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Gubernatorial forum will be broadcast, livestreamed Sept. 25

Gubernatorial forum will be broadcast, livestreamed Sept. 25 Pool photographer will take photos during event for all media Missouri

Proposed Slate for MPA’s 2021 Officers and Directors

The Missouri Press Association Nominating Committee met recently, finalizing a slate of MPA officers and directors for 2021, effective Jan. 1. The election of MPA officers

Missouri Press Association announces 2020 Hall of Fame inductees

A group of three newspaper people, which includes a former Missouri Press Association president, has been announced as the

Plans for 2020 Convention and Trade Show Canceled

Adding to the growing list of events canceled by the coronavirus pandemic, Missouri Press Association regrets to announce that

Better Newspaper Contest Results Released! Make Plans Now to Attend Awards Luncheon on Sept. 26

The 2020 Missouri Better Newspaper Contest results were recently released. Notifications were sent to the email address on fill

VIDEOS FOR EVENT NOW AVAILABLE | Show-Me Press Association Zoom Event Featuring COVID-19 Information

SHOW-ME THE FUTURE! Brought to you By Show-Me Press Association | See the link to the video for each

2020 Better Newspaper Contest entry fees reduced, deadline extended

Entry fees for Missouri Better Newspaper Contest reduced! Deadline Extended to April 17 With everything going on, Missouri Press

Newspaper Resources for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Missouri Press Association is collecting resources we think will be useful to you in these trying times. Google announces

Tips for continuing to cover the news in the coronavirus pandemic

From Ruby Bailey Missourian Executive Editor, Missouri Community Newspaper Management Chair, and MPA Director As confirmed cases of COVID-19

132 Organizations Sign Statement on Government Coronavirus Emergency Transparency and Public Access

Statement on Government Coronavirus Emergency Transparency, Access As state, tribal and local governments across the United States take measures

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