Archive for Wednesday, February 14, 2001

Mirror wins national ‘best paper’ contest

February 14, 2001

The Mirror has won first place in its circulation category in Inland Press Foundation's annual "Nation's Best Non-Daily" newspaper competition.

The Mirror placed first among newspapers with circulation of 5,000 and less. The award will be presented March 2 at Inland Press Foundation's Weekly Newspaper Conference in Phoenix.

"I can't tell you how proud I am of everyone who works each week to produce The Mirror," said Caroline Trowbridge, editor and publisher. "Each member of this staff is committed to excellence, and winning this award is a testament to that. They work hard each week to ensure that our readers receive the best newspaper possible."

The Mirror entered three editions two chosen by contest judges and a third selected by the newspaper staff.

The contest judges centered on the quality of writing, story selection, design and presentation, and community focus.

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