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I was saddened; NO, I was disgusted and angered by the conduct of the Pro-Trump mob which stormed our Nation’s Capitol Building on January 6, 2021. Rioters who included known gang members: “Proud Boys", "Qanon" and other white supremacy losers all incited by a President refusing to peacefully transfer power. This seditious mob was enabled by the participation of many members of Congress who legitimize the “Big Lie” of a rigged election by refusing to accept the votes as certified by the fifty (50) States.
I, and other Kansans, have been called, texted and emailed by people outside Kansas who question the patriotism of Kansans, in general. I explain that the actions of Representative Tracey Mann, Ron Estes and Jake LaTurner along with the very first vote cast by newly elected Senator Roger Marshall were not supported by all citizens of our State.
I am particularly disappointed in Roger Marshall. I had cheered him on when he defeated Tim Huelskamp in 2016. I thought him to be an intelligent and personable man. However, after Marshall was elected to Congress he appeared to be catering to the whims of the President, not his own constituents. At this point, I believe Senator Marshall’s conduct, before, during and after the insurrection, was as seditious as the President telling the crowd at the White House event to go to the Capitol.
I urge all four (4) of these elected officials to examine their loyalty. Is each loyal to their Oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America or personal loyalty to President Donald J. Trump. If it is the latter, each should resign. JoAnn W. Roth, Ellinwood, KS
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You’re darn right there will be a Marion County Record tomorrow.
Police stage ‘chilling’ raid on Marion County newspaper, seizing computers, records and cellphones In an unprecedented raid Friday, local law enforcement seized computers, cellphones and reporting materials from the Marion County Record office, the newspaper’s reporters, and the publisher’s home.
This cannot be allowed to stand.
Police stage 'chilling' raid on Marion County newspaper, seizing computers, records and cellphones - Kansas Reflector In an unprecedented raid Friday, local law enforcement seized computers, cellphones and reporting materials from the Marion County Record office, the newspaper's reporters, and the publisher's home.
As much as we hate to see him go, we know he won't be a stranger. Thank you, Doug, for leading and advocating for Kansas journalism for so long. You will be so very missed.
If anyone deserves a full retirement, it is you. Enjoy, Doug!
Congratulations, Hays Daily News!
Hays Daily News celebrates location change with official ribbon cutting – Hays Daily News Hays Daily News staff cut the ceremonial ribbon to celebrate their relocation on Main Street. Photo Credit: COURTESY PHOTO / THE CHAMBER IN HAYS
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The 2023 KPA Convention is in the books and we had a great time! From the Dine Around to Trivia Night, there were lots of fun conversations all around.
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Our thoughts are with the Wichita Business Journal team as they navigate the untimely loss of Daniel McCoy. Daniel was a fantastic journalist and aviation expert. He will be so very missed.
Longtime WBJ reporter Daniel McCoy dies at 45 - Wichita Business Journal He was a self-described "aviation geek," a lover of airplanes small and large.
The April Publisher is here 2023 Convention Schedule is here! We are "Upping the Ante" Kansas Publisher April 19, 2023 We are excited for you to join us for the 2023 KPA Convention June 9-10. Click on the image below to see the
Few things make us happier than our annual Awards of Excellence Result Day! Well-deserved award recipients are being notified as we speak. We can't wait to celebrate with you in June!
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Our hearts are with our colleagues at the Mississippi Press Association and the Rolling Fork newspaper. Like many of us, the Rolling Fork newspaper is a one-woman show that could use support. If you would like to support this small operation, you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Mississippi Press Foundation.
MPA Foundation launches newspaper relief funds Funds established to support Rolling Fork newspaper, local journalists
Congratulations to the 2023 Sunflower State Spelling Bee Winner, Tyler Nolte of Nemaha County. Thank you to our sponsors, ITC and Newman University, and all of our volunteers who help make it possible.
Another great state spelling bee - 86 kids, 13 rounds, and one winner. Winning word was “gadzookery.”
A sneak peek at the new Kansas Media Hall of Fame in Stauffer-Flint Hall at The University of Kansas. More to come soon including a ribbon cutting celebration on Friday, May 19.
The March Publisher is here 2023 Hall of Fame Nominations are OPEN! Kansas Publisher March 22, 2023 Click here to read WEBSITE ABOUT MEMBER RESOURCES ADVERTISING Kansas Press Association #351, 4021 SW 10th St Topeka, KS 66604
Kansas journalism lost a great one last week. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Barbara White Walker.
Leaving a legacy: Remembering Barbara White Walker Barbara White Walker was kind before kindness became trendy.
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Happy National Proofreading Day, friends! Let's take a moment to appreciate the power of proofreading. Without it, our writing could unknowingly end up insulting a bunch of people named Brian.
An open letter from the editor: What’s next for the student press at ESU, President Hush? For 122 years, The Bulletin has served Emporia State as the official student newspaper. We have been there for our audience during the first pandemic in 1918, through two world
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We asked readers to submit their memories of their first date. We've shared some of the stories in the February 9th edition of the paper. Pick up your copy today to see how Cupid worked his magic!
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