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Northwest USA Top Newspapers

 

1
Anchorage Daily News

Anchorage, AK  
Alaska,
Alaska 0;
http://www.adn.com/
Alaska News, Jobs and Advertising from the Anchorage Daily News | Anchorage, Mat-Su Valley, Kenai Peninsula.
2
Eugene Weekly

Eugene, OR  
Oregon,
Oregon 1;
http://www.eugeneweekly.com/
News, Views, Blogs, Calendar, Film, Music, Culture, Classifieds, Personals and more.
3
Idaho State Journal

Pocatello, ID  
Idaho,
Idaho 2;
http://www.journalnet.com/
"It is all about you". News, Business, Science, Health, Entertainment, Sports, Blogs and more.
4
Skanner

Portland, OR  
Oregon,
Oregon 3;
http://www.theskanner.com/
Bulletin Board, Jobs, Movies, Obituaries, Special Editions, Books, Sports and more.
5
Montana Standard

Butte,   
Montana,
Montana 4;
http://www.montanastandard.com/
News, Sports, Entertainment, Jobs, Cars, Homes and more.
6
Ballard News-Tribune

Seattle, WA  
Washington,
Washington 5;
http://www.ballardnewstribune.com
Robinson Newspapers is a group of eight geographically contiguous weekly publications that have been serving their respective Seattle area communities for as long as 107 years. The Ballard News-Tribune, on the northern end of the territory, was founded in 1898. The youngest of the group, the Federal Way News, was founded in 1954.
7
Nome Nugget

Nome, AK  
Alaska,
Alaska 6;
http://www.nomenugget.com/
Alaska's Oldest Newspaper. Photo gallery, classifieds, calendar and more.
8
Billings Gazette

Billings,   
Montana,
Montana 7;
http://www.billingsgazette.com/
News, opinios, sports, lifestyle, marketplace and more.
9
Peninsula Clarion

Kenai, AK  
Alaska,
Alaska 8;
http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/
Started in 1970 as a strident little weekly that editorialized on all its pages. It was purchased by Dick Morgan, Max Swearingen and Pat O'Connell in 1970. In its early years it was printed in a building one former editor described as a "cubicle" in Old Town Kenai next door to one of that area's bars. <br> The paper continued to grow, eventually moving to its present location on Trading Bay Drive and converting in 1978 from a weekly to a Monday through Friday publication. A major change ocurred in 1990 when the paper was sold to Georgia-based newspaper chain, Morris Communications. <br> In the years since then the paper has changed from tabloid format to broad sheet and in 1997 started publishing a Sunday edition. The Clarion started producing its web site edition in April 2000.
10
Statesman Journal

Salem, OR  
Oregon,
Oregon 9;
http://news.statesmanjournal.com/home.cfm
Since the first edition of the Statesman Journal's predecessors rolled off the press more than 150 years ago, our mission has remained the same: to be the mid-Willamette Valley's primary source for local news and advertising information. <br> The Statesman Journal is the largest news-gathering organization in the mid-Willamette Valley, focused solely on keeping readers informed about the events and people in their communities. Plus, our local news Web site keeps you informed on breaking news as it happens, 24 hours a day.
11
Idaho Statesman

Boise, ID  
Idaho,
Idaho 10;
http://www.idahostatesman.com/
News, sports, business, politics, opinion, entertainment, lifestyles, outdoors and more.
12
Idaho Press-Tribune

Nampa, ID  
Idaho,
Idaho 11;
http://www.idahopress.com/
The roots of the Idaho Press-Tribune go back to December 1883 in Caldwell - with the first paper coming off the press just months after Caldwell was established as a city. Nampa city was established in 1885. The newspapers and their competitors underwent several name changes in both towns. Ownership changed often, too. <br> The early versions of the papers were often informational instruments for political parties and movements. And for you trivia buffs, Idaho Gov. Frank Steunenberg, who was murdered at his home, was one of the first editors and publishers of the Caldwell Tribune.
13
Casper Star-Tribune

Casper, WY  
Wyoming,
Wyoming 12;
http://www.trib.com/
News, Sports, Entertainment, Classified, Jobs, Cars, Homes and more.
14
Douglas Budget

Douglas, WY  
Wyoming,
Wyoming 13;
http://www.douglas-budget.com/
News, Opinions, Youth Focus, Legals, Classifieds and more.
15
Wyoming Tribune-Eagle

Cheyenne, WY  
Wyoming,
Wyoming 14;
http://www.wyomingnews.com/
With circulation of about 16,500 daily and 18,500 Sunday, the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle is Wyoming's second-largest daily newspaper and its largest locally owned newspaper. <br> Headquartered in Cheyenne, our paper is distributed throughout southeast Wyoming, and into western Nebraska, with the majority of our circulation within Laramie County.
16
Helena Independent Record

Helena,   
Montana,
Montana 15;
http://www.helenair.com/
News, Sports, Entertainment, Classified, Jobs, Cars, Homes and more.
17
Tacoma News Tribune

Tacoma, WA  
Washington,
Washington 16;
http://www.tribnet.com/
For more than 125 years, pages of The News Tribune have been turned with understanding, laughter, tears, and awe. Every day, through each of its generations, The News Tribune has installed a strong sense of community - prompting citizens to act, businesses to flourish, and people to improve their daily lives. Today this vital source of news and technology is also reaching its audience through new channels and ever-advancing technology.