The Press Newspaper
Press wins two news awards at state contest
The Press won two first place awards in a recent statewide contest held by the Ohio Society for Professional Journalists (SPJ).
Larry Limpf, news editor, won a first in Best Public Records Use for his series of stories concerning the Village of Gibsonburg. The stories detailed Police Chief’s Michael Benton’s investigation into real estate transactions, questionable billing and possible conflicts of interest by elected and appointed officials including a former village solicitor and the administrator.
Second place went to Cleveland Magazine.
Kelly Kaczala, news editor, Pat Eaken, reporter, and Melissa Burden, a freelance writer, won a first place in the Best Government Reporting category for their coverage of controversy involving public officials in Jerusalem Township.
Second place went to Westerville News & Public Opinion.
The Press competed in the category of print publications under 100,000 circulation.
The contest was managed by the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati chapters of SPJ.
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Newman most recently served as administrator of operations, division of anatomic pathology at the University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor.
He and his family reside in Oak Harbor.
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