2019 Better Newspaper Contest
Recognizing the best work from Wisconsin newspapers. Deadlines to enter have been extended!
Newspaper Hall of Fame Banquet
Kent Eymann, Elliott Maraniss and Susan Shemanske will be honored on Nov. 14 in Madison.
Alex Sonsalla of Platteville High School prepares to ring his bell during the Wisconsin Civics Games State Finals on Friday, March 29, at the State Capitol in Madison.
Wisconsin Civics Games
The deadline to sign up has been extended through Nov. 15.
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The Wisconsin Newspaper Association has been working on behalf of Wisconsin newspapers since 1853 by providing advocacy, resources and education. Our mission is to strengthen the newspaper industry, enhance public understanding of the role of newspapers, and protect basic freedoms of press, speech and the free flow of information.

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Whether you’re looking for a new job or are hoping to fill a position, the WNA Careers Page is a great resource. Job openings are posted as a free service to member newspapers. Job seekers are also encouraged to post their resumes for potential employers.