|Owner(s)||Gannett Company, Inc.|
|Headquarters||400 N. 3rd|
P. O. Box 400
Stayton OR 97303
The Stayton Mail is a weekly newspaper serving Stayton in the U.S. state of Oregon, founded in the mid-1890s. It is published by the Statesman Journal; both papers, along with the nearby Silverton Appeal Tribune, are owned by the national Gannett Company.
E. F. Bennett, who had previously tried to buy the Stayton Times (now defunct), started the Mail in 1896. Bennett sold it to H. E. Browne, who later founded the Silverton Tribune, in 1900. Editor Fred G. Conley made a substantial investment in a Mergenthaler typesetting machine in 1908, and changed the publication schedule from weekly to semi-weekly in January 1909. The paper continued to change hands among people associated with various local papers, including the Salem Statesman, a number of times through the late 1930s.
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