About NDNA

The North Dakota Newspaper Association was founded in 1885 and acts on behalf of all of North Dakota's weekly and daily newspapers. NDNA represents its members and the public in legislative affairs -- protecting the public's right-to-know through open public meetings and open public records.

NDNA also works for its members to secure and process advertising; offers a service of distributing news releases, and operates a service to clip news stories for organizations and individuals. Please contact us for information about our services or the newspapers of North Dakota.

NDNA is governed by an nine-member Board of Directors elected by member newspapers. A structure of committees, whose members are volunteers, make recommendations to the Board of Directors.

The Board of Directors hires an executive director who oversees the association's operations.