Media & Publications

  • The Chinook Observer is a newspaper and website serving Pacific County, Washington. The news outlet's main office is located in Long Beach, Washington. Along with its sister publication, The Daily Astorian, the Chinook Observer produces local news content for KMUN Coast Community Radio.

    205 Bolstad Avenue E. Suite 2
    P.O. Box 427
    Long Beach, WA 98631
    Phone: (360) 642-8181 or (800) 643-3703
    Fax: (360) 642-8105

  • A weekly publication printing every Thursday distributed to businesses in Grays Harbor, Pacific and Lewis Counties, courtesy of our advertisers.

    115 West Robert Bush Drive
    P.O. Box 1236
    South Bend, WA 98586
    Phone: (360) 875-6805
    Fax: (360) 875-6802 and

  • The Wahkiakum County Eagle has served the printing and publishing needs of Wahkiakum County and Naselle since May 14, 1891. In The Eagle, you'll find the pulse of the community.

    P.O. Box 368
    77 Main Street
    Cathlamet, WA 98612
    Phone: (360) 795-3391
    Fax: (360) 795-3983

  • 209 1/2 Duryea
    Phone: (360) 942-3466

  • The Chief is an independent family-owned newspaper that has served the people of Northern Columbia County and Eastern Clatsop County for over a century. It has been owned and operated by four generations of the Steele family since 1922. THE CHIEF is rich in good will and loyalty among its readers, as demonstrated by numerous local and statewide awards, including: The Oregon Education Associations Media Award- 1990 and 2003; membership in The Oregonians 100 Year Club in recognition of a century of public service; the Columbia County Fair Boards Friends of 4-H Award; Oregon State University Small Family Business of the Year Award; the Oregon Athletic Director Association Distinguished Service Award; the Clatskanie Arts commission Outstanding support of the Arts award; the OSU Extension Service Outstanding Cooperator Award; the Knappa Future Farmers of America Distinguished Service Award; the Outstanding Media Achievement Award from the Governor’s Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs.

    148 N. Nehalem St.
    P.O. Box 8
    Clatskanie, Oregon 97016
    Fax: (503)728-3350

  • The Daily Astorian is a newspaper and website serving the Columbia-Pacific region of Oregon and Washington. The news outlet has offices in Seaside and Astoria, Oregon, with the main printing facility located in Astoria. Along with its sister publication, the Chinook Observer, The Daily Astorian produces local news content for KMUN Coast Community Radio.

    949 Exchange St.
    Astoria, OR 97103
    140 N. Roosevelt
    Seaside, OR 97138
    (503) 325-3211
    1 (800) 781-3211

  • 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.

    42 7th Street, Suite 100
    Astoria, OR 97103
    (503) 325-2999

  • Located at the mouth of the Columbia River, The Columbia Press is the independently-owned weekly newspaper for the city of Warrenton, Oregon. Since 1978, The Columbia Press has covered local community news and events throughout Warrenton, Hammond and Clatsop County. The Columbia Press is the official legal public notice publication for the City of Warrenton and the Warrenton-Hammond School District.

    Gary Nevan, Publisher/Editor
    160B N.E. 5th Street
    P.O. Box 130
    Warrenton, OR 97146
    (503) 861-3331

  • The Seaside Signal is owned and published by Country Media Inc., 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 week – 52 weeks annually – on Thursdays and serves the Seaside and Gearhart communities. We are the area’s number one source for local news, events, arts, happenings and community information.

    1555 N. Roosevelt Dr.
    P.O. Box 848
    Seaside, OR 97138
    (503) 738-5561

  • The Gazette is owned and published by Country Media Inc., and is located in the heart of downtown Cannon Beach at 217 N. Hemlock St., above Purple Moon clothiers.

    The Gazette is published every other week – 26 weeks annually – on Thursdays and serves the Cannon Beach, Tolovana and Arch Cape communities. We are the area’s number one source for entertainment, arts, happenings, news and community information.

    217 N. Hemlock St.
    P.O. Box 888
    Cannon Beach OR 97110
    (503) 436-2812
    Fax: (503) 436-1562

  • The Headlight-Herald is published weekly by Country Media, Inc.

    1908 Second Street
    Tillamook, OR 97141
    (503) 842-7535
    Toll Free 1-800-275-7799

  • Founded in 1996, the North Coast Citizen continues to serve the heart of the Oregon Coast, including the Nehalem Bay communities of Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler located in North Tillamook County, as well as Cannon Beach located in South Clatsop County.