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Logotype Name Newspapers City Format Information Owner
Albany Democrat-Herald Albany Broadsheet The Albany Democrat-Herald is the daily newspaper of Albany, Oregon, United States. Lee Enterprises owns both the Democrat-Herald and the Corvallis Gazette-Times. The two papers publish a joint Sunday edition, the Mid-Valley Times. The newspaper covers Albany, Lebanon, Jefferson, Halsey, Tangent, Harrisburg, Brownsville, Shedd, and Sweet Home. Website. Lee Enterprises
Ashland Daily Tidings Ashland Broadsheet The Ashland Daily Tidings is a morning newspaper serving the city of Ashland, Oregon, United States. Like its sister publication, the Medford-based Mail Tribune, it is part of the Dow Jones Local Media Group chain, a subsidiary of Dow Jones. Website. Dow Jones Local Media Group
The Daily Astorian Astoria Broadsheet The Daily Astorian is a daily newspaper, published in Astoria, Oregon, United States, established in 1873 and in publication continuously since then. The paper serves the Astoria, Warrenton, Seaside area, the Long Beach Peninsula, and surrounding areas. The newspaper is published Monday through Friday and has a circulation of approximately 8,400. Website. East Oregonian Publishing Company
The Record-Courier Baker City - The Record-Courier is an independent weekly paper published in Baker City, Oregon, United States, since 1901. It is published on Thursdays by the Brinton Estate and has a circulation of 2,470. It is the newspaper of record for Baker County. The Record-Courier competes with the tri-weekly Baker City Herald. Website. -
Baker City Herald Baker City - The Baker City Herald is a tri-weekly paper published in Baker City, Oregon, United States, since 1870. It is published on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays by Western Communications and has a circulation of 2,715. The Herald was formerly the newspaper of record for Baker County. It competes with The Record-Courier, a weekly. Website. -
Beaverton Valley Times Beaverton Broadsheet The Beaverton Valley Times is a weekly newspaper covering the city of Beaverton, Oregon, United States. Owned by the Pamplin Media Group, the paper was established in 1921. Based in neighboring Portland, the Valley Times is printed each Thursday and has a total circulation of 5,774.Website. Pamplin Media Group
The Bulletin Bend - The Bulletin is the daily newspaper of Bend, Oregon, United States. The Bulletin is owned by Western Communications, a family-owned corporation founded by editor Robert W. Chandler. WesCom owns nine publications in Oregon and California. Website. -
Curry Coastal Pilot Brookings - The Curry Coastal Pilot is a biweekly paper published in Brookings, Oregon, United States, since 1946. It is published on Wednesdays and Saturdays by Western Communications and has a circulation of 6,439. Website. -
Burns Times-Herald Burns - The Burns Times-Herald is a weekly newspaper serving the city of Burns, Oregon, and the surrounding Harney County area. The newspaper was established in 1887. Website. -
Canby Herald Canby - The Canby Herald is one of the state's oldest newspapers, having been established in 1906. The winner of numerous newspaper, advertising and publishing awards, the Canby Herald is owned by Eagle Newspapers, Inc. and is run by publisher Bill Cassel.Website. -
The World Coos Bay Broadsheet The World is a daily newspaper in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States. From its office on Commercial Avenue in downtown Coos Bay, The World serves Oregon's South Coast, including the cities of Coos Bay, North Bend, Reedsport, Bandon, Lakeside, Coquille and Myrtle Point. Website. Lee Enterprises
Corvallis Gazette-Times Corvallis Broadsheet The Corvallis Gazette-Times is a daily newspaper in Corvallis, Oregon, United States. The newspaper, along with its sister publication, the Albany Democrat-Herald of neighboring Albany, Oregon, is owned by Lee Enterprises of Davenport, Iowa. The Corvallis newspaper has a daily circulation of 11,524, and a Sunday circulation of 12,021. Website. Lee Enterprises
Cottage Grove Sentinel Cottage Grove - The Cottage Grove Sentinel is a weekly newspaper serving the city of Cottage Grove, Oregon, United States. It was established in 1889 and is owned by News Media Corporation. News Media bought the Sentinel from Lee Enterprises in 2006. Lee had owned the paper since 1997. The Sentinel is published on Wednesdays and has a circulation of 3,331. Website. -
Polk County Itemizer-Observer Dallas - The Polk County Itemizer-Observer is a weekly newspaper published in Dallas, Oregon, United States, and covering Dallas, Monmouth, Independence, Falls City and the surrounding area. It was established in 1875 and is owned by Eagle Newspapers. The Itemizer-Observer is published on Wednesdays and its circulation is 4,988. It is the newspaper of record for Polk County.. Website. -
Eugene Weekly Eugene Tabloid The Eugene Weekly is an alternative weekly newspaper published in Eugene, Oregon. The paper, published every Thursday, has a circulation of 39,850. It publishes an annual "Best of Eugene" list, a restaurant guide, and special sections on festivals, music, wine, health, and travel.Website. Independent
The Register-Guard Eugene Broadsheet The Register-Guard is a daily newspaper published in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It was formed in a 1930 merger of two Eugene papers, the Eugene Daily Guard and the Morning Register. The paper serves the Eugene-Springfield area, as well as the Oregon Coast, Umpqua River Valley, and surrounding areas. Website. Guard Publishing Co.
Siuslaw News Florence - The Siuslaw News is a biweekly paper published in Florence, Oregon, United States, since 1890. The News covers western Lane County, from the Pacific Ocean to Deadwood and Greenleaf, and from Yachats on the north to Gardiner on the south. The paper was previously known as the Siuslaw Oar and The West. It is published on Wednesdays and Saturdays by the News Media Corporation and has a circulation of 5,281. Website. -
Forest Grove Leader Forest Grove Tabloid The Forest Grove Leader is a weekly community newspaper in Forest Grove in the U.S. state of Oregon. Started in 2012, it is published by the Oregonian Publishing Company, which also publishes The Oregonian and The Hillsboro Argus newspapers. The free publication competes with the News-Times in the city, a suburb in the Portland metropolitan area. Website. Advance Publications Inc.
News-Times Forest Grove Tabloid The Forest Grove News-Times is a weekly newspaper covering the city of Forest Grove in the U.S. state of Oregon. Published on Wednesdays, it has a circulation of approximately 3,100. The paper is owned by Pamplin Media Group, which owns other community newspapers in the Portland metropolitan area. Website. Pamplin Media Group
Grants Pass Daily Courier Grants Pass - The Grants Pass Daily Courier is an independent daily newspaper published in Grants Pass, Oregon, United States. The Courier covers Grants Pass and the surrounding area and is delivered throughout Josephine County, as well as parts of Jackson and Douglas counties. It was established in 1885 and is owned by Courier Publishing Company. Website. Courier Publishing Company
The Outlook Gresham - The Outlook is a newspaper published in Gresham, Oregon, a suburb of Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon. It was founded in 1911, and is currently owned by the Pamplin Media Group. It was named the Gresham Outlook from 1911 to 1991 and was published by H. L. St. Clair, who incorporated the business as the Outlook Publishing Company in 1917. The paper was renamed simply The Outlook in 1991. Pamplin Media Group
The Hermiston Herald Hermiston Broadsheet The Hermiston Herald is a bi-weekly paper published in Hermiston, Oregon, United States, since 1906. The Herald was founded by Horace Greeley Newport and William Skinner. Website. East Oregonian Publishing Company
The Hillsboro Argus Hillsboro Broadsheet The Hillsboro Argus is the twice weekly newspaper for the city of Hillsboro, Oregon. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays, the Argus has a circulation of 9,532 copies distributed in Washington County, Oregon, United States. First published in 1873, the award-winning paper was owned by the McKinney family for more than 90 years when it was sold to Advance Publications in 1999. Website. Advance Publications
Hillsboro Tribune Hillsboro Broadsheet The Hillsboro Tribune is a twice-monthly newspaper printed on alternating Fridays that covers the city of Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon. Owned by the Pamplin Media Group, the newspaper published its first issue on September 7, 2012. Website. Pamplin Media Group
Hood River News Hood River - The Hood River News is a bi-weekly paper published in Hood River, Oregon, United States, since 1905. It is published on Wednesdays and Saturdays by Eagle Newspapers and has a circulation of 4,843. Website. -
Keizertimes Keizer - The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper of Keizer, Oregon, United States. It is produced on Fridays, and has a distribution of approximately 3500, through the mail and newsstands. Founded in 1979, the paper is published by Lyndon Zaitz, and is locally-owned by Wheatland Publishing Corp. Website. -
Herald and News Klamath Falls Berliner The Herald and News is a daily newspaper serving the city of Klamath Falls and Klamath County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It also distributes east into Lake County. The publisher is Heidi Wright and the editor is Steve Miller. The Herald and News is a 17,500-circulation daily with a newsroom staff of 21.Website. Pioneer News Group
The Observer La Grande - The Observer, established in 1896, is proud to be Union and Wallowa counties' news leader. The newspaper, with over 14,000 readers in those two counties, is published Monday through Friday afternoon. The Observer is part of the Western Communications Inc. family of newspapers. Website. -
Lake Oswego Review Lake Oswego - The Lake Oswego Review is a newspaper published in Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States, a suburb of Portland. It is owned by the Pamplin Media Group. Website. Pamplin Media Group
Lake County Examiner Lakeview - The Lake County Examiner is a weekly newspaper serving Lake County and Lakeview, Oregon. It was established in 1880 by Stephen Moss and C. A. Cogswell. The main revenue for newspapers was from legal advertisements due to the land claim boom as the homesteaders had to advertise their intentions and final claims.Website. Pioneer News Group
Lebanon Express Lebanon Broadsheet Founded in 1887, the paper is published every Wednesday. The Lebanon Express is the only newspaper specifically serving the city of Lebanon and has a circulation of 2,385. The Albany Democrat-Herald, Corvallis Gazette-Times, the Eugene Register-Guard, and the Salem Statesman Journal also cover stories in the Mid-Willamette Valley. Website. Lee Enterprises
The Madras Pioneer Madras - The Madras Pioneer is a weekly paper published in Madras, Oregon, United States, since 1904. It is published on Wednesdays and has a circulation of 4,124. It is the newspaper of record for Jefferson County. The paper was once owned by Oregon governor Elmo Smith, whose family still owns Eagle Newspapers. Website. -
The News-Register McMinnville Broadsheet The News-Register is a newspaper published in McMinnville, Oregon, United States. It is a semi-weekly community newspaper serving McMinnville and the surrounding Yamhill Valley. Website. Bladine family
Mail Tribune Medford Broadsheet Founded on April 2, 1907, the newspaper is now owned by Dow Jones Local Media Group, a subsidiary of Dow Jones & Company, which is in turn a subsidiary of News Corp. It was awarded the 1934 Pulitzer Prize for Meritorious Service, because of its coverage of corrupt politicians. Website. Dow Jones Local Media Group
Newberg Graphic Newberg Broadsheet The Newberg Graphic is the weekly newspaper of Newberg, Oregon, United States. In January 2013, the paper was sold to the Pamplin Media Group along with five other papers owned by Eagle Newspapers. Website. Pamplin Media Group
News-Times Newport - The News-Times is a bi-weekly newspaper published in Newport, Oregon, United States. It was established in 1882 and is owned by the News Media Corporation. The News-Times is published on Wednesdays and Fridays has a circulation of 6,842 . It is the newspaper of record for Lincoln County. Website. News Media Corporation
Argus Observer Ontario - The Argus Observer is the daily newspaper of Ontario, Oregon, United States. The paper was established on January 6, 1897, and went through several names and owners before becoming the Argus Observer, which is a reference to Argus Panoptes, a creature from Greek mythology that had 100 eyes. Website. -
East Oregonian Pendleton Broadsheet The East Oregonian (EO) is a daily newspaper published in Pendleton, Oregon, United States and covering Umatilla and Morrow counties. The newspaper was established in 1875 by M. P. Bull, as a weekly. East Oregonian Publishing Company
The Asian Reporter Portland - The Asian Reporter is a Pacific Northwest-based weekly newspaper, published in Portland, Oregon, United States. The paper was founded in 1991 and features international and local Northwest news and events with an Asian focus. Website. -
Catholic Sentinel Portland - The Catholic Sentinel is the oldest Catholic newspaper on the West Coast. Established in 1870, it has long played a vital and bolstering role for the Catholic community. Website. -
Daily Journal of Commerce Portland - The Daily Journal of Commerce (DJC) is a U.S. newspaper published daily except Saturday and Sunday in Portland, Oregon. It features business, construction, real estate, legal news and public notices. It is a member of American Court & Commercial Newspapers Inc. Website. The Dolan Company
Jewish Review Portland - The Jewish Review is a twice-monthly, non-profit newspaper published in Portland, Oregon, United States. The paper has been published since 1959 by the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland. Website. -
Northwest Labor Press Portland - The Northwest Labor Press is a newspaper which covers the American labor movement in the Pacific Northwest. The newspaper covers union organizing campaigns, contract negotiations, strikes, and news about labor unions in Oregon and southwest Washington. The target audience for the journal comprises workers, and union leaders and members. Website. -
The Oregonian Portland Broadsheet The Oregonian is the major daily newspaper in Portland, Oregon, owned by Advance Publications. It is the oldest continuously published newspaper on the U.S. west coast, founded as a weekly by Thomas J. Dryer on December 4, 1850. Website. Advance Publications, a media company owned by the descendants of S.I. Newhouse
Portland Business Journal Portland - The latest breaking business news, updated throughout the day, some of this week's top stories from the Portland Business Journal and other popular features from the print edition.Website. -
Portland Tribune Portland Broadsheet The Tribune is part of the Pamplin Media Group, which publishes a number of community newspapers in the Portland metropolitan area, and also owns and operates the talk radio station KPAM, and several other radio stations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Website. Pamplin Media Group
Portland Alliance Portland - The Portland Alliance is a free monthly newspaper in Portland, Oregon. The newspaper is the primary project of a non-profit organization, the Northwest Alliance for Alternative Media and Education. The newspaper has no paid staff and is developed and distributed by volunteers. Website. Northwest Alliance for Alternative Media and Education
The Portland Mercury Portland Tabloid The Portland Mercury is an alternative weekly newspaper published in Portland, Oregon. It serves to chronicle the ever-changing Portland music scene, and generally includes interviews, commentaries, reviews, and concert dates. Website. Index Publishing
Street Roots Portland Compact Street Roots is a biweekly street newspaper published in Portland, Oregon, United States. The paper is sold by members of the local homeless community and is published every two weeks on a Friday. Website. -
Willamette Week Portland Tabloid Willamette Week (WW) is an alternative weekly newspaper published in Portland, Oregon, United States, since 1974. It features reports on local news, politics, sports, business and culture. Website. City of Roses Newspapers
Central Oregonian Prineville - The Central Oregonian is a bi-weekly paper published in Prineville, Oregon, United States since 1881 and covering Central Oregon. It is published on Wednesdays and Saturdays by Eagle Newspapers and has a circulation of 2,976. It is the newspaper of record for Crook County. Website. -
The Redmond Spokesman Redmond - The Redmond Spokesman is a weekly newspaper published in Redmond, Oregon. The paper serves the city of Redmond and neighboring communities in northern Deschutes County, focusing on local news and events. It has a circulation of about 4,300. The Spokesman was founded in 1910 by Henry H. Palmer. Website. -
The Umpqua Post Reedsport Broadsheet The Umpqua Post is a weekly newspaper serving Reedsport, Oregon, United States and the surrounding area in Douglas and Coos counties. It is owned by Southwestern Oregon Publishing Company, a subsidiary of Lee Enterprises and is published each Wednesday by The World newspaper in Coos Bay. Website. Lee Enterprises, a publicly traded American media company
The News-Review Roseburg - The News-Review is a six-day-a-week community newspaper published in Roseburg, Oregon, United States. The circulation area covers most of Douglas County including Canyonville, Glide, Myrtle Creek, Oakland, Roseburg, Sutherlin, Winston, and many other small communities. Website. -
Capital Press Salem Broadsheet The Capital Press is a weekly agricultural newspaper covering the West Coast of the United States, and published in Salem, Oregon. The newspaper, which covers farming, ranching and agriculture industries, has a circulation of approximately 35,000. The newspaper is owned by the East Oregonian Publishing Company. Website. East Oregonian Publishing Company
Salem Weekly Salem Tabloid Salem Weekly is the only alternative monthly newspaper in Salem, Oregon, United States. The bi-weekly paper was established as a monthly in April 2005. It is owned and managed by Andrew P. "AP" Walther. Salem Weekly is a member of the Salem Chamber of Commerce. Website. Independent
Statesman Journal Salem Broadsheet The Statesman Journal is the major daily newspaper published in Salem, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1851, the Oregon Statesman later merged with the Capital Journal to form the current newspaper, the second-oldest in Oregon. Website. Gannett Company
The Sandy Post Sandy - The Sandy Post is a weekly newspaper, published in Sandy, Oregon, United States. The paper, founded in 1937, serves the communities of Sandy, Boring, the Villages at Mount Hood and the surrounding areas. The newspaper is owned by Community Newspapers/Pamplin Media Group, a company of Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. Pamplin acquired the Post from Lee Enterprises in 2000. Website. -
Seaside Signal Seaside - The Signal was founded Saturday, March 25, 1905 as a weekly. It was edited by R. M. Watson. The paper was a tabloid format and cost $2.00 for a year's subscription. On May 11, 1907 the newspaper changed to a broadsheet format. Since then the Signal has changed formats numerous times. Website. -
The Sun Sheridan - The Sun is the newspaper for Sheridan, Oregon, United States. The paper is published once per week on Wednesdays. Coverage of The Sun is the West Valley communities of Sheridan, Willamina, and Grand Ronde in the Yamhill Valley of Yamhill and Polk counties. Website. Clinton Vining Company LLC
Nugget Newspaper Sisters - The Nugget Newspaper is an independent weekly newspaper published in Sisters, Oregon, United States with a circulation of 7,400. It was founded in 1978 and is published by Kiki Dolson. The Nugget is an associate member of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. Website. -
The Chronicle St. Helens - The Chronicle is a weekly newspaper published in St. Helens, Oregon, United States. It was established in 1881 and is owned by Country Media. The Chronicle is published on Wednesdays and has a circulation of 4,372. It is the newspaper of record for Columbia County. Website. -
Douglas County News Sutherlin - Originally established in 2002 as the North County News, the name was changed to the Douglas County News when the paper was purchased by publisher Becky Holm in 2008. With this transition, the paper went county-wide from a more geocentric circulation. Website. -
The Dalles Chronicle The Dalles Broadsheet The Dalles Chronicle is the daily newspaper published in The Dalles, Oregon, United States. It serves The Dalles, and much of the eastern Columbia Gorge region, and the outlying areas of Wasco and Sherman Counties. Its first issue was published on December 10, 1890. Website. Eagle Newspapers
Headlight-Herald Tillamook - The Headlight-Herald is a weekly paper published in Tillamook, Oregon, United States, since 1888. It is published on Wednesdays by Country Media and has a circulation of 7,486. It is the newspaper of record for Tillamook County. Website. -
West Linn Tidings West Linn - The West Linn Tidings is a newspaper published in West Linn, Oregon, United States, a suburb of Portland. It is owned by the Pamplin Media Group. Website. Pamplin Media Group
Wilsonville Spokesman Wilsonville Broadsheet Started in 1983 in the southern suburb of Portland, Oregon, the publication has a circulation of approximately 3,500. Published on Wednesdays, the paper is owned by Pamplin Media Group, which owns other local newspapers in Oregon such as The Newberg Graphic and The Canby Herald. Website. Pamplin Media Group
Woodburn Independent Woodburn - The Woodburn Independent is a bi-weekly paper published in Woodburn, Oregon, United States, and also covering the cities of Hubbard, Aurora, Donald, Gervais, St. Paul and Mt. Angel, and the surrounding area of Marion County. The Independent was founded in 1888. It is published on Wednesdays and Saturdays by Eagle Newspapers and has a circulation of 3,407. Website. -