News & Announcements
Susan Lynn, editor and publisher of the Iola Register, was elected president of the Kansas Press Association Board of Directors Saturday at the association's annual business meeting.
JUNCTION CITY — Two professional journalists — both long-time Kansas newspaper publishers — were inducted posthumously into the Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame Friday night at the annual meeting of the Kansas Press Association in Junction City.
Sara Bass, operations manager and audience manager for The Hutchinson News is among Editor & Publisher's list of 25 Under 35.
ARLINGTON, VA. — Newspaper Association of America President and CEO Caroline Little announced to the Board of Directors today that she is stepping down from her position effective August 31, 2015.
If you ever think you’ve mastered the art of legislature-watching in Kansas, think again.
“What appears to be reality may turn out to be fantasy,” said Richard Gannon, director of governmental affairs for the Kansas Press Association.
Friends and former students of Tom Eblen are trying to establish an endowed scholarship in his name at the University of Kansas.
LAWRENCE — Journalism students at the University of Kansas have been uploading from two to four stories each day since the Kansas legislative session began for use by Kansas Press Association members.
For reasons known only to the Kansas House leadership, HB 2237, a bill that would give municipalities the option to run public notices in a newspaper or on a website was transferred this week from Local Government to Appropriations and then to Commerce, Labor and Economic Development.
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