Ames Tribune

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The Tribune
Type semi-daily newspaper
Owner(s) Stephens Media
Publisher Geoff Schumacher
Ad Director: John Greving
Editor Alexandra Hayne
Sports editor Bobby La Gesse
Founded 1867 (as The Reflector)
Language English
Headquarters 317 Fifth Street, Ames, Iowa  United States
Website Official website

The Tribune is a newspaper published Tuesday through Sunday based in Ames, Iowa. The newspaper is owned by Las Vegas-based company Stephens Media. Its publisher, Geoff Schumacher, replaced Tom Stallbaumer, who replaced John Goossen, who left in November 2010 when Stephens purchased the Tribune from the Omaha World-Herald Company.[1][2]

In 1986, the Tribune was bought by Michael Gartner Gary Gerlach, two former executives at the The Des Moines Register.[3] Gartner won the 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing at the Tribune. The Omaha World-Herald Company bought the Ames Tribune in 1999 from Gartner, Gerlach, and the estate of Devid Belin.[4]


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