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Friday, June 19, 2015

City Weekly Journos Honored

Alt-weekly writers take first place in several categories, including Best Reporter

Posted By on June 19, 2015, 1:35 PM

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City Weekly journalists earned top honors at the Society of Professional Journalists Utah Headliners competition held June 18.

Last night's winners included:

click to enlarge City Weekly senior staff writer Stephen Dark
  • City Weekly senior staff writer Stephen Dark

Best Newspaper Reporter
1st Place
Stephen Dark

Stephen Dark earned the coveted Best Newspaper Reporter award for Division A papers (where he competed with reporters from The Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News). Dark also earned the award in 2009.

Personality Profile 

1st Place
Eric Peterson
for "Blood Brothers"


Review/Criticism
1st Place
Scott Renshaw
click to enlarge City Weekly staff writer Eric S. Peterson
  • City Weekly staff writer Eric S. Peterson

for "St. Vincent"


Arts & Entertainment
1st Place
Kolbie Stonehocker
for "Neon Trees"


Criminal Justice Reporting
2nd Place
Colby Frazier
for " Invisible Man"

click to enlarge City Weekly A&E editor Scott Renshaw
  • City Weekly A&E editor Scott Renshaw


Religion/Values Reporting
2nd Place
Kolbie Stonehocker, Stephen Dark
for "Death Becomes Her"


Opinion Column
2nd Place
Eric Peterson
for "Get in the Game"


Best Single Blog Post 

click to enlarge City Weekly staff writer Colby Frazier
  • City Weekly staff writer Colby Frazier

2nd Place
Colby Frazier, Colin Wolf
for "Anniversary of Spanish Fork Concert"


Personality Profile
3rd Place
Carolyn Campbell
for "Multiplicity


Congratulations to all the winners (at City Weekly as well as other media outlets). Journalism is not an easy profession, but it's vital to a free society. These are the folks who keep the flame alive, and we thank them.


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