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
Founded 1867 (as The Reflector)
Language English
Headquarters 317 Fifth Street, Ames, Iowa  United States
Official 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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