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  • Special award winners announced by KPA

    September 15, 2021

    Winners of special Kansas Press Association Awards have been announced, and they include Wichita Business Journal editor Bill Roy, who was recipient of the 2021 Clyde M. Reed Jr. Master Editor award...

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  • Court denies hold on postal rate increase

    August 25, 2021

    By National Newspaper Association The Postal Service will raise postage rates on August 29, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied a petition by National...

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  • Four named to Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame

    August 20, 2021

    Four new inductees have been chosen for the Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021. They are: • Lloyd Ballhagen, a former Harris Enterprises executive. • Roxana Hegeman, long-time...

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  • Free research shows how to boost ad sales

    August 11, 2021

    A new six-part promotional series is available to local publishers eager to tout how newspapers' multigenerational readership is a lucrative target for advertisers. The promotions are free to use ...

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  • Brown Bag to focus on public notice Aug. 20

    August 11, 2021

    We believe strongly that public notices should be in printed legal newspapers. In fact, we spend a good deal of time each year both in Topeka and in our communities, defending that notion....

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  • Wunderlich is new KPA president

    July 21, 2021

    Robin Clasen Wunderlich, editor and publisher of the Eureka Herald, is the new president of the Kansas Press Association Board of Directors. She was elected along with a slate of directors by...

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  • Webinar Aug. 13 to focus on public notice

    July 21, 2021

    We believe strongly that public notices should be in printed legal newspapers. In fact, we spend a good deal of time each year both in Topeka and in our communities defending that notion. Sometimes...

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  • News union launches highly successful

    July 12, 2021

    By Angela Fu, Poynter In the past decade, workers at news publications have launched more than 200 union drives, and over 90% of them have been successful. Media outlets have called it a “wave...

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  • Attacks on journalists lead to arrests

    July 6, 2021

    By Devlin Barrett, The Washington Post Nearly six months after the U.S. Capitol riot, the Justice Department has begun arresting a new category of alleged criminals — those who attacked reporters or...

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  • Is Times v. Sullivan in jeopardy?

    July 6, 2021

    Last week, Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Clarence Thomas called for the court to reconsider New York Times v. Sullivan, a 1964 landmark case that made it difficult for public figures to sue...

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