2016 SCPA News Contest Winners
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2016 NEWS CONTEST WINNERS
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NOT FOR RELEASE UNTIL MARCH 18, 2017.
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Division#ContestPlaceNewspaperWinnerHeadline
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Open Division1Public Notice Journalism AwardFirstThe Post and CourierTony BartelmeLand of opportunity or close to slavery?
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Open Division1Public Notice Journalism AwardSecondThe Island PacketLucas HighA few companies account for huge part of past-due Beaufort County property taxes
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Open Division1Public Notice Journalism AwardThirdAiken StandardDan BrownAiken Council member appears on delinquent tax list
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Open Division2Judson Chapman AwardFirstThe Post and CourierLauren Sausser 'There never was a baby'
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Open Division2Judson Chapman AwardSecondThe Island PacketErin HeffernanThis is not the America I was promised'
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Open Division2Judson Chapman AwardThirdThe Post and CourierLauren Sausser and Doug PardueIs it business or pleasure?
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Open Division3CartoonFirstThe StateRobert AriailBand Aid, Abbeville School Children, Poisonous Plant
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Open Division3CartoonSecondThe Times and DemocratWalt InabinetKumbaya, Little fish, Madder than hell
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Open Division3CartoonThirdThe Horry IndependentEd WilsonPolice shortage, New Chief, Better or Worse
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Open Division4IllustrationFirstHerald-JournalZak DennisA death knell for executions in SC?
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Open Division4IllustrationSecondHerald-JournalZak DennisFace of Fear
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Open Division4IllustrationThirdHerald-JournalLarry SeilCrisis Conscious
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Open Division5Informational Graphics PortfolioFirstThe Post and CourierBrandon Lockett40 years of Riley, Mega deveopments, Catastrophes
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Open Division5Informational Graphics PortfolioSecondThe StateMeredith ShefferStreak, Who'll win when going deep, Masters from A-Z
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Open Division5Informational Graphics PortfolioThirdThe StateElissa MacarinThe Creek we thought we knew, South Carolina's economy by the numbers, States to watch
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Open Division6Innovative ConceptFirstThe Island PacketStaffStorm center
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Open Division6Innovative ConceptSecondThe Post and CourierEmory Parker and StaffWhisper Campaign
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Open Division6Innovative ConceptThirdThe Times and DemocratStaffThe Spot
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Open Division7Affiliated or Niche WebsiteFirstThe StateDwayne McLemore and Staffgogamecocks.com
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Open Division7Affiliated or Niche WebsiteSecondThe Post and CourierCaroline Fossi, Kurt Knapek and Laura Jameslowcountryparent.com
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Open Division7Affiliated or Niche WebsiteThirdIndependent MailStafforangeandwhite.com
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All Daily Division8Montgomery/Shurr FOI AwardFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Weekly Division8Montgomery/Shurr FOI AwardFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Daily Division9Jay Bender Award for Assertive JournalismFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Daily Division9Jay Bender Award for Assertive JournalismSecondNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Weekly Division9Jay Bender Award for Assertive JournalismFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Weekly Division9Jay Bender Award for Assertive JournalismSecondNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Daily Division10Journalist of the YearFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Weekly Division10Journalist of the YearFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Daily Division11Photojournalist of the YearFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Weekly Division11Photojournalist of the YearFirstNot announced until Annual Meeting
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All Daily Division12Editorial or Column in Support of FOI/Open Government IssuesFirstThe Post and CourierCharles RoweMisguided move against FOIA
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All Daily Division12Editorial or Column in Support of FOI/Open Government IssuesSecondIndex-JournalRichard WhitingSC lawmakers trample on your access to information
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All Daily Division12Editorial or Column in Support of FOI/Open Government IssuesThirdThe Post and CourierElsa McDowellMUSC board’s faulty diagnosis
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All Weekly Division12Editorial or Column in Support of FOI/Open Government IssuesFirstGeorgetown TimesMark A. StevensPublic not served by Patel's perplexing suggestion
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All Weekly Division12Editorial or Column in Support of FOI/Open Government IssuesSecondMyrtle Beach HeraldTom O'DareWindow was shaded in Surfside Beach
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All Weekly Division12Editorial or Column in Support of FOI/Open Government IssuesThirdGeorgetown TimesMark A. StevensSilence isn't golden, because the public has a right to know
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All Daily Division13E.A. Ramsaur Award for Editorial WritingFirstHerald-JournalMichael SmithState's failure hurts families, Update state's election process, New moped laws would hurt poor
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All Daily Division13E.A. Ramsaur Award for Editorial WritingSecondThe Island PacketStaffSchool board whiffs on nepotism policy, State's I-95 response remains unacceptable, Pat Conroy’s princely voice finds new legacy
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All Daily Division13E.A. Ramsaur Award for Editorial WritingThirdThe StateCindi Ross ScoppeDHEC needs funding to protect health, safety; Reject special privileges for Georgia gun owners; Bad as it is, anti-refugee bill represents something far worse
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All Weekly Division13Harris Award for Editorial WritingFirstCarolina Forest ChronicleCharles D. PerryRhodes’ retirement payout highlights need for transparency; Time to find a solution for beach parking; Disasters reveal Horry County’s resilience, but will they show the community’s generosity?
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All Weekly Division13Harris Award for Editorial WritingSecondCoastal ObserverCharles SwensonAnother tragedy, but still no lifeguard; Coroner's race heads to court; Surprise vote left public in the dark
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All Weekly Division13Harris Award for Editorial WritingThirdThe Gaffney LedgerCody SossamonThat road should not have been paved; If we build it, will they come? Could be; This could have been prevented years ago
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All Daily Division14Opinion Page/SectionFirstThe Post and CourierStaff
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All Daily Division14Opinion Page/SectionSecondThe StateStaff
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All Daily Division14Opinion Page/SectionThirdHerald-JournalStaff
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All Weekly Division14Opinion Page/SectionFirstThe Summerville Journal SceneStaff
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All Weekly Division14Opinion Page/SectionSecondGeorgetown TimesMark A. Stevens, Jim Watkins, Robert Lamb, Pearce Godwin and Max Hrenda
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All Weekly Division14Opinion Page/SectionThirdThe News & ReporterStaff
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All Daily Division15Election/Political CoverageFirstThe StateStaff
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All Daily Division15Election/Political CoverageSecondMorning NewsStaff
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All Daily Division15Election/Political CoverageThirdThe Post and CourierStaff
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All Weekly Division15Election/Political CoverageFirstThe Lancaster NewsStaff
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All Weekly Division15Election/Political CoverageSecondThe Summerville Journal SceneStaff
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All Weekly Division15Election/Political CoverageThirdThe News & ReporterStaff
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All Daily Division16Review PortfolioFirstThe Post and CourierHanna Raskin5Church Charleston, Butcher & Bee, Lewis Barbecue
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All Daily Division16Review PortfolioSecondThe Greenville NewsPaul HydeWarehouse Theatre stages dynamite ‘Urinetown’; ‘Explorers Club’ a deliriously funny romp; GLOW stages vibrant, relevant Romeo et Juliette
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All Daily Division16Review PortfolioThirdThe Post and CourierBo Petersen
One Wild Bird at a Time’ captivates readers with descriptions of species; Eerie ‘Sweetland’ captivates; 3 thrillers: It’s all about the action
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All Weekly Division16Review PortfolioFirstGreenville JournalVincent HarrisJosh White: Greenville's Forgotten Blues Great; Ace Of Spades; Aoife O'Donovan's Magic Hour
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All Weekly Division16Review PortfolioSecondFree TimesJordan LawrenceFestival Recap: Indie Grits 2016; Live Review: Pearl Jam; Band of Horses' Why Are You OK
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All Weekly Division16Review PortfolioThirdFree TimesChris TrainorNew Netflix Series Stranger Things Lovingly Calls Back a Bygone Era; In Defense of Halloween III; Unflinching Documentary on Police Militarization Features Richland County
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Open Division17Series of Sports ArticlesFirstAiken Standard Spurs & FeathersAndy Demetra and Brian HandThe pursuit of happiness for Jake Williams
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Open Division17Series of Sports ArticlesSecondThe LinkLeighton BellCoach Johnny White steps down; Poole named head football coach
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Open Division17Series of Sports ArticlesThirdLexington County Chronicle & The Dispatch NewsThomas Grant Jr.Athletes of the Year
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All Daily Division18Health Beat ReportingFirstThe Post and CourierLauren Sausser
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All Daily Division18Health Beat ReportingSecondThe Greenville NewsLiv Osby
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All Daily Division18Health Beat ReportingThirdHerald-JournalAlyssa Mulliger
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All Weekly Division18Health Beat ReportingFirstGeorgetown TimesMark A. Stevens
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All Weekly Division18Health Beat ReportingSecondGeorgetown TimesClayton Stairs
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All Weekly Division18Health Beat ReportingThirdThe Summerville Journal SceneJenna-Ley Harrison
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All Daily Division19Faith Beat ReportingFirstThe Post and CourierJennifer Berry Hawes
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All Daily Division19Faith Beat ReportingSecondThe Island PacketDavid Lauderdale
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All Daily Division19Faith Beat ReportingThirdIndependent MailNikie Mayo
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All Weekly Division19Faith Beat ReportingFirstThe Union TimesCharles Warner
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All Weekly Division19Faith Beat ReportingSecondThe Lancaster NewsGreg Summers
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All Weekly Division19Faith Beat ReportingThirdThe Lancaster NewsMandy Catoe
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All Daily Division20Sports Beat ReportingFirstThe Post and CourierGrace RaynorRiverDogs
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All Daily Division20Sports Beat ReportingSecondThe Post and CourierDavid CaravielloUSC women's basketball beat
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All Daily Division20Sports Beat ReportingThirdThe Post and CourierAaron BrennerClemson football beat reporting
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All Weekly Division20Sports Beat ReportingFirstDaniel Island NewsPhil BowmanBishop England High School Sports
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All Weekly Division20Sports Beat ReportingSecondMarion Star & Mullins EnterpriseNaeem McFaddenMarion and Mullins High School Sports
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All Weekly Division20Sports Beat ReportingThirdGeorgetown TimesChris SokoloskiGeorgetown County Sports
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All Daily Division21News Headline WritingFirstThe Times and DemocratMartha Rose BrownOrangeburg is primary focus of Hillary, Bernie; Man accused of shaking private in public; Oar-deal over: Man facing row of charges
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All Daily Division21News Headline WritingSecondThe Island PacketSandra RossChanging the channel; Preparing to get into full swing; Nearing a final cut
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All Daily Division21News Headline WritingThirdThe Island PacketLisa WilsonExchange student makes a point - 2 points, really; Family pillow-making business is a feather in Beaufort's cap; Docking tall ship a tall order
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All Weekly Division21News Headline WritingFirstCarolina Forest ChronicleCharles D. PerryHere's your fine; And the litter runs through it; Raising sand over parking
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All Weekly Division21News Headline WritingSecondThe Clinton ChronicleLarry FranklinShh! City is hiring a secret lobbyist; We've run out of headlines for Dr. Joe's birthdays; 2015 will be remembered as the year tempers got as high as Clinton's electric bills
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All Weekly Division21News Headline WritingThirdMyrtle Beach HeraldTom O'DareRailroad transfer having bumpy ride; County trying to chase Bad Kitty away; What if they held an election and nobody won?
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All Daily Division22Feature Headline WritingFirstMorning NewsDon Kausler Jr.Hair today, gone tomorrow; Get out of here; Wade a minute
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All Daily Division22Feature Headline WritingSecondThe Post and CourierAngie Blackburn
Winter's jewels: Middleton Place celebrates exotic, showy camellias that boast historic roots from 1700s; Sunny side up: Solar panels are making more sense, but there are many considerations; Lichens go where no plants have gone before
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All Daily Division22Feature Headline WritingThirdThe Post and CourierBeth Harrison
Who’s poking around? Obsessed gamers flock to real landmarks in Pokemon craze; Don’t let Grinch steal it. Survey: 23 million Americans have had packages taken; Ocean creatures add an ‘ouch’ to summer: Sea nettles, stingrays deliver painful surprise at Lowcountry beaches
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All Weekly Division22Feature Headline WritingFirstGeorgetown TimesEileen KeithlyAll aboard! Georgetown native ‘rides the rails’ on a train he built himself; On your mark, get set, glow: Runners light up town for benefit 5K race; This little piggy went to town: Moe’s original Bar B Que to open Georgetown location
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All Weekly Division22Feature Headline WritingSecondThe Summerville Journal SceneMonica KreberSnake hyssssteria; Little kids in the big 'ville; The 'why' behind the Y
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All Weekly Division22Feature Headline WritingThirdThe Lancaster NewsBrian MeltonThe wide-eyed joy of a teen princess; A matrimonial moment in a family pawn shop; 74 weddings & 208 funerals
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