By: E&P Staff
The Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune, the Washington Missourian, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Daily Sentinel of Grand Junction, Colo., led the winners in the National Newspaper Association’s Newspaper In Education 2010 contest.
The Daily Tribune racked up first-place innovation awards for sponsorship and marketing in the Daily Division, while the Bay Area News Group (Alameda Times-Star, The Argus, The Daily Review, Tri-Valley Herald, San Joaquin Herald) took first place for literacy in the Daily Division.
The Daily Sentinel took second place in sponsorship in the Daily Division. The Sylvania (Ga.) Telephone and The Kentucky Standard were also winners in that category.
For state programs, the Missouri Press Association & Foundation took first-place honors, while the New York Newspaper Publishers Association and the Kentucky Press Association took second and third place, respectively.
The winners will be lauded during the “Puttin’ on the Ritz” award reception set for Oct. 2 during NNA’s 2010 Annual Convention & Trade Show at the Omaha Hilton and Qwest Center in Omaha, Neb., from Sept. 30 through Oct. 3.
Check out the full list of winners here.