Great Falls Tribune
May 18, 1887 issue of the Great Falls Tribune
|Founded||1884 (as the Sun River Sun)|
|Headquarters||205 River Dr. South|
Great Falls, Montana, United States
The Great Falls Tribune is a daily morning newspaper printed in Great Falls, Montana. It's one of Montana's largest newspaper companies. The Great Falls Tribune won the Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism in 2000 for a yearlong series on alcoholism.
In 2020, the paper announced it would stop printing the newspaper in Great Falls. Beginning in July 2020, the presses of the Independent Record, in Helena, will print the Great Falls Tribune.
Great Falls Tribune single-copy rates are: daily, $1.50; Sunday, $2.
- PRESS, INDEPENDENT RECORD and ASSOCIATED. "Great Falls Tribune to be printed in Helena starting July 1". Helena Independent Record. Retrieved 2020-06-04.
|Glacier Country |
|Gold West Country |
|Missouri River Country|
|Communities of the |
Great Falls Metro area
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