The Grand Haven Tribune covers Northwest Ottawa County, focusing its efforts on Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg.
The Tribune dates back to 1885, when the paper debuted as The Evening Venture. The paper adopted the name, The Grand Haven Tribune, in 1969.
Located in downtown Grand Haven, the Tribune was purchased by Paxton Media Group in June of 2019.
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