|Headquarters||205 River Drive South|
Great Falls, Montana, United States
|City||Helena, Montana (publishing)|
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.
In July 2020, printing of the Great Falls Tribune moved to the presses of the Independent Record in Helena.
The Great Falls Tribune won the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting in 2000 for a yearlong series on alcoholism.
|Glacier Country |
|Gold West Country |
|Missouri River Country|
|Communities of the |
Great Falls Metro area