List of Daily newspapers in Oregon
Albany Democrat-Herald (Linn County)
The Albany Democrat-Herald is a daily newspaper published in Albany, Oregon, United States. The paper is owned by the Iowa-based Lee Enterprises, a firm that also owns the daily Corvallis Gazette-Times, published in the adjacent market of Corvallis, Oregon, as well as two weeklies, the Lebanon Express and the Philomath Express. The two daily papers publish a joint Sunday edition, called Mid-Valley Sunday.
Ashland Daily Tidings (Jackson County)
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 owned by Rosebud Media. The Daily Tidings is distributed Monday through Saturday mornings.
Astoria Daily Astorian (Clatsop County)
The Astorian, formerly known as The Daily Astorian, is a newspaper, published in Astoria, Oregon, United States, established nearly 149 years ago in 1873, and in publication continuously since then. The paper serves the Astoria, Warrenton, Seaside area, the Long Beach Peninsula, and surrounding areas.
Bend Bulletin (Deschutes County)
The Bulletin is the daily newspaper of Bend, Oregon, United States. The Bulletin is owned by EO Media Group, which prior to January 2013 was named the East Oregonian Publishing Company. Over the years, a number of well-known journalists have been associated with the newspaper.
Coos Bay World (Coos County)
The World – A daily newspaper serving Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston, Coquille, Bandon and Reedsport.
Corvallis Gazette-Times (Benton County)
The Corvallis Gazette-Times is a daily newspaper in Corvallis, Benton County, 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.
Eugene Register-Guard (Lane County)
The Register-Guard is a daily newspaper in the northwestern United States, published in Eugene, Oregon. It was formed in a 1930 merger of two Eugene papers, the Eugene Daily Guard and the Morning Register.
Grants Pass Daily Courier (Josephine County)
The Grants Pass Daily Courier is an independent, family-owned daily newspaper published in Grants Pass, Oregon, United States. The Daily Courier covers Grants Pass and the surrounding area and is delivered throughout Josephine County, as well as parts of Jackson and Douglas counties.
Klamath Falls Herald and News (Klamath County)
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 General Manager and Editor is Gerry O’Brien. The Herald and News is a 15,000-circulation daily with a staff of 27.
Medford Mail Tribune ( Jackson County)
The Mail Tribune is a seven-day daily newspaper based in Medford, Oregon, the United States that serves Jackson County, Oregon, and adjacent areas of Josephine County, Oregon and northern California. Its coverage area centers on Medford and Ashland and includes many small communities in Jackson County.
Ontario Argus Observer (Malheur County)
The Argus Observer is the daily newspaper of Ontario, Oregon, United States. The newspaper 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.
Pendleton East Oregonian (Umatilla County)
The East Oregonian is a daily newspaper published in Pendleton, Oregon, United States and covering Umatilla and Morrow counties. The EO was the first-place winner of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association General Excellence award in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Roseburg News-Review (Douglas County)
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, and Winston.
Salem Statesman Journal (Marion County)
The Statesman Journal is the major daily newspaper published in Salem, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1851 as the Oregon Statesman, it later merged with the Capital-Journal to form the current newspaper, the second-oldest in Oregon.
Dalles Chronicle (Wasco County)
The Dalles Chronicle is a twice-weekly 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.
List of Non-daily newspapers in Oregon
Baker City Baker City Herald (Baker County)
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 EO Media Group and has a circulation of 2,304.
Bandon Western World (Coos County)
The World – A daily newspaper serving Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston, Coquille, Bandon and Reedsport.
Beaverton Valley Times (Washington County)
The Beaverton Valley Times, also known as the Valley Times, is a weekly newspaper covering the city of Beaverton, Oregon, United States, and adjacent unincorporated areas in the northern part of the Tualatin Valley. Owned since 2000 by the Pamplin Media Group, the paper was established in 1921.
Bend Source Weekly
The Source Weekly – Bend, OR – Bend / Central Oregon’s newspaper for arts, entertainment, recreation, local news, live music, culture and events.
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Brookings Curry Coastal Pilot (Curry County)
The Curry Coastal Pilot is a weekly newspaper published in Brookings, Oregon, United States, since 1946. It is published on Fridays by Country Media, Inc. and has a circulation of 5,223.
Canby Canby Herald (Clackamas County)
The Canby Herald is a weekly paper published in Canby, Oregon, United States, since 1906, and covering the cities of Canby and Aurora. As of 2014, the paper is published on Wednesdays and has a circulation of 5,410.
Cave Junction Illinois Valley News (Facebook page) (Josephine County)
The Illinois Valley News is a weekly newspaper published in Josephine County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It has a circulation of about 2,628.
Clatskanie Clatskanie Chief (Columbia County)
The Chief is a family-owned weekly newspaper in Clatskanie, Oregon, United States. The paper was founded in 1891 by F. T. Shute. E. W. Conyers, a businessman and a former state legislator, became the controlling owner in 1889. Conyers had been a lifelong Whig, and became a Republican when that party was formed.
Cottage Grove Cottage Grove Sentinel (Lane County)
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.
Dallas Itemizer-Observer (Polk County)
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.
Enterprise Wallowa County Chieftain
The Wallowa County Chieftain is a weekly newspaper in Enterprise, Wallowa County in the U.S. state of Oregon. Founded in Joseph in 1884 by S. A. Heckethorn, it preceded the establishment of the county itself. A few years after Enterprise was selected as the county seat, the paper relocated there.
Gresham Estacada News
Stay in touch with Estacada’s Local News-Leader. Breaking News, Sports, Food & Lifestyle.
Eugene Eugene Weekly
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.
Florence Siuslaw News (Lane County)
The Siuslaw News is a semiweekly newspaper published in Florence, Oregon, United States, since 1904. 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.
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.
Gold Beach Curry County Reporter (Curry County)
The Curry County Reporter is a weekly newspaper in Gold Beach, Oregon. It was established in 1914 and has a circulation of 2180.
Hermiston Hermiston Herald (Umatilla County)
The Hermiston Herald is a weekly paper published in Hermiston, Oregon, United States, since 1906. The Herald was founded by Horace Greeley Newport and William Skinner. It is published on Wednesdays by EO Media Group and has a circulation of 2,039. The paper was formerly owned by Western Communications. G. M.
Hood River Hood River News (Hood River County)
The Hood River News is a semi-weekly newspaper published in Hood River, Oregon, United States, since 1905. It is published on Wednesdays and Saturdays by Eagle Newspapers and has a circulation of 4,226.
John Day Blue Mountain Eagle (Grant County)
The Blue Mountain Eagle is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays in John Day, Oregon. It was established in 1868, and has undergone a long string of mergers in the decades since. It has a circulation of 2,491. The Eagle was acquired by the East Oregonian Publishing Company in 1979.
Keizer Keizertimes (Marion County)
The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
La Grande The Observer (Union County)
The Observer, established in 1896, is a newspaper that serves Union and Wallowa counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. Its headquarters are in La Grande, the seat of Union County. The Observer circulates Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons to more than 10,000 people.
Lakeview Lake County Examiner
The Lake County Examiner is a weekly newspaper published in Lakeview, Oregon, United States. The newspaper was founded in 1880 by Stephen P. Moss and Charles A. Cogswell. Over the years, the paper has had a number of publishers. Today, it is owned by Adams Publishing Group.
Lebanon Lebanon Express (Linn County)
The Lebanon Express is the weekly newspaper of Lebanon, Oregon, United States. It is owned by Lee Enterprises. Founded on March 5, 1887, the paper is published every Wednesday. The Lebanon Express is the only newspaper specifically serving the city of Lebanon.
Lincoln City News Guard (Lincoln County)
The Lincoln City News Guard is a newspaper serving Lincoln City and its surrounding community in the U.S. state of Oregon. Its predecessor was founded in 1927 and is published weekly on Wednesdays.
Madras Pioneer (Jefferson County)
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 3,885. 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.
Manzanita North Coast Citizen
Founded in 1996, the North Coast Citizen and NorthCoastCitizen.com serve the heart of the Oregon Coast, including the Nehalem Bay communities of Manzanita.
McKenzie Bridge McKenzie River Reflections (Lane County)
McKenzie River Reflections is the weekly newspaper serving Oregon’s McKenzie River Valley.
McMinnville News-Register (Yamhill County)
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.
Molalla Molalla Pioneer (Clackamas)
The Molalla Pioneer is the local weekly newspaper in Molalla, Oregon, the United States which began publishing in 1913. The Pioneer is currently a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays.
Newberg Newberg Graphic (Yamhill County)
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.
Newport Newport News-Times (Lincoln County)
The News–Times is a semiweekly newspaper published in Newport, Oregon, United States. It was established in the 1880s and is owned by the News Media.
Prineville Central Oregonian (Crook County)
The Central Oregonian is a twice-weekly newspaper published in Prineville in the U.S. state of Oregon. Tracing its roots to 1881, the paper covers Central Oregon where it is the newspaper of record for Crook County. In 1921, a merger of the Prineville Call and the Crook County Journal formed the Central Oregonian.
Reedsport Umpqua Post (Douglas County)
The Umpqua Post was a weekly newspaper serving Reedsport, Oregon, United States and the surrounding area in Douglas and Coos counties. It was published each Wednesday by The World newspaper in Coos Bay. The paper was distributed in Reedsport and nearby Gardiner, Scottsburg, Elkton, Winchester Bay and Coos Bay.
Rogue River Rogue River Press (Jackson County)
The Rogue River Press is a weekly newspaper serving the southern part of the U.S. state of Oregon, established in 1915.
Salem Capital Press
The Capital Press is a weekly agricultural newspaper covering the West Coast of the United States and published in Salem, Oregon. The newspaper covers farming, ranching and agriculture industries in the Pacific Northwest. The newspaper is owned by the EO Media Group.
Sandy Sandy Post (Clackamas)
Stay in touch with Hillsboro’s Local News Leader. Breaking News, Sports, Food & Lifestyle.
St. Helens Chronicle (Columbia County)
Columbia County’s leading source of local news.
Sisters Nugget Newspaper
The Nugget Newspaper is an independent weekly newspaper published in Sisters, Oregon, the United States with a print readership of 12,100 and a circulation of 8,000. The online edition at nuggetnews.com claims a readership of 9,500 readers per month.
Sutherlin Douglas County News
The Douglas County News was a weekly newspaper serving Douglas County, Oregon, United States.
Sweet Home New Era (Linn County)
The New Era is a newspaper in Sweet Home in the U.S. state of Oregon. It has been published weekly since its inception in 1929, and covers east Linn County.
Tillamook Headlight-Herald (Tillamook County)
Woodburn Woodburn Independent
Stay in touch with Woodburn Independent’s Local News-Leader. Breaking News, Sports, Food & Lifestyle.
Warrenton Columbia Press (Clatsop County)
The Columbia Press is a weekly newspaper in Warrenton, Oregon, the USA covering local news, sports, business, politics and community events.
List of Student newspapers in Oregon
Barometer (Oregon State University)
The Daily Barometer is an independent campus newspaper of Oregon State University, in Corvallis, Oregon. It is published weekly during the fall, winter, and spring quarters, and monthly during the summer.
Clackamas Print (Clackamas Community College)
The Clackamas Print is the award-winning student newspaper of Clackamas Community College. It was established in 1966. According to the newspaper’s staff and information box, its goal is to “report the news in an honest, unbiased and professional manner”.
Crescent (George Fox University)
The Crescent strives to bring you the latest news, details about campus happenings, opinions on current events and popular topics worldwide, and everything.
Emerald (University of Oregon)
The Daily Emerald is the news division of Emerald Media Group, University of Oregon’s independent student media organization.
Pacific Index (Pacific University)
Pacific University’s student newspaper, The Pacific Index, was established in 1892.
Willamette Collegian (Willamette University)
The Collegian or Willamette Collegian is the student-run newspaper of Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1875, the weekly paper has been in continuous publication since 1889. It is a member of the College Publisher Network.
Torch (Lane Community College)
The Torch serves three purposes: it provides news and information of importance and interest to Lane students and staff; serves as a learning laboratory.
advocate (Mt. Hood Community College)
The Advocate has been serving the students and staff at Mt. Hood Community College, and other interested readers, for nearly 30 years.
List of Press association in Oregon
The Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association is a trade association for all paid-circulation daily, weekly, and multi-weekly newspapers in the U.S. state of Oregon. It represents and promotes newspapers, and encourages excellence in reporting and coverage with an annual series of awards.