The Mountaineer awarded 10 NC Press awards
Pardon the humblebrag that is about to follow. Bringing you, our readers, the news on a daily basis online and a three times weekly in print is a sometimes grueling, yet endlessly fascinating and satisfying process. So, once a year, indulge us as we deliver to you our successes.
We feel fortunate to have been honored with a total of 10 awards last week at the annual gathering of the North Carolina Press Association.
This year The Mountaineer was awarded three editorial awards and seven advertising awards.
2nd Place - Faith & Religion Reporting, Rachel Robles
2nd Place - Investigative Reporting, Allison Richmond
for our coverage of The Brian Center Sexual Assault cases (multiple stories)
3rd Place - Investigative Reporting, Allison Richmond
for Misplaced Trust
1st Place - Best Food Ad, Tristan Collins & Jennifer Allen
2nd Place - Best Color Institutional Ad, Matthew Perusi & Jennifer Allen
2nd Place - Best Motor Vehicle Ad, Matthew Tucker & Lauren Wood
2nd Place - Best Apparel, Jewelry & Accessories Ad, Matthew Tucker & Lori Gilbert
3rd Place - Best Use of Color, Tristan Collins & Jennifer Allen
3rd Place - Best Home Furnishing / Appliances Ad, Tristan Collins & Lauren Wood
3rd Place - Best Apparel, Jewelry & Accessories Ad, Matthew Tucker & Lori Gilbert
For over 100 years The Mountaineer has served Haywood County, bringing you comprehensive coverage of local news, events, sports and in-depth looks at the issues this county is facing. We are honored to be your hometown paper.