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List of major newspapers in Oregon featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 61 Oregon local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Oregon.

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Oregon Newspapers List

Newspapers Location Image Website
Albany Democrat-Herald Albany, OR
Argus Observer Ontario, OR
Ashland Daily Tidings Ashland, OR Ashland Daily Tidings
Baker City Herald Baker City, OR Baker City Herald
Blue Mountain Eagle John Day, OR Blue Mountain Eagle
Business Journal of Portland Portland, OR
Canby Herald Canby , OR
Cannon Beach Gazette Cannon Beach, OR
Cascade Business News Bend , OR
Central Oregon Classified Ads Bend , OR
Central Oregonian Prineville, OR
Clatskanie Chief Clatskanie, OR
Corvallis Gazette Times Corvallis, OR
Cottage Grove Sentinel Cottage Grove, OR
Curry Coastal Pilot Brookings, OR
Curry County Reporter Gold Beach, OR
Dalles Chronicle The Dalles, OR
East Oregonian Pendleton, OR
El Hispanic News Portland, OR
Eugene Weekly Eugene, OR
Headlight-Herald Tillamook, OR
Herald and News Klamath Falls, OR
Hermiston Herald Hermiston, OR
Hip Fish Astoria, OR
Jewish Review Portland, OR
Keizertimes Keizer, OR
La Grande Observer La Grande, OR
Lake County Examiner Lakeview, OR
Lebanon Express Lebanon, OR
Madras Pioneer Madras, OR
Mail Tribune Medford, OR
News Times Newport, OR
News-Register McMinnville, OR
Port Orford News Port Orford, OR
Portland Tribune Portland, OR
Rogue River Press Rogue River, OR
Sagebrush News Prineville, OR
Seaside Signal Seaside, OR
Seaside Signal Gearhart, OR
Sister Nugget Sisters, OR
South County Spotlight Scappoose, OR
Statesman Journal Salem , OR
Stayton Mail Stayton, OR
The Appeal Tribune Silverton, OR
The Asian Reporter Portland, OR
The Bulletin Bend , OR
The Daily Astorian Astoria, OR
The Newberg Graphic Newberg, OR
The News Guard Lincoln City, OR
The News-Review Roseburg, OR
The Oregon Herald Portland, OR
The Oregonian Portland, OR
The Outlook Gresham, OR
The Register-Guard Eugene, OR
The Skanner Portland, OR
The Source Bend , OR
The World Coos Bay, OR
Wallowa County Chieftain Enterprise, OR
Willamette Week Portland, OR
Wilsonville Spokesman Wilsonville, OR
Woodburn Independent Woodburn, OR
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Oregon is one of the favorite destinations for adventurers in the United States, as the state offers many options for mountain tours and breathtaking natural landscapes. One of these places is Crater Lake, which is considered the deepest lake in the country. The place is inserted in a crater of an inactive volcano and the accumulated water is caused by the melting when the temperatures are warmer.

Accessible only during the summer, the Crater Lake National Park is considered the fifth oldest U.S. park. The tip is to take advantage of the more than 700 kilometers of fully preserved area to camp and enjoy nature.


Oregon is located north of California on the west coast of the United States. Oregon received the nickname "Beaver State" because of the strong forestry at that time. Today, the economy of this state in the West is dominated by technology companies. There were also many Indian tribes in the past, but the number has declined to this day. In Oregon there are 228 State parks with a total area of ​​381 kmē, which preserve the original beauty of the country.

Salem has 150,000 inhabitants and is the capital of Oregon. While the older tourists are probably more interested in the Mission Hill Museum or the Elsinore Theater, the lavishly designed Salem Skatepark could be of interest to the young visitors.

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