Ashland Daily Tidings

The Ashland Daily Tidings is a morning newspaper serving the city of Ashland, Oregon, United States. Like its sister publication, the Medford-based Mail Tribune, it is owned by Rosebud Media. Edd Ellsworth Rountree was the owner and publisher from 1960 to 1970, and was known for his left-leaning column "Friday Fish Fry." The Tidings was one of three daily newspapers to win the Charles Sprague Award of General Excellence from the Oregon Newspapers Publishing Association in 1981. The Daily Tidings is distributed Monday through Saturday mornings (Saturday afternoon publication was changed under Editor Andrew Scot Bolsinger in 2004; Circulation Director Ed Rose changed the Daily Tidings from afternoon production to morning in December, 2010). It is one of Oregon's smallest-circulation dailies, along with the Baker City Herald in the state's northeast region. In 2006 the Daily Tidings was awarded the "General Excellence" prize by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. The Daily Tidings was owned, along with the Medford Mail Tribune and a number of other newspapers around the United States, by the Local Media Group, a subsidiary of international company News Corp. On September 4, 2013, News Corp announced that it would sell Local Media Group to Newcastle Investment Corp., an a... ()

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