Mirror wins national ‘best paper’ contest
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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