Better Newspaper Contest

2014 Award Winners

Hoosier State Press Association - The Indiana Publisher - Better Newspaper Contest

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Page 48 Best Business Section or Pages/ Category 27 First place Sunday Business Roger Schneider The Goshen News Comments: A good local feel to the section with the center package and rail items. Mostly wire inside, but seems to be chosen with a consumer orientation. The very clean and readable design is a plus, as is the "Tech Talk" column that anchors the page. Second place Business Sarah Einselen Pharos-Tribune (Logansport) Comments: Good local content on the cover of this section, with nice use of photo(s) with main package, but limited con- tent beyond that. Page design could stand to be updated. Third place No award given. Best Special Section/Category 28 First place Dubois County: A Heritage of Business Success Staff The Herald (Jasper) Comments: The breadth of coverage on business and indus- try is astounding. Well-written and presented. Enjoyable ... our obvious first choice. Second place Brave Hearts Staff Daily Journal (Franklin) Comments: We loved the overall presentation. Very well- organized; we enjoyed the front page graphic, informative with great stories. Third place Shadows of our town Sarah Emge Chronicle-Tribune (Marion) Comments: Great community partnership, we loved this sec- tion. Observation and attention to detail with stories from the past reinforces the thread of a community newspaper. Best Community Service/Category 29 First place Financial crisis in city of Marion government Karla Bowsher & David Penticuff Chronicle-Tribune (Marion) Comments: This is a perfect example of watchdog journal- ism. Great work. Second place Special tax district Kate Knable Daily Journal (Franklin) Comments: Such a complex issue to communicate to the general public. Great job explaining, bringing awareness and your continued efforts. Third place Pink Power Staff Daily Reporter (Greenfield) Comments: Great local awareness, call to action and results. Touching stories. Best Newspaper Design/Category 30 First place Kyle Lewis Daily Reporter (Greenfield) Comments: Love the Sky Boxes! Paper has some great energy to it! Crisp photos. Entertainment focus hits a home run! Second place Staff The News-Sun (Kendallville) Comments: Clean use of photos, sky boxes. Info graphics on War On Poverty package outstanding. Third place Staff Daily Journal (Franklin) Comments: Lots of great elements above the fold. Great single-copy presentation. Division 4

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