The Oregonian is a daily newspaper published in Portland, Oregon, United States. It was first published in 1850 and is the oldest continuously published newspaper on the US West Coast. The newspaper is owned by Advance Publications and has a daily circulation of around 110,000.
The Oregonian covers local, national, and international news, with a particular focus on the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The newspaper has won multiple Pulitzer Prizes for its investigative journalism and reporting, including coverage of the Rajneeshee cult in central Oregon and the 2009 deaths of nine firefighters in the Cascade Range.
In addition to its print edition, The Oregonian also publishes its content online, including breaking news, sports, opinion pieces, and lifestyle features. The newspaper also offers a digital subscription service, giving readers access to its online content and archives.
The Oregonian has faced declining readership and financial challenges in recent years, leading to a reduction in staff and changes in its print edition, including a move to a four-day-a-week publishing schedule. Despite these challenges, the newspaper remains an important source of news and information for the Pacific Northwest region, and continues to produce high-quality journalism on a variety of topics.