About Us

OregonCityTimes.com  is an independent news organization founded by award-winning Oregon journalist Daniel Pearson (MBA-marketing; B.S. Journalism) and his team of experienced independent local newspaper reporters.

For $6.99/month or $69/year, you’ll receive original, exclusive news covering Oregon city’s government, education systems, and the local business community Oregon City journalist Daniel Pearson and his team of experienced independent local news reporters.

We offer affordable advertising solutions for local business owners as well. We will place your banner ad or logo on a story page and/or in between the paragraphs of a news story. We also have premium spaces available that appear on every page, and other options in our weekly email newsletter that goes out to hundreds of local subscribers. We’ll share our metrics with you so you can see how many people were exposed, et al, to your business name on OregonCityTimes.com

We also offer marketing strategy consulting sessions for Oregon City small business owners. We’ll meet with you and together develop an easy-to-start marketing plan for your business, and help untangle existing marketing channels. 

For more information call 503-427-8863.

Do you have an idea for how we can improve our news site and news coverage? Let us know.

To submit a story idea, news tip, or general inquiries send an email to Editor and Publisher Daniel Pearson at [email protected].

Want to learn more about advertising opportunities?

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Who we are

We are a local news organization covering government, education, and business news in Oregon City, OR. We also cover regional news from Clackamas County. Our website address is: https://www.oregoncitytimes.com. For information about advertising in our weekly email newsletter or on the website, marketing services we provide, personalized content curation services, or anything else under the sun send an email to [email protected].


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