The Cincinnati Enquirer
Cincinnati Enquirer staffers received 37 awards at the annual banquet Friday of the Cincinnati chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Among the 44 first-place winners, the Enquirer took away the most awards with 10.
Thom Gephardt, who was the editorial page editor of the Enquirer for 32 years, was one of three people inducted into the Cincinnati Journalism Hall of Fame.
Other Enquirer awards:
First place, Debra Jasper and Spencer Hunt, "Extreme Choices."
Second place, Ken Alltucker, "Home Schemes/Broken Dreams."
Third place, James Pilcher, "Collision Course: Brent Spence Bridge."
Honorable Mention, James McNair, "Wanted: Innovation."
First place, Tim Bonfield, medical issues
Second place, James Pilcher, transportation
Third place, Dan Horn, criminal justice
Honorable Mention, Jennifer Edwards, Southeastern Butler County stories
First place, Debra Jasper and Spencer Hunt, "Money's Gone."
Third place, Cindi Andrews, "Budget Backs Up Sewer Fixes."
First place, Mark Curnutte, stories on Marvin Lewis
Second place, Tom Groeschen, "Sports Finds Its Stars Younger and Younger."
Third place, Michael Clark, "College Decision: A Football Star is Torn."
Second place, Michael Clark, "College Decision: A Football Star is Torn."
Third place, Mark Curnutte, "An Opening Day Love Letter from a Son to His Father."
Honorable Mention, Tom Groeschen, "The Latest in a Long Line."
Second place, William Weathers, "Whatever Happened to?"
First place, Dan Horn, "The Truth Set Him Free; Freedom Broke His Heart."
Honorable Mention, John Johnston, "The Defense Finally Rests."
Long News Feature
First place, Dan Horn, "Going Home."
Short News Feature
Second place, Sharon Coolidge, "Man Says Pot Was Medicine."
Third place, John Johnston, "Junk Man Salvages a Family."
Honorable Mention, Tim Bonfield, "Doctor Will See You Now - for $1,500."
Arts and Entertainment
Second place, John Johnston, "Renegade Players Take a Bow."
Second place, Cliff Peale, "P&G's Russian Frontier."
First place, Jennifer Mrozowski, for a collection of education stories.
News or Feature Headline
Second place, Phil Fisher, "Short Workweek Wearies French With More Time, Why Aren't They Less Miserable?"
Third place, Phil Fisher, "Live or Let Die: A Choice of Sorrows."
First place, Sue Lancaster, "In a N.Y. Minute - or Two."
Second place, Sue Lancaster, "Sosa Uncorks One."
Second place, Ron Huff, "100 Years of Flight."
Honorable Mention, Ron Huff, "Six Degrees of Marvin Lewis."
First place, Randy Mazzola, "100 Years of Flight."
Second place, Randy Mazzola, "Great American Ball Park"
Second place, Randy Mazzola, "Built to Last."
Third place, Glenn Hartong, "The Death of Oscar Armstrong."
First place, Patrick Reddy, "You May Kiss the Bride - Goodbye."
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