Sat. Mar 25th, 2023

Livingston Everyday Employees
 |  Livingston Everyday

BRIGHTON — Employees of the Livingston Everyday Press &amp Argus won seven awards in the annual Michigan Press Association Improved Newspaper Contest.

The awards have been announced on the internet this week.

In the day-to-day newspaper Class C News Photo competitors, photographer Gillis Benedict claimed initially spot with his entry, “Genoa Township Clerk Polly Skolarus.”

Benedict also took initially spot in the Photo Story competitors with his “Luke Bryan Farm Tour in Fowlerville” entry.

Sports writer Bill Kahn won initially spot in the Sports Function competitors with his story, “Told he would not run once more, Brighton man finishes yet another Boston Marathon.”

Kahn’s second initially-spot award was in the Sports Writing category with “Hartland freshman who should not have been on ice secures state title with OT winner.”

In the Most effective Video Presentation competitors, Benedict took second spot for “Farm delivers fresh meals for delivery.” Kahn placed third in the identical category with his entry, “Hartland wins hockey championship.”

Kahn also received an honorable mention in Sports Writing with “Senior scores initially touchdown of life for Howell in football playoff loss to Grand Blanc.”

The Class C division incorporates newspapers with circulations from five,001 to 11,000. Entries for the competitors, span Aug. 1, 2021 to July 29, 2022.

Members of Colorado Press Association reviewed two,866 entries submitted by 89 Michigan newspapers/Men and women across eight newspaper divisions, such as each day-to-day and weekly outlets.

By Editor

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