2022 Student Scholarship Application Is Now Open Until March 1st
Legend Mike Cochran Has Died
DALLAS (AP) — Mike Cochran, who during a nearly 40-year career with The Associated Press told the stories of Texas’ larger-than-life characters with his rich and detailed writing, and who ended up serving as a pallbearer for Lee Harvey Oswald while covering the presidential assassin’s funeral, has died. He was 85.
Cochran died late Tuesday night after a long battle with cancer, said longtime friend and former AP executive John O. Lumpkin. READ MORE
Networking Happy Hour
December 8th, 2021 – state & allen, Dallas
Thank you to those who contributed this year. We more than tripled our previous record amount.
Dotty Griffith – 2013 Legend
Dotty Griffith, trailblazing Texas food journalist, Daily Texan Hall of Fame honoree, cookbook author and longtime restaurant critic at The Dallas Morning News, died Sept. 13 of pancreatic cancer at home in Dallas, surrounded by family. She was 71. READ MORE
Ralph Langer, 2012 Legend of North Texas Journalism and Club President (1984-85) Has Passed Away. Read More
2021 Student Scholarship Recipients
DALLAS, TX – June 17, 2021 – The Press Club of Dallas Foundation Scholarship Fund has awarded four college scholarships to Dallas area students for the upcoming, academic 2021-22, school year. The Fund is administered by Communities Foundation of Texas.
Ron Chapman has died at the age of 85.
Chapman was one of the Press Club of Dallas’ original inductees to the Legends of North Texas Journalism in 2011.
Press Club Member Bud Buchardt has passed away.
FORT WORTH REPORT, A NEW SOURCE FOR LOCAL NEWS, IS COMING SOON
New Membership Cards
Camille Keith, past-president and long-time Press Club member, has died.
Krys Boyd Student Press Conference
Krys Boyd Student Press Conference, March 4, at Dallas College – North Lake Campus.
Skip Hollandsworth Student Press Conference
Students from TCU, SMU, North Texas, Brookhaven, North Lake colleges, plus Centennial and Lebanon Trail High Schools pose with Skip Hollandsworth (3rd from left – back row), moderator Chris Kelley (5th from left – back row) and Press Club board member Keri Mitchell (3rd from left – front row)
Press Club of Dallas Launches Initiatives for Local Journalism Students
With its commitment to investing in the future of journalism, the Press Club of Dallas is launching two initiatives to benefit journalism students in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.