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Sunday, April 10, 2005
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K H6 | SUNDAY,APRIL10,2005|THE COURIER-JOURNAL FORUM | A job well drawn. The Courier-Journal is pleased to congratulate Nick Anderson on receiving the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning. The award is presented “for a distinguished cartoon or portfolio of cartoons published during the year, characterized by originality, editorial effectiveness, quality of drawing and pictorial effect.” According to the Pulitzer Board, Anderson was given the award “for his unusual graphic style that produced extraordinarily thoughtful and powerful messages.” Anderson joined The Courier-Journal in 1991 after graduating from Ohio State. His cartoons on national and international issues, including the war in Iraq, have been published in many newspapers, including The New York Times and The Washington Post. In 1989, he won the Charles M. Schulz Award for best college cartoonist in the United States, Canada and Mexico. He interned one summer with The Courier-Journal, which created a position for him after graduation. In 1997, he won first-place honors for editorial cartooning in the Best of Gannett Awards. In 1999, he won the John Fischetti Award, and in 2000, he received the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi award. His latest award represents the tenth Pulitzer for outstanding journalism at The Courier-Journal and Louisville Times. 1918 Henry Watterson wins the Pulitzer Prize for two editorials published at the beginning of World War I. 19 26 Reporter William Burke “Skeets” Miller wins the Pulitzer Prize for his interviews of the trapped Floyd Collins deep inside Sand Cave. 19 5 6 The Pulitzer Prize is awarded to Louisville Times cartoonist Robert York for his cartoon “Achilles.” 19 6 7 The Pulitzer Prize for Meritorious Public Service is awarded to The Courier-Journal for its successful battle for stronger strip- mining controls. 19 6 9 John Fetterman of The Courier-Journal and Times Magazine wins the Pultizer Prize for his story of the return and burial of a K entucky soldier killed in V ietnam. 19 7 6 A Pulitzer Prize is awarded to The Courier-Journal and The Louisville Times photography staff for coverage of court-ordered busing. 19 7 8 Reporter Richard Whitt is awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fi re in Southgate, K entucky. 198 0 Reporter Joel Brinkley and photographer Jay Mather win the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting for “The Cambodian Nightmare.” 1989 The Courier-Journal receives the Pulitzer Prize for general news reporting for its coverage of the May 1 4 , 1988, Carrollton bus crash in which 27 people died. 2 00 5 Editorial cartoonist Nick Anderson receives the Pulitzer Prize for a selection of his work. Nick Anderson Courier-Journal Editorial Cartoonist and 2005 Pulitzer Prize Winner

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