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Twenty news publications earn All-Kansas distinction

Twenty high school news publications — at least one from every classification in the state — earned All-Kansas distinction from the KSPA All-Kansas judging and critique service for 2010. The winners will receive All-Kansas plaques at the State Contest, scheduled for Saturday at the Kansas Union in Lawrence. Schools with…...

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All-Kansas newspaper registration now open

Newspapers and news magazines from high schools and middle schools across the state may now sign up for the All-Kansas critique service and competition for 2010. The cost, as it was last year, is $50. Deadline is March 5, 2010. Registration requires downloading this interactive PDF and sending it with…...

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Regional carry-in contests are ready

Students may begin working on their carry-in contests for the February regional competitions, which kick off Feb. 25 in Emporia, Hays, Manhattan, Pittsburg  and Wichita, then conclude Feb. 26 in Lawrence. The Regionals page on this Web site also contains a letter to advisers explaining the key details for the…...

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F.L. Schlagle rebuilds journalism program

Former PR professional helps students publish first Stallionaire paper in four years This semester marks a new era for F.L. Schlagle High School in Kansas City where journalism students last month distributed the school’s first printed newspaper in four years. Teacher Keith Jones advises both the newspaper —The Stallionaire— and…...

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09 Lawrence Fall Conference Photos

KSPA Assistant Director Andrew Hoxey took the photographs for this short gallery of some of the highlights of the KU Fall Conference, Sept. 23 at the Kansas Union in Lawrence. Web master Rowdy Wichman designed the slideshow....

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Fall conferences bring in more than 1,200 students and advisers

This week’s KSPA Fall Conferences in Hays, Manhattan and Lawrence saw more than 1,100 students and nearly 100 advisers attend numerous educational sessions and keynote addresses by Logan Aimone, the executive director for the National Scholastic Press Association, and Sports Illustrated photographer Bill Frakes. Aimone entertained the crowds at Fort…...

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