OLDEST NEWSPAPER ON THE WEST COAST

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January 6, 1859


The Oregonian
is a daily newspaper originating in Portland, Oregon, owned by 
Advance Publications. It is the oldest continuously published newspaper on the  
U.S. west coast and was founded as a weekly by Thomas J. Dryer on December 
4, 1850. The newspaper is the largest in the state of Oregon and the Pacific
Northwest by circulation and the
19th largest daily newspaper in the country.  

The Oregonian announced Thursday that it will reduce home delivery to 4
days and make reductions in staff as part of a series of changes, effective
October 1.

 

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Newspaper publisher Thomas J. Dryer

oregonian

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