The Journal and Tioga Tribune share 12 awards in this year’s National Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contest, including second place for best local news coverage in The Journal.
Imagine having a new reporter, fully trained and vetted and eager to dig into the beats, stories, and areas you’ve never had the resources to cover the way you’d like to.
The Nonprofit News Co-op Committee has reached a consensus to continue pursuit of a new nonprofit news service to provide in-depth journalism to newspapers across North Dakota.
The North Dakota Newspaper Association Education Foundation (NDNAEF) Board of Directors has a new leader following its annual meeting, when Jill Denning Gackle was elected president of the organization.
National Newspaper Association is celebrating the introduction of a bipartisan postal reform bill that it says could point the way to critical changes for the U.S. Postal Service.
Amy Dalrymple, editor of the Bismarck Tribune, was elected president of the North Dakota Newspaper Association, the 133rd person to lead the statewide association in its 136-year history. Dalrymple was elected on Friday, May 7, 2021, during NDNA’s annual meeting, when she took the reins of the organization from outgoing president Matt Von Pinnon, editor of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead.
North Dakota’s top newspapers by circulation class include the New Rockford Transcript (small weeklies), Hillsboro Banner (mid-sized weeklies), Walsh County Record in Grafton (large weeklies), Daily News in Wahpeton (small multi-day), and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead (large multi-day).
An idea that sprung from the Future of Newspapers Committee is gaining steam: the potential for a nonprofit news service in North Dakota that would provide high-quality, in-depth reporting for all the state’s newspapers.