The Bismarck Tribune is a daily newspaper that serves Bismarck, North Dakota. The Tribune is the primary daily newspaper for south-central and southwest North Dakota. The viewpoint of this newspaper is conservative (although in 2004, the paper did endorse John Kerry for president), its average circulation of weekdays is 27,620 and on Sundays 31,620. The Bismarck Tribune features local and national news, sports, opinions, entertainment and lifestyle, as well as classified and obituaries. The Tribune’s first article that got a lot of attention was the 1876 report of George Custer’s last stand at Little Bighorn. The paper also won a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service after the articles called “Self-Help in the Dust Bowl.” The owner of The Bismarck Tribune is Lee Enterprises, the publisher is Brian Kroshus, and the headquarters of the newspaper is located in Bismarck, North Dakota.