-- • Newspaper Birthdays Celebrated for April • Statewide Advertising Programs • Letter from the NNA President • Peter Wagner’s column, “Newspapers Are Essential to Our American Dream” • And More

The Torrington Telegram has an immediate full-time opening for a qualified and talented inside sales representative to join Goshen County’s number one advertising medium and award-winning newspaper. Ideal candidate must possess strong sales skills and abilities, outstanding creative skills, …

-- -- -- In the March Bulletin you can read about: • WPA Sends Letter to Governor Gordon • COVID-19 Safety Practices • NNA Trip Cancelation • Guidance on Covering Government During Epidemic • And More!

-- The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program, the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to small businesses.

This isn't the first time Wyoming has survived a pandemic! Get some insight on life in 1918, battling the Spanish Influenza.

-- -- At the 2020 winter meeting, the WPA board of directors voted for and announced at the general membership meeting, that all WPA members would be included into the National Newspaper Association (NNA). Because of this added benefit to membership, an additional due was added onto WPA mem…

-- -- • Associate Member Meeting Minutes • WPA Newspaper Membership to vote on changes to the board • All WPA now members of the NNA • Convention Photos!

THE NORTHERN WYOMING NEWS is seeking an  advertising sales representative who is energetic, hard-working, and a self-motivated professional interested in helping area businesses reach and expand their customer base.

-- -- "What’s the bottom line of my fall research related to Millennial news consumption in the Midwest, and digital newspapers nationally?"

-- -- Download the main takeaways from Kevin Slimp's focus group of millennials that community newspapers should keep in mind:

Available beats include covering: health care, Native American issues, education, environment, seniors, military bases, criminal justice and government accountability in local news deserts. 

The schedule is available for the 121st Wyoming Press Association Annual Convention, which will be held January 23-25 in Casper, WY at the Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center. Download the program here, and click on the "formulas for success" ad at the top of the page to get registered!

-- The WPA launches a new public notice site to be mobile-first responsive and database driven with a clean and sleek design. Usability is at the core of the newly designed mobile friendly notice website. The quick data display and intuitive user interface makes it a powerful tool for publi…

-- -- -- In the December Bulletin you can read about: • The Hall of Fame- Joan Barron • WPA Board Openings • Q&A with Tonda Rush • Convention! Convention! Convention! • And More!

The 2020 WPA Winter Convention will feature guest speakers Kathy Cathcart, Ryan Dohrn, Christine Peterson, Bart Pfankuch, Chris Rhoades, Steve Waldman, Dana Liebelson, and Matt Gade. Download the PDF for full details!

Pulse Research is conducting a comprehensive statewide reader shopping survey. The purpose of the survey is to provide our newspaper member advertising teams with current reader and website visitor purchasing and shopping information for advertising sales presentations.

The deadline to enter is December 13, 2019. Winner receives a $250 cash award and a free registration to the Wyoming State Bar Convention! This award was created in memory of Jim Tiemann, a longtime reporter for the Rawlins Daily Times who went on to head the Wyoming State Bar Foundation bef…

-- -- -- In the November Bulletin you can read about: • The new public notice website • Back in history – linotype feature stories • Associates Tract sneak peek • Convention! Convention! Convention! • And More!

A sneak peak and description of some our speakers for the 2020 Annual Winter Convention. Speakers include Kathy Cathcart, Ryan Dohm, Christine Peterson, Bart Pfankuch, Chris Rhoades, and Steve Waldman.

IN THE OCTOBER E-BULLETIN YOU WILL FIND: * "Seminars, Awards and the Induction of Matt Adelman at the NNA Convention * Changes to WPA Statewide Program * "Associates Corner" by Milton Ontiveroz * Wyoming Economic Summary Report * More!

Once upon a time, having a job at a newspaper meant working in one of the most imposing buildings in town, inhaling the acrid aroma of fresh ink and the dusty breath of cheap newsprint and feeling mini-earthquakes under our feet every time the presses started to roll. For those of us old eno…

Thanks to Newcastle News Letter Journal third quarter sales for the WPA statewide network are up! Newspaper participants of the program can expect to receive their dividend checks at the end of this month.

IN THE SEPTEMBER E-BULLETIN YOU WILL FIND: * 2020 Convention Sneak Peak * Summary of the Joint Judiciary Committee Meeting * "Newspapers Get Serious" by Kevin Slimp * Details on National Newspaper Week: Oct. 6-12 * More!

The Facebook Journalism Project will host a free training on how to best leverage the social media giant’s tools and platform to keep audiences informed at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, in the ANB Bank Center at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

IN THE AUGUST E-BULLETIN YOU WILL FIND: * Legislative Meeting Updates * Details on the "Think F1rst" campaign * "America Needs Locally-Owned Newspapers" by Peter Wagner * Birthday wishes to our newspapers * More!