Register-Guard wins 20 excellence honors.Byline: The Register-Guard
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The awards were announced at the association's annual summer publishers' convention, held Friday at the Valley River Inn in Eugene. A total of 2,140 submissions were received in this year's contest, which was judged by members of the Oklahoma Press Association.
The Register-Guard collected a total of 20 honors, including a third-place General Excellence award, competing among daily newspapers with circulations of 25,001 or more. The awards are for work published in 2004.
The Oregonian won first place in the General Excellence competition, and the Statesman Journal The Statesman Journal is the major daily newspaper published in Salem, Oregon, United States. It serves Salem, Keizer, and much of the Mid-Willamette Valley. It was formed in 1980 by the merger of the two main Salem newspapers, the Oregon Statesman and the of Salem placed second.
Welch, placing first in the Best Local Columnist category, was judged on three essays ranging from the trial of former Eugene police officer Roger Magana to Welch's own colonoscopy. Neville placed first in Best Editorial for an editorial published the day after the murder of domestic violence victim Paula Benitez.
Wilson was honored for overseeing the Best Editorial Page, and also earned a third-place honor for editorial writing. Barrow won first in Best Graphics for her design of a 20Below section cover.
Reporter Mark Baker placed second in the Best Writing category, and coastal reporter Winston Ross earned an honorable mention in Best Coverage of Business and Economic Issues. Susan Palmer placed third and Ross won an honorable mention in the Best Silk Purse Story category.
The staff placed second in Best Special Section or Issue and tied for third in Best Enterprise Reporting With the dramatic expansion of information technology, and the desire for increased competitiveness in corporations, there has been an increase in the use of computing power to produce unified reports which join different views of the enterprise in one place. .
The paper placed second in both Best Sports Page Noun 1. sports page - any page in the sports section of a newspaper
page - one side of one leaf (of a book or magazine or newspaper or letter etc.) or the written or pictorial matter it contains and Best Sunday Sports Page, and sports reporter Bob Rodman earned a third-place award for Best Sports Story.
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The newspaper placed second in Best Page One Design and third in Best Section Front or Inside Page Design. Graphic artists and editors Tom Penix, Rob Romig and Carl Davaz contributed to the winning pages.
Other area newspapers, competing in smaller-circulation categories, also won recognition for top work published last year. They include:
The Cottage Grove Cottage Grove, village (1990 pop. 22,935), Washington co., SE Minn., near the St. Croix River; inc. 1965. There is farming (cattle, sheep, corn, and soybeans) and manufacturing (chemicals and machinery). Sentinel: Second: Best Local Columnist.
The Creswell Chronicle: First: Best Photo Essay. Third: General Excellence, Best Page One Design, Best News Photo.
The Siuslaw News, Florence: First: Best Coverage of Business and Economic Issues, Best Educational Coverage. Third: Best Local Columnist. Honorable Mention: Best Feature Story-Personality.
The Springfield News: First: Best Photo Essay. Second: Best Sports Photo. Third: Best Sports Page, Best Sports Photo. Honorable Mention: Best Lifestyle Coverage, Best News Photo, Best Feature Story-General.
The Tri-County News There are several newspapers named Tri-County News:
The West Lane News, Veneta: First: Best Coverage of Business and Economic Issues, Best Educational Coverage, Best Enterprise Reporting, Best Sports Story, Best Editorial, Best Page One Design, Best Headline Writing, Best Spot News Coverage (tie). Second: General Excellence, Best Feature Story-General, Best Silk Purse Story, Best Spot News Coverage (tie). Third: Public Service Journalism Service journalism is at its core personal. It promises insights, secrets, strategies, tips and direction to consumers rather than serving as just another piece of entertainment. And in that way, the majority of magazines that sell so well on our newsstands are classifiable as service , Best Photo Essay, Best Spot News Coverage (tie). Honorable Mention: Best Section Front.