Rusty Bradshaw

Rusty Bradshaws signs books at Barnes & Noble. 

A third book written by Rusty Bradshaw, former Oregon resident and sports editor for the Seaside Signal, is now in production and is expected to be available for purchase in about six months from Page Publishing in paperback and ebook versions.

“Gorge Justice” is set in the Columbia River Gorge, about a young women who goes through traumatic ordeals and how she fights through it with the support of those closest to her.

Bradshaw is a journalist of nearly 40 years, now working for Independent Newsmedia in Arizona. He edits weekly newspapers in the retirement communities of Sun City and Sun City West.

He worked for the Signal 1982-84 and was active in the community’s Special Olympics program as publicity coordinator. Mr. Bradshaw also covered three Miss Oregon pageants while with the Signal, and a fourth while working for another newspaper.

Also in Oregon, Bradshaw worked at the Union County Review-Recorder, the Seaside Signal, the St. Helens Chronicle and two newspapers, the Valley Herald and the Valley Times, in Milton-Freewater.

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