The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 4, 1997 · Page 43
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D10 SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL Harris Newspaper Group awards, '96.. The Hutchinson News • The Ottawa Herald • The Garden City Telegram • The Chanute Tribune The Hays Daily News • The Parsons Sun • The Burlington, Iowa, Hawk Eye • The Salina Journal coming HOME! J| JLVwXJL T JLJL-^H 14 «*U MA**I !*• <>M* ••« iV<•-*•*» *, V i I MHONUfcfti Sftiinrt Joutmtl T in- I aims wen- the \vmst nf Unit, 1 * Tor mirth-central anil northwest KUMMIS formers went broke laMcr limn at tiny limp slnco ihr Great I impression, banks and sinull businesses closed, nml ninny residents left tliclr rural roots for jobs In Wichita, Kansas City unit beyond. The 1990s have been better. At mid-tlccade, rural Kansas [a (Irainntk: s, anil there Is :m lu'ii' til hopr tluil scrmed ulisrnt 10 years ago. Agriculture lias Improved, and the population appears to in; stabilizing as more residents discover the advantages of rural living. For many, thw I9i(0s will be remembered as the time that people rediscovered small towns. GREAT PLAINS EDITION 1996 best of contest: newswriting first place: news enterprise Judges' comments: "An excellent combination of ideas, reporting and writing. I determined this series to be the best based on its timely and relevant theme, its connection to the community, its use of information, and its clear and readable writing." linda mowery-denning A mid-decade look at the economy and other Issues In north-central and northwest Kansas. first place: b&w spot news photo Judges' comments: "Technically it is excellent, well composed and tells the story. It grabs and holds your attention." torn dorsey The Salina Journal has won the best of contest newswriting awards five of the past eight years. Linda Mowery-Denning has won four of those awards. first place: color feature photo first place: color sports photo davls turner Judges' comments: "Strong expression among a diverse group of subjects. Definitely a big moment in one subject's life that day! Color also helps define the moment." "It's indeed a unique moment with an unusual angle. Even without the subject's face, the photo frames arms and legs, with a good depth of field." first place: editorials/commentary "A senator and a gentleman" george pyle Judges' comments: "This exemplifies the best in editorial writing. It attaches the incident at hand to a larger principle ... the confusion of public with personal interests." Sen. Ben Vldrlcksen Is criticized for his role In the development of a Salina sand pit. first place: sports feature "Salinans ready for Boston" dan england Judges' comments: "This feature story uses strong direct quotes. When the feature seemed to have run its course, the writer then introduced another marathoner, and then a third, that gave the story a momentum of its own." Salinans discuss the art of running as they prepare for the Boston Marathon. first place: family living "Virus rages on" becky fltzgerald Judges' comments: "This reporter succeeds in weaving together hard facts and gentlefeelings, medical reality and human frailty, acceptance of events and aspirations for what might be." Salinans Kelly and Tyler Roberts battle HIV and AIDS In the public eye. iJr'luUM an Salina Journal While brought loSafiiia ••••••"-•••- Championship Seasons isfeaif ; 'lraiKpun»ili>n ik'panmt'iti WLWS air-lwg irMntiiuns first place: page one design l uluil il u-utl lulu 1 david frese Judges' comments: Nice use of white space. Wide margin really sets off the lead package. Good headlines and typography. An amazingly effective approach to story lengths and jumps. first place: editorial page design george pyle Judges' comments: Very good use of white space, dominant elements, and contrasting shapes. Excellent typography. Nice use of reader services. Strong cartoon receives strong play and the page is far less gray. lite On t h e BUTT'ftN awards in advertising first place: display advertising, class nine the salina journal advertising staff "timepieces" best of contest: page section first place: page section sherida warner Judges' comments: "This page was a zinger. The design grabs the reader, and he or she simply must read the copy. The page is colorful and appealing, but simple, not cluttered." Sports 1MB WIUU nMMNMH Mighty Mustangs Central rallies. to stun Liberal for 5A crown I;!;!§ l)av ' s ceudivs 2,000 yards, bill K-State wins te^l'£ MU/im puts Kll nut of Iulr-M<iu<iii inlwi) ^tvkn. hia^SW 3^irri^i'-/ .jW^r.':-^*; r.^% ?^5 Zrl^^^», £^.^a'' first place: sports page design tlm hostetter troy palenske Judges' comments: Excellent simplicity of design and use of white space. Strong action in dominant photo. Good headlines and typography, especially the indexing of news. Helpful and simple subject bars. Judges' comments: "Excellent use of special sections. Well designed, interesting and informative. Good use of full-color throughout. Great way to sell ad space." Judges' comments: "We felt the layout and design made for a very readable newspaper. Classified section is excellent." first place: black and white pre-press production the sallna journal pre-press staff ... the Salina Journal sweeps the competition honorable mention news: David Clouston - News enterprise; Carol Lichti - News features; George Pyle - Editorial/Commentary (2); Kelly Presnell - B&W sports photo, color spot news photo, color sports photo, col- or photo story (2); Davis Turner - B&W photo story, color feature photo, color photo story; Tom Dorsey - Color spot news photo honorable mention advertising: Rod Gruber and Kelly Nelson - Display class 6; Rod Gruber - Display class 9; Advertising staff Most adaptable ad

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