Nine Nebraska students are among award winners throughout the United States who are being honored for their outstanding communications efforts. Nearly 2,000 students participated in this year’s High School Communications Contest sponsored by the National Federation of Press Women Education Fund. First-place entries in state contests, including one held by Nebraska Press Women, advanced to […]

It’s as important as ever to be a strong woman in the communications field, and Nebraska Press Women strives to recognize those women in our state. Two outstanding female journalists will be receive NPW scholarships this spring. Applications are being accepted through March 28. Recipients will be invited to attend the Nebraska Press Women spring […]

Nine Nebraska high school students were among those honored Sept. 7 with awards in the 2018 National Federation of Press Women High School Communications Contest. The awards were presented at the NFPW Communications Conference in Bethlehem, Pa. The Nebraska students qualified to enter the contest by placing first in the Nebraska Press Women High School […]

“Fake news.” It’s a phrase heard often now. But what does it really mean? And why should you care? Members of Nebraska Press Women, a group dedicated to accuracy and fairness, think “fake news” should be called what it is: lies. And they hope readers, listeners and viewers will educate themselves to recognize “fake news” […]