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Local daily newspaper reporter?
How soon will we have to add this once-stable occupation to the list of jobs that once were?
The Topeka Capital-Journal publisher Gregg Ireland will retire later this year after leading the newspaper for the past four years.
The Kansas Press Association has scheduled meetings in each of the five KPA districts this fall to bring additional programming to our members.
Some time during the early hours on Monday, a person or persons tried to break into the Kansas Press Association office in Topeka.
The Kansas Judicial Council will study a loophole in the state’s open records act that allows public officials to send private e-mail for official business.
The former president of Colgate University has been named the next president and chief executive of the Newseum and the Newseum Institute, museum officials announced Thursday.
Despite a plea in the Kansas Publisher and last week's Kansas Press This Week, not a single newspaper in Kansas has filled out a brief survey from the Kansas Press Association designed to identify how newspapers are using new digital tools in their operations.
STAFFORD — Frank D. Smiley, 81, died Sunday, June 28, 2015, at Leisure Homestead, Stafford. He was born Dec. 22, 1933, in Stafford the son of Roy Morris and Edith Eugena (Jean) Fletcher Smiley. A 1952 graduate of Stafford High School, he married Marilyn A. Beltz on Aug. 30, 1952, in Stafford. She survives.
The Kansas Press Association will be able to install new carpet, replace baseboard and do other repairs in the basement level of the building after negotiations with the insurance company.
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