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|Owner||EO Media Group (formerly East Oregonian
|Headquarters||1400 Broadway St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
The Capital Press is a weekly agricultural newspaper covering the West Coast of the United States, and published in Salem, Oregon. The newspaper, which covers farming, ranching and agriculture industries, has a circulation of approximately 35,000. The newspaper is owned by the East Oregonian Publishing Company.
The paper was established in February 1928 as the Hollywood Press by Abner M. Church as a community newspaper serving a portion of Oregon's capital city. The name of the newspaper was changed in December 1932 to Capital Press.
- The Capital Press (official website)
- Detailed Information and history of The Capital Press from East Oregon Publishing Company
- Capital Press History from Salem Online History
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