Central Oregonian

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Central Oregonian
Type Twice-weekly newspaper
Owner(s) Pamplin Media Group
Founded 1881
Headquarters Prineville, Oregon
Circulation 2,652 (subscribers, as of 2014)
Website Central Oregonian

The Central Oregonian is a twice-weekly newspaper published in Prineville in the U.S. state of Oregon. Established in 1881, the paper covers Central Oregon where it is the newspaper of record for Crook County.[1][2] Elmo Smith owned the paper until his death in 1968, when his son Denny Smith took over ownership of the Central Oregonian and other newspapers that became Eagle Newspapers.[3] Eagle sold the paper to the Pamplin Media Group in June 2013.[3] As of 2014, the paper is published on Tuesdays and Fridays and has a paid circulation of 2,652.[2]


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