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Hillsboro Tribune

The Hillsboro Tribune was a weekly newspaper that covered the city of Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon and was published from 2012 to 2019. It was replaced in 2019 by a Hillsboro edition of the Forest Grove News-Times, a sister publication. Owned by the Pamplin Media Group, the newspaper published its first issue on September 7, 2012. It was Pamplin's first new paper since 2001, when the company started the Portland Tribune, and was designed to complement its other local papers in the Portland metropolitan area. The Tribune competed with the now-defunct Hillsboro Argus, which was published by Advance Publications, which also publishes The Oregonian that competes with the Portland Tribune. John Schrag served as the first publisher, with Kevin Harden, Jim Redden, and Jennifer Anderson as the news team. Pamplin distributed the paper free at newsstands in the Hillsboro and Aloha areas, as well as via home delivery with a paid subscription. For most of the paper's history, the weekly newsprint edition was published on Fridays, but this was changed to Wednesdays in February 2018. In August 2019, the paper's publisher announced that the Tribune would be replaced by a Hillsboro edition of its sister paper, the News-Times of Forest Grove, and no longer be published under the Hills... ()

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Fischer | Data Science ID: NEWSPAPERS:3290, Added: 07/15/2019