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May 4, 2014

The Herald Bulletin honored in annual media contest

INDIANAPOLIS — Journalists from The Herald Bulletin received 18 awards Friday at the annual Indiana Society of Professional Journalists awards dinner.

First-place awards went to Scott Miley, editorial writing; Stu Hirsch, coverage of government/politics; Hirsch, business reporting; John Cleary, sports photography; and Allison Vondrell, page design.

Second-place awards: Staff, headline writing; Miley, feature writing; Don Knight, sports photography; Scott Underwood, editorial writing; and staff, non-fiction book.

Third-place awards: George Bremer, sports column; Cleary, news photography; Cleary, features photography; and former THB staffer Baylee Pulliam, spot news reporting.

THB reporter Zach Osowski won a third place in sports reporting for work he did as a student at Franklin College.

Honorable mention: Hirsch, non-deadline series; Knight, news photography; and Knight, features photography.

Judges in the SPJ contest considered work published by Indiana media outlets in 2013. The Herald Bulletin competed in most categories against other publications with distribution of less than 40,000. Some categories did not have distribution limits.

— The Herald Bulletin

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