Zack Demars | Local News and Investigative Reporter
Zack Demars is a reporter in Oregon. He's currently a special projects reporter for The Bulletin, Central Oregon's daily newspaper.
Most recently, Demars was a wide-ranging news and features reporter forThe World newspaper in Coos Bay, Oregon, as well as its sister papers in Brookings, Oregon, and Crescent City, California.
A 2020 graduate from the University of Oregon with bachelor's degrees in journalism and political science, Demars was a reporter and editor for the Daily Emerald in Eugene and a Snowden intern at The Bulletin in Bend.
Demars also reported for the Catalyst Journalism Project, where his team investigated nationwide solutions to homelessness. That reporting appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and a number of other outlets via the Associated Press.
He was the lead author of Classroom 15, a collaborative book about international friendships, government censorship, the Cold War and a failed pen pal project by Southern Oregon fourth graders. Classroom 15 was published by Anthem Press in Dec. 2020.
You can read some of Demars' top stories below, and you can read more about his forthcoming projects at the left. You can connect with him there, too, and share news tips, vegetarian recipes or pictures of your dog (and not necessarily in that order).