The paper has for much of 2020 been asking readers to pay $10 a month for a digital subscription.
He underestimated the appeal of Mingus Mapps, the political newcomer who sped past former Mayor Sam Adams to make a runoff against Commission Chloe Eudaly.
The current explanation doesn’t match what the paper said at the time.
The 170-year-old newspaper has been clobbered by the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic shutdown.
The alternative newspaper laid off 10 of its staff until public social life resumes.
Flooding could cut off rural Oregon residents from help for several weeks.
The Bend Bulletin announces its editor, Erik Lukens, will step down as the paper emerges from bankruptcy.
The Portland Police Bureau is investigating what might be bias crimes after molotov cocktails were thrown in the yards of two Southeast Portlander’s homes.