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Tribune, Kansas

  • Historical Sites

    Wild Horse Corral - In early days, wild horses were grazing on the prairie and often times driven into this native stone cave and captured. Located in northwest ...
    Historical Sites

Attractions and Upcoming Events

G. L. Reid Building

The G. L. Reid Building, built in 1909 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was the lawyer's office.

The cement block building still remains in service on Main Street.

George L. Reid biography ...

Tribune, KS Historic Buildings

Old Greeley County Courthouse

A post rock courthouse was built in Tribune in 1890, at a cost of $20,000. This three-story building was the hub of Greeley County, built on the public square. One of three oldest courthouses in Kansas, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1975

Tribune, KS Historic Courthouses



Prairie Ridge Golf Course

Located on the north edge of Tribune, the Prairie Ridge Golf Course is a nine-hole bent grass-green course with buffalo grass fairways and bluegrass tee boxes. Annual tournaments and events encourage team play and it'

Tribune, KS Golf Courses

Things to do near Tribune, KS

Cimmaron National Grassland Birdwatching

Cimarron National Grassland was named by the American Birding Association as one of the top 100 places in the United States f...

Middle Springs

A short distance east of Point of Rocks is Middle Springs, a small oasis on the prairie where water rises from an ever-flowin...

Industrial Tours

Make arrangements to tour one of Ulysses' industries while you are enjoying your stay. Below are the names and numbers of bus...