The Holdenville Tribune is almost a century old. The original Tribune was owned by the Clawson brothers almost 100 years ago. It was revived in 1987 by Bill and Dayna Robinson.
It is a weekly publication that contains 100% local news and features. It is unique in the fact that every issue has a “Down Memory Lane” section that looks back at the “good ol’ days” of Holdenville history.
Area local authors submit stories and columns on a weekly basis. Among them are Bill Robinson with Country Comments, Wayne Bullard with One Pharmacist’s View, Cleo LeVally with Threads of Life and John Bill Martin with Around Town. It also contains Down Memory Lane articles and pictures that look back at the “good ol’ days” of Holdenville history, as well as local news items.
Readers are always invited to share stories, pictures and comments. Submissions should be sent to Dayna Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tribune is available in print and now online.