Washington Newspapers

Everett Daily Herald

Based in Everett, The Daily Herald's reporters cover Snohomish and Island Counties' local news and culture for more than a century. Founded in 1901, the institution's print edition cover topics from politics to Boeing, as well as local arts, opinions, and sports. Specialty sections thoroughly highlight specific subjects, such as the Good Life section which includes recipes, local features, and critique of fine and popular culture. Featured advertising supplements throughout the year cover aspects from local sports teams to going back to school. The publication is also available on the web, and can be accessed on smart phones and tablets such as the iPad.

Longview Daily News

The Longview Daily News is the primary newspaper of Longview, Kelso, Washington, and Cowlitz County, Washington. It is owned by Lee Enterprises, which acquired the newspaper with its 2002 purchase of Howard Publications. The Daily News was founded in 1923 and when nearby Mount St. Helens showed signs of instability in 1980 and subsequently erupted, The Daily News scrambled to cover the crisis. The Daily News won its first award in 1981. The paper's staff won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Local, General, or Spot Reporting as well as the 1981 national Sigma Delta Chi award. The Pulitzer committee specifically mentioned the photography of Roger A. Werth. A book written by the newspaper staff on the eruption became a New York Times bestseller. The Daily News is located at 770 11th Ave. Longview, Washington 98632, published by John Markon and edited by Rick Parrish, and circulates an average of 21,530 daily and 21,481 on Sunday.

Seattle Times

The Seattle Times is a newspaper serving Seattle, Washington and the surrounding area. Founded in 1896, it’s one of the few remaining independently owned and operated major city newspapers in the country. It’s a trusted source for Northwest news, information and entertainment. The Seattle Times reporting has an international reputation for investigative journalism and has received nine Pulitzer Prizes, the most recent in 2012 for investigative reporting.

The Columbian

The Columbian was first published as a weekly on October 10, 1890, before becoming a weekday paper on October 19, 1908. The Columbian is a daily newspaper for Vancouver, Washington and County in Washington State. It is the sole daily newspaper in the city today. Owned by the Campbell family since 1921, it occupied a series of offices in downtown Vancouver before building its own offices at what is now the northwest corner of Evergreen and Broadway in 1928. Relocating to larger headquarters in 1955, it published its first Sunday edition on August 6, 1972, its first Saturday edition on July 10, 1999, and changed from afternoon to morning delivery in July 2000. The paper is still currently owned by the Campbell family and published by Scott Campbell. Headquarters are located in Vancouver, Washington.