Gazette earns seven state awards
April 05, 2013 10:55 AM

The Indiana Gazette has captured seven awards in the 2013 Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors’ annual writing and photography contest.

The Gazette tied for the most awards in its circulation category (15,000 and under) that includes about two dozen newspapers for work in 2012.

First-place awards went to:

 

That publication was designed by news editor Jason Levan and included the work of many staff members.

Second-place awards went to:

Entries were judged by editors in New York.

The newspaper has won 13 state AP awards in the last two years.

The PAPME awards come on the heels of the Gazette’s seven Pennsylvania Newspaper Association awards, announced last month.

“Garnering recognition from your peers is always satisfying, and these awards are an indication of the quality and effort we put into the material we publish.

“It’s rewarding to know that the dedicated Gazette staff produces work that can stand at the top of our craft,” said Eric Ebeling, executive editor. “I think awards are just a natural extension of the dedicated, thorough and conscientious approach we try to deliver every day for the benefit of our readers.”

Winners will be honored at a banquet on May 17 in Harrisburg.

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