NNA News

NNA to honor three with 2015 Amos, McKinney and Phillips awards

July 6, 2015

William F. Tubbs, Barbara A. Walter and Jeremy Waltner will be honored during the National Newspaper Association’s 2015 Annual Convention & Trade Show in St. Charles, MO, where they will be presented with the James O. Amos Award, the Emma C. McKinney Award and the Daniel M. Phillips Leadership Award, respectively, at the association’s business luncheon on Oct. 3, 2015.

Extravagant fun and valuable information in St. Charles

July 6, 2015

The National Newspaper Association’s 129th Convention and Trade Show will take place Oct. 1-3, 2015, in St. Charles, MO.

NNA request for management proposals

June 12, 2015

The National Newspaper Association this summer is embarking upon a new chapter in its 130-year-history. By the end of the year, the NNA board of directors will select a new management team to assist us with our work in representing community newspapers.

Serial story popular with newspapers and teachers

May 1, 2015

This year’s season is nearly over for hitting a homerun with readers using the new serialized story, “The Gashouse Gang.”

Documented immigrants face bureaucratic hurdles, too

May 1, 2015

Liliana Romero grew up in a cultural hotbed filled with food and family among the hustle and bustle of Mexico City. For her, following her dreams across the counties’ northern border to America was relatively easy.

Hispanic youth in Georgia see benefits of DACA

May 1, 2015

Wayne County’s Ulises Lopez was 6-years old when he entered the U.S. illegally.

Immigrants contribute to national economy despite lawmakers efforts to reform

May 1, 2015

Immigrants in the U.S. started 28 percent of all new businesses in 2011, and businesses owned by immigrants employed approximately 4.7 million people in 2007, according to the Partnership for a New American Economy and the Fiscal Policy Institute.

From farmers to politicians, a call for immigration reform in GA

May 1, 2015

The Vidalia sweet onion harvest has just begun, and local farmers are working hard to get the first crop ready to ship all over the world.

Immigration issues focus of students’ stories

May 1, 2015

Ten college students came to Washington in mid-March to participate in the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellows Program. This is the third year the foundation has held this program. Journalism students travel to the Washington area, funded by the state press associations in their states, to report on a topic of national importance. This year, the topic was immigration. The students were given the opportunity to meet with policymakers and policy influencers during their time in the city. They also met with their states’ congressional representatives. What follows are the columns and articles they wrote from meetings and interviews.

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NE graphic artist creates convention graphic

February 16, 2015

When National Newspaper Association President John Edgecombe Jr., publisher of the Nebraska Signal, asked one of his graphic designers to develop a graphic for NNA’s 2015 convention, Julie Hayek stepped up to take on the project.

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