Buffalo Center Tribune

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Buffalo Center Tribune
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Mid-America Publishing Corporation
Publisher Ryan Harvey
Editor Andrew Shaw
Founded 1893
Headquarters 124 N. Main Street
Buffalo Center, Iowa 50424
United States
Website buffalocentertribune.com

The Buffalo Center Tribune is a weekly newspaper published in Buffalo Center, Iowa in the United States. It is the official newspaper for the communities of Buffalo Center, Lakota, Rake, and Thompson, Iowa.


According to record, the first copy of the Tribune was purchased by E. E. Secor, dated April 23, 1893, who kept the paper as a souvenir. At that time, the paper was a seven-column folio. As time progressed, the pages of the Tribune kept pace and soon local eight-page edition containing four pages of pre-print and four pages of local news happenings and advertising. On April 30, 2009, it was announced that the Tribune had been sold to Mid-America Publishing based in Hampton, IA.

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