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List of major newspapers in Washington featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 81 Washington 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 Washington.

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Washington Newspapers List

Newspapers Location Image Website
Anacortes American Anacortes, WA
Bainbridge Island Review Bainbridge, WA
Bellingham Herald Whatcom County, WA Bellingham Herald
Camas-Washougal Post-Record Camas , WA Camas-Washougal Post-Record
Central Kitsap Reporter Silverdale, WA Central Kitsap Reporter
Chinook Observer Long Beach, WA
Citizen Review Online Sequim, WA
Daily Record Ellensburg, WA
Daily Sun News Sunnyside, WA
Eastside Journal Bellevue, WA
Federal Way Mirror Federal Way, WA
Goldendale Sentinel Goldendale, WA
Island Beachcomber Vashon-Maury, WA
Islands' Sounder Friday Harbor, WA
Issaquah Press Issaquah, WA
Jefferson County Leader Port Townsend, WA
Journal San Juan Islands Friday Harbor, WA
Lake Stevens Journal Lake Stevens, WA
Lynden Tribune Lynden, WA
Mercer Island Reporter Mercer Island, WA
Methow Valley News Twisp , WA
Monroe Monitor Monroe, WA
Navy Base News Everett, WA
North Kitsap Herald Poulsbo, WA
Northwest News Woodinville, WA
Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle Omak , WA
Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles, WA
Port Orchard Independent Port Orchard, WA
Puget Sound Business Journal Seattle, WA
Puget Sound News Seattle, WA
Pullman Daily News Pullman, WA
Renton Reporter Renton, WA
Robinson Community Newspapers Seattle, WA
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce Seattle, WA
Seattle Post Intelligencer Seattle, WA
Seattle Press Seattle, WA
Seattle Sun Seattle, WA
Seattle Times Seattle, WA
Seattle Union Record Seattle, WA
Seattle Weekly Seattle, WA
Skagit Valley Herald Mount Vernon, WA
Snoqualmie Valley Record North Bend, WA
Snoqualmie Valley Record Snoqualmie, WA
South County Journal Kent , WA
South Whidbey Record Langley, WA
Spokane Journal of Business Spokane, WA
Stanwood/Camano News Stanwood, WA
Tacoma Daily Index Tacoma, WA
The Bellingham Herald Bellingham, WA
The Boomerang Palouse, WA
The Business Examiner Tacoma, WA
The Chronicle Centralia, WA
The Columbian Vancouver, WA
The Daily News Longview, WA
The Daily World Aberdeen, WA
The Dispatch Eatonville, WA
The Enterprise White Salmon, WA
The Herald Everett, WA
The Leavenworth Echo Leavenworth, WA
The Local Planet Spokane, WA
The News Tribune Tacoma, WA
The Nisqually Valley News Yelm , WA
The Northern Light Blaine, WA
The Olympian Olympia, WA
The Peninsula Gateway Gig Harbor, WA
The Puyallup Herald Puyallup, WA
The Reflector Battle Ground, WA
The Sequim Gazette Sequim, WA
The Spokesman-Review Spokane, WA
The Star Grand Coulee, WA
The Sun Bremerton, WA
Tri-CityHerald Kennewick, WA
Tri-CityHerald Richland, WA
Tri-CityHerald Pasco , WA
Vancouver Business Journal Vancouver, WA
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin Walla Walla, WA
Wenatchee World Wenatchee, WA
West Seattle Herald Seattle, WA
Whidbey News-Times Oak Harbor, WA
Woodinville Weekly Woodinville, WA
Yakima Herald-Republic Yakima, WA
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The state of Washington borders Canada and is located in the region of the so-called Pacific states. That's where the famous city of Seattle is located. Seattle is known for bringing big city and nature together in one place. Known as the "emerald city" because of its green areas, the city offers popular and cultural routes to tourists, who can still explore the national parks close to the city.

One of the must-see places in Seattle is the Space Needle, the largest postcard in the city. It is a 184 meter high tower with an observation deck in the shape of a flying saucer.

Washington is located north of Oregon and borders the Canadian province of British Columbia. The state of Washington should not be confused with the state capital, Washington DC

Seattle is the largest city in Washington and is particularly characterized by many parks, lakes and coffee shops. At the same time, however, Seattle is a metropolis and offers a public transport system so that young people can also get around easily. Most tourists who visit Washington State fly to Seattle, the most important city in terms of tourism, and drive from there into the state. Seattle is a very beautiful city with many attractions and a lively cultural and entertainment scene.

The majority of the population is concentrated around the Puget Sound in the west of the state, where the capital Olympia and Seattle, by far the largest city, are located.


Unforgettable sights in Washington

National parks

One of the spectacular sights is the cascade mountain range with the high volcanic mountains of St. Rainer, Mount St. Helens and other large and small volcanoes. Mount Rainer is the highest of the volcanic mountains with its own national park.

The North Cascades National Park is located on the border with Canada and includes several recreation areas of national importance. Particularly noteworthy are the Skagit River, Pelton Peak, Yawning Glacier and Magic Mountain. The special thing about this national park is that it is largely undeveloped and thus exerts its special charm. However, it is therefore not entirely safe for inexperienced hikers in high altitudes. Only about 20,000 visitors stray here every year.

The oldest park is the Olympic National Park in the far west, founded in 1888. This is located on the peninsula of the same name and is popular for its hiking trails along the coast and the temperate rainforests.

wine growing

A total of 13 regions with diverse wine growing are spread over Washington. 900 wineries invite you to wine tasting and interesting tours.


Seattle is the secret capital of this state. It is not only the gateway to the Pacific region, but also to the majestic volcanic mountain ranges and extensive coastal landscapes directly on the Pacific. At the same time, Seattle is the coffee capital, because the café density here is significantly higher than in the rest of the country. Starbucks opened its first branch here in 1971.

The rich and fertile valleys and farms in this metropolitan region ensure a thriving gastro scene. The diverse music scene is also impressive. A well-known landmark is the Space Needle in the form of a flying saucer with a height of 174 meters, from which there is a great panoramic view of the city and the surrounding area. The SkyCity revolving restaurant is an attraction.

Another hot spot is the Pike Place Market, a lively market where visitors can get everything from flowers to wine. The flying fish that dealers throw at their employees offer a particularly cheerful scene in order to save time when selling.

Palouse Falls

In the Palouse Falls State Park is the official waterfall of the state of Washington, which is accessible via numerous hiking trails. The atmosphere in the evening is particularly beautiful in the light of the setting sun.

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