About the Curry County Reporter
Curry County Reporter was established in 1914 and serves Gold Beach, Agness, Ophir, Nesika Beach, Pistol River and beyond!
The Curry County Reporter focuses on news happening in the Gold Beach area, in the heart of America's Wild Rivers Coast on the southern Oregon Coast. Our community's location is approximately 40 miles from the California border and we feature world-class beaches, the famous Rogue "Wild and Scenic" River and so much more!
We are an independent family-owned weekly newspaper which publishes every Wednesday. Matt Hall and his wife, Kim are the owners, with Matt serving as the newspaper's publisher.
The Curry County Reporter is the official publication for Curry County, the City of Gold Beach, Central Curry School District #3, the Port of Gold Beach and several other government entities including water districts, fire districts and cemetery districts.
In addition, we are also publishers of the Gold Beach Visitors' Guide, which prints each summer and distributes more than tens of thousands copies of a full-color 64-page booklet annually.
Another annual publication, Gold Beach Has It, features this area's businesses and services.
Visit us at 29286 Ellensburg Avenue, directly across Highway 101 from the Forestry Center. Stop by, call, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your news or advertising. We feature an experienced advertising staff who can help you with display, classified or legal advertising. We are also a part of the classifieds.Oregon.com network of newspapers and a member of Oregon.com.
We are also accessible on the world wide web at www.currycountyreporter.com. This site features highlights of the week's news, including obituaries and sports. Plus, all classifieds are online and there's a comprehensive business directory.
Phone: 541-247-6643 Fax: 541-247-6644.