Nebraska high school journalism students received a total of 14 awards in the 2015 National Federation of Press Women (NFPW) High School Communications Contest for work completed during the past school year. The awards were announced at the NFPW convention on Sept. 11 in Anchorage, Alaska. Award winners from Nebraska are: Morgan Keith, Bellevue West […]

LEXINGTON — A total of 55 Nebraska journalism students received awards in the 2015 Nebraska Press Women High School Journalism contest. The awards were presented Saturday, April 25, at the NPW Spring Convention Awards Luncheon at the Lexington Public Library. This year’s contest added a Sweepstakes Award for the school with the most awards. The […]

Winners in the Nebraska Press Women 2015 Communications Contest were announced April 25 at the close of the NPW spring convention in Lexington. The Marianne Beel Sweepstakes Awards were presented to the top three award winners. Taking first place was Lori Potter of Kearney (at right in photo), the agriculture/natural resources reporter for the Kearney Hub. Placing second was […]

NFPW and NPW will continue the process of hosting an online contest. And the contest website is live, so start getting your entries ready. All the rules and categories are on the NFPW website at http://nfpw.org/communicationsContest.cfm  The page also provides links for easy navigation to the information that will make entering easy for NFPW members […]

Twelve Nebraska high school students won first place awards in the 2014 High School Communications Contest sponsored by Nebraska Press Women. Students winning first place in each of the 20 categories, including both school newspaper and yearbook work, qualified to have their entries submitted to the National Federation of Press Women contest. Those awards will […]

OGALLALA — Lori Potter, a reporter with the Kearney Hub, won the 2014 Marianne Beel Sweepstakes Award in the annual Nebraska Press Women professional communications contest. Mary Pierce of Ogallala placed second, and Carla Chance of Cedar Creek placed third. The sweepstakes award is named in honor of the late Marianne Beel, a writer and […]