Registration is $350 for member newspapers before 9/2/15 with additional staff at $50 per person; plus meals.
Aug. 21 was the final day for Mike Jung as publisher of the Idaho Statesman in Boise. He is leaving the McClatchy-owned property to become president and publisher of The News-Press in Fort Myers, Fla., owned by The Gannett Co.
Stan Abbott, former editor of the Anchorage Daily News, died July 27, 2015, in Detroit, Alaska Dispatch News reported. He was 73.
Joe Palmquist, sports editor at the The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash., will receive a PNNA Foundation stipend to attend the convention of the American Society of News Editors this Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University in California.
The PNNA Foundation announces its 2016 Internship Grants Program. Up to six $1,500 internship grants are available for students interested in careers with Pacific Northwest newspaper companies.
All entries in all of PNNA's annual contests have been uploaded and are ready for judging. Entries this year were at an all-time high with an increase of 28 percent over last year.
PNNA publishers and their key staff can get quick legal help by calling the PNNA Legal Helpline. Callers can choose one of three contact points: