewed (Nampa Press Tribune)
Nampa school operations head retires (Nampa Press Tribune)
BYU-Idaho considers expanding research (IF Post Register)

Big PAC money shows up in GOP primary (Medford Tribune, Corvallis Gazette Times)
New campground reservations at Rogue River (Ashland Tidings)
Questions about new Jackson Co health center (Medford Tribune)
Vestas Wind mulls move to Colorado (Portland Oregonian)
Parking gets more expensive at the zoo (Portland Oregonian)
Willamette students graduate (Salem Statesman Journal)

Concern over FDA beer brewing rule (Everett Herald)
Billy Frank honored (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, Yakima Herald Republic, Olympian)
Few health enrollees see billing issues (Vancouver Columbian, Kennewick Herald, Longview News)
What now, with No Child Left Behind? (Kennewick Herald, Longview News)
10th House candidates split on pot (Olympian)
Profiling a prospective Seattle police chief (Seattle Times)
Candidate filing week begins (Vancouver Columbian)
New rules mean colleges more closely watched (Vancouver Columbian)
Pot law enforcement by feds uneven (Yakima Herald Republic)

On the front pages

news

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)

Evaluating Otter's claim to hit $60b GSP (Boise Statesman)
How much and what health insurance covers (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, TF Times News)
Personal impacts of Idaho Medicaid gap (IF Post Register)
Profiling frequent letter writers (Lewiston Tribune)
With Chaney out, two write-ins run (Nampa Press Tribune)
Graduation at Idaho State (Pocatello Journal)
Derailed train at Sandpoint (Sandpoint Bee)
Video-famous Bettencourt dairy sold (TF Times News)
Reviewing governor's race (TF Times News)

Lane CC students defaulting at high rates (Eugene Register Guard)
Chinook face uncertain water and weather (Medford Tribune)
Changes in governor's race (Portland Oregonian, Medford Tribune)
More energy in Jackson Couty GMO battle (Medford Tribune)
Firings at Portland Zoo over culture? (Portland Oregonian)

Scientists looking at Oso mudslide (Everett Herald)
Providence Regional studies cancer vaccine (Everett Herald)
Reviewing Hanford's cleanup operations (Kennewick Herald)
Constitution change on campaign money? (Longview News)
Hospitals releasing seriously mentally ill (Seattle Times)
Costco launches efforts in Europe (Seattle Times)
More growth at Moses Lake BMW plant (Spokane Spokesman)
Working through underwater mortgages (Tacoma News Tribune)
10th CD sees pot, campaign money issues (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Analysis of Clark commission battle (Vancouver Columbian)
Pot seller plans to startup (Vancouver Columbian)
Candidate filing begins (Yakima Herald Republic)

On the front pages

news

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 state AG contest (Boise Statesman)
Boise city gets tracts from Day family (Boise Statesman)
Fish & Game warn of wildlife feeding (IF Post Register)
Gallina replaces Acey on superior WA court (Lewiston Tribune)
Lawsuit challenging WA pot taxation (Lewiston Tribune)
Dispute over rules for bighorn sheep (Lewiston Tribune)
Dogs not allowed in UI facilities (Moscow News)
WSU tuition not rising in coming year (Moscow News)
Bujak, former prosecutor, not guilty (Nampa Press Tribune)
Legislative candidates in denate (Nampa Press Tribune)
Ground breaks at Portneuf Wellness Center (Pocatello Tribune)
Schools won't fill in charter-sought forms (TF Times News)
Reviewing Lt Gov contest (TF Times News)

Gardiner Sanitary District board recalled (Coos Bay World)
Cover Oregon will may agents $900k (Coos Bay World)
Looking ahead to fire season (Coos Bay World)
A look at food stamp fraud ring (KF Herald & News)
Mule deer tag numbers rising (KF Herald & News)
SOU president didn't get other job (Ashland Tidings)
Recall attempt at Medford schools fails (Medford Tribune)
Campsite rules changes at Rogue/Siskiyou (Medford Tribune)
Bankrupt business may not repay city loan (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Walden hits hard on primary challenge (Portland Oregonian)
CEO of SAIF dismissed by board (Salem Statesman Journal)
Ward 8 council campaign in review (Salem Statesman Journal)

Machinists union leaders re-elected (Everett Herald)
Oso mudslide debris being cleared out (Everett Herald)
Kennewick senior priest dies (Kennewick Herald)
Finding help for displaced owls (Kennewick Herald)
School districts try for no child waivers (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Massive expansion of BMW carbon fiber plan (Seattle Times)
State looks closely at hillside logging (Seattle Times)
N Idaho Republicans deeply split (Spokane Spokesman)
Johnny's Seafood back at Tacoma (Tacoma News Tribune)
Suit challenges WA pot taxation (Vancouver Columbian)
Stewart seeks commission seat (Vancouver Columbian)
How to improve I-205? (Vancouver Columbian)
Good cherry crop predicted (Yakimma Herald Republic)

On the front pages

news

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)

Supreme Court race reviewed (Boise Statesman)
Boise aquarium renamed and organized (Boise Statesman)
Latah's community college fund underused (Moscow News)
Extended stay notel opens at WSU (Moscow News)
Profiling Rule, Canyon commissioner (Nampa Press Tribune)
Candidate Rice spent a decade in prison (Nampa Press Tribune)
Stevens-Henager college complaint filed (Nampa Press Tribune)
Major Yellowstone Ave project starts (Pocatello Journal)
ISU's hillside I being pulled (Pocatello Journal)
Campaign finance in 2nd district race (TF Times News)
Drive in movie firm future cloudy (TF Times News)
Blaine, Custer disagree on White Clouds (TF Times News)

Considering KF high school remodel (KF Herald & News)
KF strike catches 30 in food stamp fraud (KF Herald & News)
Debate over high-density area at Ashland (Ashland Tidings)
Inquiry over candidate Sergi dropped (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Many thefts of railroad ties in area (Medford Tribune)
South OR farmers see net loss (Medford Tribune)
Wildhorse casino sees economic development (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Insurance agents owed $900k by Cover Oregon (Salem Statesman Journal, Pendleton East Oregonian)
Troubles in deaths, staffing at Oregon Zoo (Portland Oregonian)
OR lacks planning for oil train spills (Portland Oregonian)
OSP executive placed on leave (Salem Statesman Journal)

Adam Smith on immigration detention (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
What to do with cloaed PA theatre (Port Angeles News)
Cruise ship arrives at PA today (Port Angeles News)
Spokane mayor speaks of lean government (Spokane Spokesman)
17 teachers may be lost at Tacoma (Tacoma News Tribune)
State commission approves Cowlitz gaming plan (Vancouver Columbian)
Special federal money for 4 Yakima schools (Yakima Herald Republic)