Hermiston Herald Reader Survey Sweepstakes Rules

“Hermiston Herald VISA Gift Card Sweepstakes” OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES RULES NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS SWEEPSTAKES. OPEN ONLY TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE STATE OF OREGON OR THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, WHO ARE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD AS OF THE DATE OF ENTRY. By entering this […]


Advertise with Capital Press

Consider whether a display ad or a classified line ad is best for you. A Display Ad . . . is any ad with a border. News Display (ROP) is located within the news and editorial sections in the front of the paper. Classified Display is located under numeric classifications in the back of the paper. Click Here To Place a […]


Wallowa County Chieftain

The Wallowa County Chieftain has a long, proud history of chronicling the daily life of the northeast corner of Oregon, week in and week out, year after year. In more than 125 years, the Chieftain has published every week, never missing an issue, while at least 25 other county publications have come and gone. Today […]


Seaside Signal

The Seaside Signal is owned and published by EO Media Group, and is located in north Seaside at 1555 N. Roosevelt Dr., also known as U.S. Highway 101, about a mile north of the Seaside Factory Outlet Mall. The Signal is published every other week – 26 weeks annually – on Thursdays and serves the […]


Oregon Coast Today

The Oregon Coast TODAY is published in Lincoln City and distributed throughout Lincoln and Tillamook counties. The free weekly newspaper provides coast visitors and residents with the most current arts, entertainment and activities news available, plus regular features about the flora and fauna of the coast, book reviews, humor and more. Contributors include author Matt […]


Hermiston Herald

The Hermiston Herald was founded in 1906 by Horace Greeley Newport and William Skinner. Jerry Reed, whose history with the newspaper dates back to 1969, assumed full ownership of the Herald in 1974. In 1992, Western Communications, Inc. of Bend purchased the paper from Reed. Effective April 30, 2008, Western Communications Inc. sold the newspaper […]


East Oregonian

Since 1875, the East Oregonian has been northeastern Oregon’s largest regional newspaper. Covering Umatilla and Morrow counties, the EO is published Tuesday through Saturday mornings. The EO’s main office is located in Pendleton, with a bureau in Hermiston. The East Oregonian is the flagship paper of EO Media Group, a family-owned media company based in […]


The Daily Astorian

On the morning of Tuesday, July 1, 1873, a crowd milled at the corner of 10th and Commercial streets until Tri-Weekly Astorian Publisher DeWitt Clinton Ireland threw open his office doors and started selling papers. The book “The Astorian” by Roger Tetlow reports that the city’s first newspaper since 1866 sold out by noon that […]


Coast River Business Journal

The mission of Coast River Business Journal is to foster economic development in the Columbia-Pacific region through the exchange of business ideas and information. Each month since March 2006, our staff works with field correspondents, off-site designers and energetic distributors to produce Coast River Business Journal. CRBJ is a regional monthly business/real estate and construction […]


Chinook Observer

The Chinook Observer was started late in 1900 by two investors named Hibbert and Gaither. Gaither’s involvement was short-lived, but Hibbert lived in the Chinook area and was publisher for many years. Within weeks after it was founded, the Observer was joined by Charles Angus “Jack” Payne, who wrote many of the paper’s colorful early […]