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Roanoke Rapids Earns a 1st Place in NNA Awards

Roanoke Rapids Earns a 1st Place in NNA Awards

​​The National Newspaper Association just announced the winners of their 2014 Better Newspaper Contest and Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. ​The Daily Herald, Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina earned a First Place, Best Sales Promotion Section or Edition, Daily Division for its Prospectus Magazine. Prospectus is an annual magazine focused on business and industry in Halifax County, NC. It is published by The Daily Herald in partnership with Halifax County Economic Development Commission. The Read more [...]

July 3, 2014 | By | Reply More
Congratulations to Tyler Bell of the Williston Herald for the winning photo in May!

Congratulations to Tyler Bell of the Williston Herald for the winning photo in May!

MEMBER PHOTO OF THE MONTH FOR NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA – In this May 27, 2014 file photo, debris is seen scattered after a tornado hit in Watford City, N.D., the day before. Authorities say at least eight trailers were destroyed when the twister tore through a camp where oil field workers stay. Nine people were injured, including a 15-year-old girl critically. When waves of workers began spilling into western North Dakota for high-paying oil jobs and nowhere to live, they set their eyes on the rural Read more [...]

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Nogales journalists win 7 prizes in statewide contest

Nogales journalists win 7 prizes in statewide contest

Staffers from the Nogales International won seven awards in the Arizona Press Club’s annual Best in Arizona Journalism contest, including prizes for immigration, investigative, human interest and business reporting. Reporter Curt Prendergast and managing editor Jonathan Clark each took home first, second and third-place awards, and Prendergast was the second runner-up for the Community Journalist of the Year. The recognitions came during a ceremony Saturday in Phoenix and were for work published Read more [...]

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Capital Journal wins 16 awards in AP Great Plains contest

Capital Journal wins 16 awards in AP Great Plains contest

The Capital Journal newsroom has won 16 awards in the 2014 AP Great Plains competition, including four for first place. The competition is among newspapers in South Dakota, North Dakota and Nebraska. The Capital Journal won more awards than any other newspaper in the small dailies category, though the newspaper in York, Neb., won more first-place awards. The Capital Journal’s first place winners include former assistant managing editor Justin Joiner’s photo feature, “Stacked History,” Read more [...]

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