On February 23, 2024, the Josephine County Eagle became the Oregon Eagle, Rogue Valley Edition. Why is that?

In 2021, we launched the Josephine County Eagle to report local and state news with a pro-freedom, limited-government perspective.

The very first Eagle was an 8-page paper with 14 articles in one section. Now, the Eagle is published in two sections with over 50 articles covering a wide spectrum of local, state and national news and other helpful information.

We’re not taking anything away from Josephine County. Instead, we’re adding news about Jackson County and Curry County. Our economies are connected, and we face the same pressures from Salem and Portland. Expanding the Eagle into our neighboring counties now makes good sense.

For readers in these areas, they’ll gain the insights and information the Eagle has provided since 2021. The never-ending pressures to expand government services and raise taxes require eternal vigilance. Let’s stand together and push for more freedom and less government across Southern Oregon.

For businesses, your advertising dollars will go further now because you’ll get exposure in all three counties.

You’ll find Eagles distributed widely in the three counties. That’s why it says “Free” on the front page. Subscribing means we’ll mail it to your home. You’ll never miss an issue, and you’ll help support the cause and keep the Eagle flying high.

What about publishing Oregon Eagle throughout the rest of Oregon? Stay tuned. All it takes is advertisers, reporters and financial supporters.

Now more than ever, working smart and working together we can make a positive difference in Southern Oregon ... and beyond.

Thank you for supporting the Oregon Eagle.

Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. Ronald Reagan