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The Great Falls Tribune is a daily newspaper published in Great Falls, Mont.[3][4] The paper is owned by Gannett, which publishes the Great Falls Tribune as part of Gannett's USA Today network.[3]


The paper’s circulation is 26,733 copies.[4]


Front page of Great Falls Tribune

The Great Falls Tribune was first published in 1885 as a weekly newspaper, three years before Great Falls, Mont., incorporated as a city. Jerry Collins, editor of the Fort Benton River Press, took operational control of the Tribune in 1887. It was also that year that the paper started publishing as an afternoon daily.[5][6]

A competing newspaper, the Great Falls Leader, was published by Herbert P. Rolfe as a weekly in 1888. That same year, the Leader published daily morning editions except on Mondays. By mutual accord, the Tribune and Leader agreed to switch their afternoon and morning positions in 1890 "because the Tribune had obtained morning Associated Press news wire service and the Leader acquired afternoon AP news reports. The first morning Tribune appeared May 19, 1890."[6]

Collins disposed of his controlling interest in the Tribune in 1891. The newspaper passed to the First National Bank, whose president was Timothy Collins, Jerry Collins' brother. The newspaper was published under contract by R. E. Gray until the summer of 1893.[6]

In an effort to advance his interests over where the state capital of Montana would be, Marcus Daly purchased the Great Falls Tribune to push for his preferred location, Anaconda, to be Montana's state capital. William Andrews Clark used a competing newspaper, the Leader, to advocate for Helena as state capital.[7]

Once Helena was selected, Daly sought to unload his Great Falls-based newspaper. Daly sold the paper to two local newsmen, O.S. Warden and William Bole, for $6,000. In 1900, W.A. Clark purchased the newspaper for $45,000 as a means of advancing his prospects for the U.S. Senate. Clark (D) was appointed to the United States Senate by the Democratic-controlled Montana State Legislature, and Clark sold the paper to W.G. Conrad. Conrad subsequently sold the Tribune back to Warden and Bole in 1905.[7]

Bole was active in a Tribune editorial capacity until retiring in 1927. By this time, the Tribune had acquired the competing Leader. Bole died in 1932 in Bozeman, Mont. Warden, who was business manager and publisher, died in 1951. Warden's sons Alex and Robert took roles with the Tribune as publisher and executive editor respectively.[7]

In 1965, the Tribune was sold to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune Co. William A. Cordingley was named publisher. Four years later, the Leader became an an evening edition of the Tribune, but the evening Leader stopped publication in 1970. In 1990, Gannett purchased the Tribune and publishes the paper as part of its USA Today network.[7]


Great Falls Tribune
205 River Drive South
Great Falls, Mont. 59405
Phone: (406) 791-1444

See also

External links

  1. Great Falls Tribune, "About us - our people," accessed January 22, 2016
  2. Great Falls Tribune, "About us," accessed January 22, 2016
  3. 3.03.1Great Falls Tribune, "Homepage," accessed January 22, 2016
  4. 4.04.1Mondo Times, "Great Falls Tribune," accessed January 22, 2016
  5. Great Falls Tribune, "About us," accessed January 22, 2016
  6., "About - Milestones," accessed January 22, 2016
  7. Falls Tribune, "Montana paper rolls with the changes," June 23, 2010
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Great Falls Tribune

The Great Falls Tribune is a daily morning newspaper printed in Helena, Montana. It is one of Montana's largest newspaper companies.


The first edition of the newspaper then called the Weekly Tribune was printed on May 14, 1885.

Starting on May 16, 1887, the Tribune became a daily newspaper.

On May 19, 1890, delivery switched from afternoon to morning.

The Great Falls Tribune moved to a new printing facility on 2nd Street in 1916; it remained there until 1979, when it moved to the current location at 205 River Drive South.

The Tribune launched a subsidiary company, River's Edge Printing in 2006; the latter printed for weekly newspapers on a Goss Community press.[1]

In July 2020, printing of the Great Falls Tribune moved to the presses of the Independent Record in Helena.[2]


The Great Falls Tribune won the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting in 2000 for a yearlong series on alcoholism.


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