Better Newspaper Contest

2014 Award Winners

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

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Page 54 Best Spot News Photo/Category 15 First place Fire 1 Sarah Welliver The Elkhart Truth Comments: Nice use of light and dark to tell the story in one frame. Second place Fire Jordan Kartholl The Star Press (Muncie) Comments: Nice capture of light. Nice to see departure from typical smoke and flames photo that still manages to tell story. Third place No award given. Best General News Photo/Category 16 First place Goodbye Mike Heinz Journal & Courier (Lafayette) Comments: Nice moment captured. Second place Jail Minister Andrew Laker The Republic (Columbus) Comments: Nice quiet moment captured. Interesting frame, makes me want to find out more about the story. Third place Clean up Tim Bath Kokomo Tribune Comments: Nice frame that tells the whole story. Best Sports Feature Photo/Category 17 First place Swim Joseph C. Garza Tribune-Star (Terre Haute) Comments: Way to work to get a unique angle that captures the moment. A nice, different take on the typical photo. Second place Champions Tim Bath Kokomo Tribune Comments: Nice job capturing a moment. Third place Bowling Chris Howell The Herald-Times (Bloomington) Comments: Nice job capturing a moment. Best Sports Action Photo/Category 18 First place Helmet Andrew Laker The Republic (Columbus) Comments: Nice clean frame that captures the action, vio- lence, speed and power of the game. Second place Double header Andrew Laker The Republic (Columbus) Comments: Super-clean frame. Nice job capturing the moment. Third place Out Jeremy Hogan The Herald-Times (Bloomington) Comments: Nice action. Dirt flying up is great. Division 5 Aurora Orozco gets a ride on the boot of her father, Sgt. Jeremy Orozco, before he departs for Fort Hood, Texas, with the 1638th Transportation Company of the Indiana National Guard Sept. 17, 2013. The outfit is being deployed to Afghanistan for a year tour of duty. Elkhart County and surround- ing fire departments respond to a factory fire after 2 a.m. Feb. 2 in Elkhart. Columbus North High School's Drew Schoeberl, left, loses his helmet on a hit from Plainfield High School's Kris Clark Aug. 23, 2013. Terre Haute South High School swim coach Jeff Thompson congratulates junior Rachel Senseman on her performance in the 100-yard backstroke during the girls sectional swimming and diving finals.

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