Sentinel staff wins 6 AP awards PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 05 March 2012 11:35
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The Sentinel-Tribune is in the running for six awards in the Associated Press Society of Ohio’s 2011 newspaper competition.
Sentinel Chief Photographer J.D. Pooley is a finalist for three awards, including the best photo essay. His photo, “Occupier Arrested,” is also up for best spot news photo, while “Rainy Fair” is one of the final three in the best feature photo category.
Debbie Rogers is a finalist in the Best Enterprise Reporting category for her “Triumph Over Tragedy” entry that reports on the year after the deadly Lake Township tornado.
Scott Williams and Harold Brown are up for the best Website.
And Raul Ascunce is a finalist for best columnist.
The awards in actual order of finish — first, second and third places — will be announced at the annual APSO annual convention May 6 in Columbus.
The General Excellence, First Amendment and Special Recognition winners also will be announced at the meeting.
Sixty-seven daily newspapers submitted 2,928 entries in this year’s contest, which featured news and sports stories, features, editorials, columns, graphics and photos from 2011.
Entries in the Sentinel-Tribune’s circulation category (8,000 to 12,999) were judged by editors from The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va., and The Statesboro (Ga.) Herald.
 

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