The schedule has been announced for the 70th Annual WNA Trees Retreat, and registration is now open.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association and other advocates for government transparency praised a unanimous Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling on Thursday that found the state’s open meetings law applies to committees that take action on behalf of governmental entities.
The WNA Foundation Board of Directors met Thursday to discuss long-range goals at the WNA office in Madison.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation has partnered with the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance to present a one-day reporting seminar aimed at helping journalists better navigate local government data and documents.
The WNA Foundation’s end-of-summer tradition returns Thursday, Aug. 24 and Friday, Aug. 25 at Trees For Tomorrow in Eagle River.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association is offering digital house ads to members to promote the newspaper industry.