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2024 CPW events:

Aug. 24: Summer getaway to Estes Park

Plans are in the works for a fun trip to Estes Park.     Click here for more information.


Colorado Press Women mourns the death of our co-president, Sandy Graham, from lung cancer on Sunday, Jan. 7. To see her obituary , click here.


The 2024 NFPW contest for professional communicators and high school students is closed for entries. See links under “Recognition” on toolbar.


CPW has developed a resource the general public can use to help sort fact from fiction: Tips for Spotting Misinformation. Please share with your contacts.

 

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Colorado hauls in the prizes at NFPW’s contest

June 24th, 2024|Comments Off on Colorado hauls in the prizes at NFPW’s contest

Congratulations to Colorado Press Women’s entrants in the National Federation of Press Women’s top contest! All six earned awards for outstanding work against 1800+ entries in the tough nationwide competition. They won three 1st places, [...]

Hutchins talks AI in the newsroom

March 27th, 2024|Comments Off on Hutchins talks AI in the newsroom

By Sharon AlmirallPhotos by Ann Lockhart “I believe AI (artificial intelligence) is absolutely going to play a role in journalism’s future,” speaker Corey Hutchins told Colorado Press Women members and guests in a Zoom presentation [...]

Sharon Almirall — 2024 Colorado Winner & National Runner-up

February 25th, 2024|Comments Off on Sharon Almirall — 2024 Colorado Winner & National Runner-up

Perseverance, service and courage are the hallmarks of Sharon Almirall’s 55-year career in journalism and communications. With perseverance and courage, Sharon has suffered many “scrapes and scars” in her career, as she writes in her [...]

Authors bring unique perspectives to event

November 16th, 2023|Comments Off on Authors bring unique perspectives to event

By Sharon Almirall “If I trace it back, it goes back to 9/ll,” said Jacqueline St. Joan in explaining how she was inspired to write “Shawl of Midnight,” a novel about the strength of Pakistani [...]