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Jo Anne Bray, wife of former MPA Executive Director Bill Bray, came up with the ORIGINAL scrumptious cookbook filled with 241 page of recipes.
A History of the first 75 years of the Missouri Honor Medal for Journalism in Missouri, 1930-2005. Written by Dr. William H. Taft and MPA Editor Kent Ford.
Jo Anne Bray, wife of former MPA Executive Director Bill Bray, came up with a second scrumptious cookbook filled with 342 page of recipes.
By Kay Hively. Copyright 2005, Missouri Press Foundation. Hardback Keepsake Edition. Hannah is the story of Hannah, a little girl on the American frontier who makes history.
By Ted Kooser, Poet Laureate of the United States. Softback, Copyright 2004, Copper Canyon Press, 84 pages.
An overview of the history of Journalism in Missouri; by Dr William Howard Taft. Copyright 2003 Heritage House Publishing, Hardback, 339 pages.
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Friday July 24th
Laura Johnston, assistant professor at the Missouri School of Journalism and news editor of the Columbia Missourian, speaks at the MPF Sports Reporting Training Camp. Today, Johnston is speaking about how to do more with less in today’s digital world and how to edit stories quickly on deadline and what to look for when you’re doing it. Link
Friday July 24th
Greg Bowers, an associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism and sports editor of the Columbia Missourian, talks during the MPF Sports Reporting Training Camp in Columbia, Mo. Bowers is talking about the day to come, including a portion on how to use your iPhone to take great sports photos. Link
Thursday July 23rd
#tbt to the 104th Missouri Press Association Annual Convention at St. Louis in 1970. Link