2000 PULITZER PRIZES ANNOUNCED

By: Staff reports

The Washington Post Wins Three



The Washington Post took three of the 1999 Pulitzer Prizes for journalism, announced
today at Columbia University in New York. Winners and their categories were:



Public Service:
The Washington Post



Breaking News Reporting:
The Denver Post staff



Investigative Reporting:
Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley, and Martha Mendoza of The Associated Press



Explanatory Reporting:
Eric Newhouse of the Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune



Beat Reporting:
George Dohrmann of the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press



National Reporting:
The Wall Street Journal staff



International Reporting:
Mark Schoofs of New York’s The Village Voice



Feature Writing:
J.R. Moehringer of the Los Angeles Times



Commentary:
Paul A. Gigot of The Wall Street Journal



Criticism:
Henry Allen of The Washington Post



Editorial Writing:
John C. Bersia of The Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel



Editorial Cartooning:
Joel Pett of the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader



Breaking News Photography:
Denver Rocky Mountain News photo staff



Feature Photography:
Carol Guzy, Michael Williamson, and Lucian Perkins of The Washington Post



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(c) Copyright 2000, Editor & Publisher

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