Employees members of the three Columbiana County newspapers have been amongst journalists statewide honored Sunday through the annual Ohio APME annual awards banquet in Columbus.
Awards in numerous classes have been primarily based on circulation courses. First-through-third locations recognition was given.
Sports activities editor Ron Firth, assistant sports activities editor Mike Burich and sports activities staffer Chris Rambo acquired a 3rd place award for Finest Sports activities Part, the annual scholastic soccer preview, revealed in The Evaluate.
The sports activities workers members additionally acquired a second place award for Finest Day by day Sports activities Part for the Morning Journal.
Morning Journal workers author Katie White acquired third place in Finest Enterprise Reporting for her protection of the Columbiana basketball controversy.
Employees photographer Patti Schaeffer acquired each first place and second place awards in Finest Information Picture for fireplace protection in Lisbon and East Liverpool;
Salem Information workers reporter Mary Ann Greier acquired a primary place award for her protection of the ICE raid of the Recent Mark Salem plant.
J.D. Creer, govt editor of the Salem Information, Morning Journal and East Liverpool Evaluate, acquired a second place award as Finest Editorial Author for a number of opinions. Amongst these have been columns on the City Meyer controversy, on downtown Salem of yore, on native climate hardships in comparison with different elements of the nation, and on the revelry surrounding the Tremendous Bowl.
The three county newspapers are members of the Ogden Newspapers Group.