Bulletin scores 5 press awards

Wayne Craig/Clear Memories
Wayne Craig of Clear Memories won first place in Sports Photo at the TPA Better Newspaper Contest for a collection of amazing images, including this 2018 shot of Ryan Jackson high-stepping into the end zone against Manor.

 

 

 

 

By Lew K. Cohn

Managing Editor

Burnet Bulletin

The Burnet Bulletin was recognized as one of the top newspapers in the state of Texas during the 140th annual Texas Press Association Convention & Trade Show held Jan. 16-18 at Moody Gardens Hotel, Convention Center & Spa in Galveston.

The Bulletin won five awards in the 2018-19 TPA Better Newspaper Contest, including two first-place plaques, and finished tied for second in Division 9 for Sweepstakes, which is determined by number of points earned overall.

“It is an honor to work with a news staff that has such exceptional skill and experience as the Burnet Bulletin team,” said publisher Jeff Shabram. “Under the leadership of Lew Cohn, the team keeps a laser focus on the issues and news that is vital to support our communities.

“Quality news is paramount to a healthy community and these awards are indicative of the value of our journalist. I join the Texas Press Association in extending congratulating our team for these much deserved awards.”

Staff writers Savanna Gregg and Nathan Hendrix won first place in Feature Writing for a pair of outstanding stories — one on the effort by the City of Burnet to restore the static airplane displays at the Burnet Municipal Airport, and the other on a Burnet County inmate who has found redemption through faith. . . .

Read the rest of the story about the Burnet Bulletin's press awards in the Wednesday, Jan. 22 issue of the Burnet Bulletin, the newspaper of record for Burnet County.

 

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