Blue Mountain Eagle (newspaper)

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The Blue Mountain Eagle is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays in John Day, Oregon.wikipedia
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EO Media Group

East Oregonian Publishing Company
The Eagle was acquired by the East Oregonian Publishing Company in 1979.
In addition to the East Oregonian and the Daily Astorian, the group publishes the Blue Mountain Eagle, The Hermiston Herald, and the Wallowa County Chieftain in Eastern Oregon.

Malheur Enterprise

Les Zaitz
Editor Scotta Callister left the paper in 2015 to become part-owner and interim publisher of the Malheur Enterprise, which had great success under her leadership and that of her husband, Les Zaitz.
But upon hearing about the Enterprise's troubles, he and Callister, who was retiring as editor of the Blue Mountain Eagle, along with his brother, Lyndon Zaitz, publisher of Keizertimes, formed the Malheur Enterprise Publishing Company in 2015 to purchase the paper.

John Day, Oregon

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The Blue Mountain Eagle is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays in John Day, Oregon.

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The Blue Mountain Eagle is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays in John Day, Oregon.

Aryan Nations

Aryan Nation
During Williams' tenure, the Eagle's coverage of Aryan Nation's failed effort to establish a headquarters in Grant County earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination.

Grant County, Oregon

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During Williams' tenure, the Eagle's coverage of Aryan Nation's failed effort to establish a headquarters in Grant County earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination.

Pulitzer Prize

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During Williams' tenure, the Eagle's coverage of Aryan Nation's failed effort to establish a headquarters in Grant County earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination.