Choose from Three Options
- $26 for 26-week Sunday edition subscription ($132 value)
- $49 for 52-week Sunday edition subscription ($264 value)
- $29 for 52-week digital-only subscription ($144 value)
In 1980, two of Oregon's oldest and most successful newspapers—the Oregon Statesman and the Capital Journal —merged to create the Statesman Journal. The paper officially debuted on July 1 of that year, and it has since cemented its reputation as one of the state's most reliable sources for news on politics, community events, and local entertainment. In fact, the Statesman Journal holds rank as the mid-Willamette Valley's largest news-gathering organization. Readers reap the benefits of the Journal's breadth online, too, with breaking news updated every time the governor sneezes.