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Journal-World takes prizes at K.C. Press Club awards

June 10, 2012

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The Kansas City Press Club, a chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, hosted the 2012 Heart of America Awards Saturday in Kansas City, Mo.

The Lawrence Journal-World received first-, second- and third-place finishes in multiple categories.

First Place

General reporting, Shaun Hittle, “Exonerated but still not free.”

Investigative reporting, Shaun Hittle, “Patriotism or profiteering?”

Feature, Shaun Hittle, “Boy in the attic.”

Sports writing, Jesse Newell, “Asia’s adversity.”

Photo feature, Nick Krug.

Multimedia package, “Only in Lawrence.”

Blog, Matt Tait.

Second Place

General reporting, Karrey Britt and Scott Rothschild, “Social and Rehabilitation Services closure.”

Investigative reporting, Sarah Henning, “Farm aid.”

Photo feature, Mike Yoder.

Multimedia package, Shaun Hittle and Kevin Anderson, “Exonerated but still not free.”

Third place

General reporting, George Diepenbrock, “Pearl Harbor survivors.”

Investigative reporting, George Diepenbrock and Jesse Newell, “KU athletic contract.”

Profile, George Diepenbrock, Tarik Khatib profile.

News website.

LJWorld.com also won the best website award from the press club.

Comments

jayschool 1 year, 10 months ago

Congrats, Shaun. You are the man.

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Lawrence Morgan 1 year, 10 months ago

There are some very good articles and writers here.

But I also want to commend all the writers who didn't get selected, but who are doing a great job with their work!

Congratulations, Journal-World!

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Pywacket 1 year, 10 months ago

Congratulations to all. It's a great honor to be recognized by your peers!

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smitty 1 year, 10 months ago

Where's the link to each award winning article?

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Paul R Getto 1 year, 10 months ago

Good job by all. Congratulations.

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