Oregon Newspapers with Online Editions
Albany Albany Democrat-Herald
Ashland Ashland Daily Tidings
Astoria Hip Fish
Astoria The Daily Astorian
Baker City Baker City Herald
Bend Cascade Business News
Bend Central Oregon Classified Ads
Bend The Bulletin
Bend The Source
Brookings Curry Coastal Pilot
Canby Canby Herald
Cannon Beach Cannon Beach Gazette
Clatskanie Clatskanie Chief
Coos Bay The World
Corvallis Corvallis Gazette Times
Cottage Grove Cottage Grove Sentinel
Enterprise Wallowa County Chieftain
Eugene Eugene Weekly
Eugene The Business News
Eugene The Register-Guard
Gearhart Seaside Signal
Gold Beach Curry County Reporter
Gresham The Outlook
Hermiston Hermiston Herald
Hillsborough: The Hillsborough Argus
Klamath Falls Herald and News
La Grande La Grande Observer
Lakeview Lake County Examiner
Lebanon Lebanon Express
Lincoln City The News Guard
Madras Madras Pioneer
Medford Mail Tribune
Newberg The Newberg Graphic
Newport News Times
Pendleton East Oregonian
Portland Business Journal of Portland
Portland The Asian Reporter
Portland The Northwest Meridian
Portland The Oregonian
Portland The Skanner
Portland Willamette Week
Port Orford Port Orford News
Rogue River Rogue River Press
Roseburg The News-Review
Salem Statesman Journal
Scappoose South County Spotlight
Seaside Seaside Signal
Sisters Sister Nugget
The Dalles Dalles Chronicle
Willamette Willamette Weekly
Woodburn Woodburn Independent
Oregon Television Stations with Online Editions
Coos Bay KCBY
Klamath Falls KDKF
Klamath Falls KOTI
La Grande KTVR
Oregon Radio Stations with Online Editions
Eugene KEUG - 105.5 FM - Adult Contemorary
Florence KCST - 106.9 FM - Classic Rock
Portland KBNP - 1410 AM - Business News
Portland KBOO - 90.7 FM - Labor-Friendly, Progressive community Radio
Portland KFXX - 910 AM - Sports
Portland KGON - 92.3 FM - Classic Rock
Portland KMHD - 89.1 FM - Jazz
Portland KNRK - 94.7 FM - Alternative
Portland KXL - 750 AM - News/Talk
Roseburg KAVJ - 101.1 FM - Jammin Oldies
Roseburg KKMX - 104.3 FM - Hit Music
Roseburg KQEN - 1240 AM - Sports, Talk, Music
Roseburg KRSB - 103.9 FM - Best Country
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Gov. Ted Kulongoski was the target of mild roasts, but mostly
toasts, at a dinner Friday honoring him as the 2009
Distinguished Citizen of the Cascade Pacific Council of the Boy
Scouts of America....
State ethics officials have opened a preliminary inquiry into
a charge that Rep. Jim Weidner, R-Yamhill, used his office for
private gain. Weidner denied the charge and said it was
politically motivated. Oregon ethics officials are looking into
a charge that a state legislator from Yamhill County tried to
enlist two steelworkers who asked for help on a bill i...
Sen. Ron Wyden continues to cruise at a high level of
popularity in Oregon, a new poll finds. SureveyUSA's new
tracking poll on the Oregon senators is out, and it shows that
Democrat Ron Wyden remains the most popular politician in the
state. In one sense, Wyden had a tumultuous summer. The left
was pounding him over his lukewarm support for a public o...
Let's think about the emergency room, Dr. Kitzhaber and
whether there is a right to health care. The Washington
Monthly's blogger, Steve Benen, is tired of seeing the parade of
Republicans arguing that no American is really left without
health care because they can always get care at the emergency
room. Benen argues that this is an awfully inefficient...
After beating a strategic defeat on his "choice" amendment,
how is Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., feeling about health-care reform?
My colleague Charles Pope, The Oregonian's Washington
correspondent, was up late last night following the Senate
Finance Committee, and he reports that Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore.,
has withdrawn his "choice" amendment to the health...
The Pacific Northwest is primed to lead the development of
green-collar jobs but should focus immediately on energy
efficiency retrofits to homes and commercial buildings,
according to a report released by Sightline Institute. ...
Oregon will get $9.5 million in federal stimulus money for a
variety of energy projects, including what's being billed as the
nation's biggest "solar highway," the federal government
announced Thursday. ...
Within hours of each other, the Environmental Protection
Agency rolled out new greenhouse gas rules, Senate Democrats
announced a climate change bill -- and Nike officials announced
a high-profile break with a national business group over global
Humpback whales that were nearly hunted to extinction seems
to be making a comeback off Canada's West Coast, according to
The decline of top predators such as North American wolves
and African lions is driving increases in smaller predators such
as coyotes and baboons, disrupting ecosystems and economies
worldwide, Oregon State University researchers say. ...
On a historic day in the battle against climate change, the
Environmental Protection Agency, Senate leaders and Nike Inc.
all reached the same conclusion Wednesday about combating global
warming: Just do it. ...
Census numbers that came out last week showed a big increase
in bicycle commuting in the Northwest -- a point of pride for
the region. But compared to Copenhagen, Denmark, how do we
really stack up?...
The Housing Opportunity Act of 2009, which kicked in on
Thursday, will provide $19 million to build and renovate
affordable housing across Oregon, marking the state's first
major progress in affordable housing in many years. ...
Federal fisheries managers released their plan for getting
Columbia River steelhead off the endangered species list. It
could take at least 25 years and nearly $1 billion for all the
planned actions, NOAA estimates. ...
A new report to lawmakers says Oregon lacks the necessary
oversight on a $414 million project to build a massive emergency
radio network. ...
Rep. Scott Bruun of West Linn hopes to change the "state" in
front of his current title to "United States" next year. ...