Salisbury Post
Division E
1st Place
Editorial
Staff
Salisbury the Magazine, October edition
Mark Wineka and the gang nailed this one
1st Place
Editorial
Staff
Spirit of Rowan
This section turned out to be a story, in parts, about the transformation of a town given all of the fresh projects popping up. Nice design touches early in this. Love the By The Numbers on Rowan.
1st Place
Editorial
Staff
Salisbury Post appearance and design
1st Place
Editorial
Staff
Post editorial page
All three entrants were superior, but the Salisbury Post came out on top because it combined really good, punchy editorials with really good, thought-provoking columns - some from in house, some from the community. Even a letter from a convict. Two local cartoons were a very nice touch. Folks, this is the community's opinion page - but with no doubt regarding how the paper stands. Pats on the back all around!
1st Place
Editorial
Staff
Scenes of protest
1st Place
Editorial
Josh Bergeron
Bergeron columns
Great variety of work presented. The pieces were original, but related to community. Nice work throughout!
1st Place
Editorial
Josh Bergeron
How to vote by mail
2nd Place
Editorial
Staff
Salisbury the Magazine, winter edition
Jon Lakey could photograph a wash tub and make it interesting.
2nd Place
Editorial
Josh Bergeron
Bergeron editorials
These editorials in particular speak to not letting only fear - whether it’s fear of change or fear of a virus - steer one’s decisions or those decisions that determine the trajectory of a community, state, and country. These are clear-eyed and considerate pieces.
2nd Place
Editorial
Jon Lakey
Fulton Heights caroling
2nd Place
Editorial
Josh Bergeron
Gunshots ring out at protest
Reporter on scene, police in motion, counter protesters, and the monument at the center, this shot is telling a complicated story all at once.
2nd Place
Editorial
Natalie Anderson
Down to his last $20
Profile provided a window (no pun intended) into a community member's challenges and hard work. I thought it was really well done.
2nd Place
Editorial
Carl Blankenship
Vacant seats persist
Nobody wants to see "their" school closed but this story explains the ramifications of keeping schools open just to keep the community quiet. The accompanying chart makes the choices very obvious. Good package of story and graphics
3rd Place
Editorial
Staff
Salisbury the Magazine, summer edition
3rd Place
Editorial
Staff
Post sports
3rd Place
Editorial
Natalie Anderson
Some will stream online
3rd Place
Editorial
Ben Stansell
Evans Family Farm
Great information about local agriculture and the meat market with a personal, individual twist