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    Grants Pass Tribune

    About Us

    Welcome to the Grants Pass Tribune. 

    Bringing a fresh and local voice to the community, residents of this picturesque city along the Rogue River can now look forward to comprehensive and up-to-the-minute coverage of all things Grants Pass and beyond.

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    Long overdue, the “Grants Pass Tribune” was founded by a group of dedicated local journalists, intent on delivering news that matters most to the people who call this charming town home. The paper is poised to fill the void left by the Grants Pass Daily Courier.

    Founder, John Oliver expressed his excitement about the project. “The Grants Pass Tribune is more than just a newspaper; it’s a commitment to our community,” he said. “We want to serve as a platform for the voices and stories of our fellow residents, to connect people, and to keep everyone informed about the news, events, important issues, and celebrations happening right here in Grants Pass.”

    The “Grants Pass Tribune” covers a wide range of topics, including local news, events, politics, business, education, and human-interest stories. It also features opinion pieces, lifestyle articles, and a dedicated arts and culture section that spotlights the creative spirit of the region.

    Grants Pass needed a new local newspaper that would play a vital role in the community, serving as a watchdog, a storyteller, and a mirror reflecting the heart and soul of Grants Pass without influence from state officials or politicians. 

    In an age when many traditional newspapers have struggled to survive, the “Grants Pass Tribune” is embracing the digital age. With plans to add a print edition upon consumer request in 2025, the newspaper maintains a user-friendly website and a presence on various social media platforms, ensuring that residents can access the news they need in the format they prefer absolutely FREE! 

    The “Grants Pass Tribune” will be available online at Free subscriptions can be obtained by signing up online, offering a range of options to meet readers’ preferences. With a focus on community engagement, local journalism, and storytelling, the “Grants Pass Tribune” has set its sights on becoming an essential part of life in Grants Pass, ensuring that the town remains well-informed and connected to its roots. We welcome and encourage all to write! Send us your ideas! No degree or spellcheck required! We’ll happily edit any article that we see fit to run in the Grants Pass Tribune!


    John Oliver & The Grants Pass Tribune Newsroom Staff

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