The Oregonian is the largest daily newspaper in Portland, OR. It is also the oldest publishing newspaper on the U.S. West Coast. The paper is owned by Advance Publications and covers local news, sports news, US breaking news, and weather updates in Portland. The award-winning newspaper circulates 91,000 copies daily, 77,035 copies on Saturdays, and 156,184 copies on Sundays.
The Bulletin is a daily newspaper published in Bend Oregon. It is owned by EO Media Group. The paper covers local news, sports, business, entertainment, and obituaries in Bend and Central Oregon. The Bulletin circulates 26,986 copies daily, 27,253 copies on Saturdays, and 27,599 copies on Sundays.
The Register-Guard is a daily newspaper owned by Gannett Newspaper. It covers local news, sports, entertainment and obituaries in Eugene, OR. The award winning newspaper circulates 43,000 copies daily, 47,000 copies on Saturdays, and 50,000 copies on Sundays.
The Statesman Journal is a daily newspaper published in Salem Oregon. The second-oldest newspaper in Salem is owned by Gannett. The newspaper covers local news, sports, things to do, travel and opinions. Statesman Journal circulates 27,859 copies daily and 36,232 copies on Sundays.
The Source Weekly is a newspaper for arts, entertainment, recreation, local news, live music, culture and events in Bend, OR. It is circulated throughout Central Oregon. The award-winning newspaper distributes 12,767 copies.
The Albany Democrat-Herald is a daily newspaper covering Albany and Linn County, OR. It is owned by Lee Enterprises. The newspaper is also distributed inthe towns of towns of Jefferson, Halsey, Tangent, Harrisburg, Brownsville, and Shedd. The Albany Democrat-Herald circulates 15,000 copies daily.
The Mail Tribune is a daily newspaper owned by Rosebud Media LLC. It covers local news, sports, deals, and obituaries in Medford, Oregon, United States that serves Jackson County, Oregon, and adjacent areas of Josephine County, Oregon and northern California. The Mail Tribune circulates 17,138 copies daily and 20,505 copies on Sundays.