The paper has a pared-down staff and a smaller footprint, but its new(ish) editor in chief is still bullish on its future.
We size up the 166-year-old newspaper.
Portland's science-fiction trailblazer denounces the newspaper for giving a mouthpiece to the Malheur militias.
BLOOD & INK
At the dawn of modern media, a ruthless tycoon and a ragtag band of reporters waged a desperate battle for control of Portland’s news.
HIGH ALTITUDE HATERS
Portland’s most awkward collegial dispute ever rages on, more than 150 years later: who conquered the mountain?
Why the Oregonian and Pamplin Media Group are battling for the burbs—and what that says about the future of hyperlocal print media
Zach Dundas and Sam Coggeshall
Can the Oregonian survive? We look to the newspaper's past for clues.