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 35 APW Members Win National Awards

 35 APW Members Win National Awards

Thirty-five members of Arkansas Press Women, including 14 student members, were recognized when the National Federation of Press Women announced the winners of its 2022 Communications Contest at the end of the group’s annual conference on June 25 in Fargo, N.D. Each...

APW names winners of 2022 Communications Contest 

APW names winners of 2022 Communications Contest 

Arkansas Press Women announced the winners of its annual Communications Contest Saturday afternoon on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Work produced in a variety of communications fields during 2021 was eligible to for the competition....

APW to recognize 2022 award winners

APW to recognize 2022 award winners

From social media to daily reporting, winners of Arkansas Press Women's 2022 Communications Competition come from all types of communication backgrounds. APW will recognize winners of the competition at 1:30 p.m., May 21 in Little Rock on the University of Arkansas at...

Arkansas Press Women Awards Emma Jones 2022 College Scholarship

Arkansas Press Women Awards Emma Jones 2022 College Scholarship

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Press Women (APW) has selected Emma Jones, a junior at Harding University, as the recipient of its 2022 scholarship.  Jones will receive a $1,000 scholarship and a membership to APW during the Arkansas Press Women Awards Ceremony May 21 at...

Remembering Ouida Cox

Remembering Ouida Cox

Ouida Hutto Cox, long-serving editor of Rural Arkansas  (1949-1967) and Arkansas Living  (1968-2012), passed away on Oct. 13, 2021, at the age of 98. During her long career, she informed members of the Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (AECI) of the interplay of...

Dorothy Stuck: A 100-Year Beautiful Life

Dorothy Stuck: A 100-Year Beautiful Life

Dorothy Stuck, a charter member of Arkansas Press Women, passed away this week at age 100. From her life-long friend Nan Snow: It is with heavy heart that I pass the word on to you of the death of Dorothy Stuck on Thursday, July 1, 2021. Dorothy Suffered a fall in...

Michelle Duster: A Descendant Goes To Work And Reclaims History Through Her Writing

Michelle Duster: A Descendant Goes To Work And Reclaims History Through Her Writing

Michelle Duster heard her great-grandmother’s name a lot when she was growing up on the South Side of Chicago. But when people referred to “Ida B. Wells,” they weren’t talking about a person. They weren’t referring to someone born into slavery in Holly Springs, Mississippi, in 1862, who became one of the most famous and influential American women of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, they were talking about the massive housing project that was named for her.

APW names winners of 2021 Communications Contest

APW names winners of 2021 Communications Contest

Arkansas journalists and communicators took home numerous Arkansas Press Women awards at the association’s annual awards event May 8, 2021. Tammy Keith was named as Communicator of Achievement.

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