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Oregonian newspaper reduces home-delivery schedule

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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregonian announced Thursday it is shifting its emphasis to digital delivery of news, reducing home delivery to four days a week and cutting some staff, following in the strategy of other Advance Publication Inc. newspapers, including The Plain Dealer and The Times-Picayune. Oregon's largest newspaper will still be printed daily and distributed to metro areas. But home...

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