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Joel Washburn is new president of Tennessee Press Association
Joel Washburn, managing editor of The McKenzie Banner, is the newly elected president of the Tennessee Press Association. He was elected by the Board of Directors on September 12 to fill the unexpired term of Jason Taylor, who vacated the position when he assumed the position of president and publisher of the Jackson (Mississippi) Clarion-Ledger and regional president of the U.S. Community Publishing Group.
Washburn has served in various positions with TPA boards, including director of TPA, treasurer, and vice president of non-dailies. He also serves on the Tennessee Press Association Foundation’s Board of Trustees. He is chairman of the Winter Convention and Press Institute, a position assigned to the vice-president.
Washburn is a native of McKenzie, Tennessee. He is general business manager for his family’s two community newspapers, The McKenzie Banner and Dresden Enterprise.
Washburn holds a bachelor’s degree from Union University in Jackson and an MBA from Bethel University in McKenzie. He works as an adjunct professor for Bethel University, teaching business and photography at campuses in Clarksville, Jackson, and McKenzie. Continue reading
Second Annual Border War Golf Tournament set Sept. 18 in London, Ky.
Registration and more information in PDF format: $75 per player includes green fee, cart fee, range balls, beverage cart, lunch and awards reception. Fees are considered a donation to the newspaper foundations and are tax deductible.
Tennessee Newspaper Hall of Fame seeks nominations
2014 UT-TPA State Press Contests Awards presented July 11
First place winners in the 2014 UT-TPA State Press Contests. Photo by Donn Jones, Donn Jones Photography
Master List of Winners by Category 2014
Photos from July 11 individual first place winners with Dr. Tonjanita Johnson
NASHVILLE—Newspaper writers, editors, designers and publishers won top awards today in the Tennessee Press Association's 2014 newspaper contest, co-sponsored by the University of Tennessee.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Jackson Sun, Elizabethton Star, the LaFollette Press and the Erwin Record won the top general excellence awards at the association's luncheon ceremonies held in Nashville. General excellence honors are based on total points accumulated for awards in five circulation categories. continue reading
Newspapers must comply with Public Notice Law
Details at tnpress.com/publicnoticelaw.html
Butch Jones named TPA's 2013
The Tennessee Headliner of the Year Award recognizes a person (or group) who has brought the most positive headlines to the State of Tennessee over the course of the year.
Publishers and editors from across the state nominated those who they believed had contributed the most toward positive headlines. continue reading/full release and photos
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