Tidbits of the Mid-Columbia

All The News You Never Knew That You Never Needed To Know!

Welcome to Tidbits, "The Neatest Little Paper Read", locally owned and operated. We believe "Service, Hard Work and Good Relations" with our customers and distribution areas are the KEY to the successful growth and readership of the paper. Advertising in Tidbits is very effective, affordable and easy. Call or email us and we will put an advertising package together just for you. Start your new advertising campaign today with Tidbits!

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Circulation

Around 20,000 newspapers are distributed FREE of charge to nearly 400 locations throughout the coverage area. The BEST little paper in the area!

With special features people love to read.


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Demographic

Curious to know who reads Tidbits?  Do you wonder, “If I advertise with Tidbits, who will see my ad?”  Get quick answers to these questions and more by clicking the following links for a comprehensive breakdown – by retail category – of Tidbits’ reach to affluent and upscale readers in the Mid-Columbia market. 

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THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING! There is no better proof of the value and effectiveness of Tidbits advertising than the testimony from advertisers with proven results. Read what Tidbits advertisers are saying about their experiences, results and even return on investment.

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