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  • KORA victory opens new era of access

    January 18, 2023

    By Max Kautsch Earlier this month, the Kansas Supreme Court ushered in a new era of presumed and prompt access to electronic records under the Kansas Open Records Act. As the Court put it, KORA “...

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  • AOE a chance to recognize staff's work

    January 11, 2023

    It’s time to begin identifying and assembling your entries for the 2023 Awards of Excellence contest put on annually by the Kansas Press Association. The deadline for entries is set for Feb. 24,...

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  • Editors uncertain about coming year

    January 11, 2023

    After a turbulent year ending in soaring inflation, mass layoffs and a social media implosion, editors around the world are heading into 2023 with a profound sense of uncertainty, according to a ...

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  • Newspaper titan Edward Seaton has died

    December 27, 2022

    Edward Seaton, 79, chairman of the board of Seaton Publications, former publisher of The Manhattan Mercury and champion of press freedom througho

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  • AOE a chance to recognize staff's work

    December 21, 2022

    It’s time to begin identifying and assembling your entries for the 2023 Awards of Excellence contest put on annually by the Kansas Press Association. The deadline for entries is set for Feb. 24,...

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  • Couple sells six Nor'West newspapers

    December 8, 2022

    Steve and Cynthia Haynes surprised their staff at The Oberlin Herald and across northwest Kansas last Friday morning with an announcement that they were retiring from the newspaper business,...

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  • KPA again sponsors state spelling bee

    December 1, 2022

    Is your newspaper staff interested in hosting a local spelling bee competition? The Kansas Press Association will serve once again as the official regional partner of the Scripps National Spelling...

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  • First Kansas Photojournalism HOF inducted

    December 1, 2022

    It’s a virtual “Who’s Who” of the most significant icons of photography of the past 50 years. On Nov. 19, 12 photographers with strong Kansas ties becam the inaugural class of the newly minted...

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  • Eight Photojournalism HOF inductees have ties to Topeka Capital-Journal

    October 24, 2022

    Eight of the 12 members of the inaugural class of the Kansas Photojournalism Hall of Fame worked at one time at the Topeka Capital-Journal. The 12 will be honored at a ceremony on Nov. 19 at The...

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  • Long-time Gardner News publisher dies

    October 7, 2022

    Rhonda Humble, 66, long-time publisher of the Gardner News and a past president of the Kansas Press Association , died Sept.

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