The Sentinel newsroom celebrated a weekend of awards and honors at the 2019 Pennsylvania Press Conference with six staffers earning honors and the newsroom winning the Sweepstakes honor as the overall winner in Division IV for multiday publications under 15,000 circulation.
“This is a staff that works hard every day to deliver valuable news to our audience,” Sentinel Executive Editor Jeff Pratt said. “These awards celebrate their effort and their ability to produce content across so many different platforms, so many different story forms.
“It was nice to see the wide variety of projects, both in print and online, that earned honors. We take pride in what we do as a newsroom, what each reporter does with their stories and what role we play in this community.”
Members of the Sentinel staff were named finalists in eight categories for the 2018 Pennsylvania Associated Press Media Editors contest, and earned first-place awards in all eight categories.
PAPME announced the awards Friday night in Harrisburg.
Photographer Jason Malmont took first and second place for Best Sports Photo for “Exciting Win” and “Hard Loss.”
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Sentinel reporter Zack Hoopes placed first in the Best General News Reporting for “The fight to save McCormick Farm.”
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For Best Enterprise Reporting, Sentinel reporter Joseph Cress placed first for his package of stories on the Carlisle Indian School legacy.
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Former Sentinel reporter Joshua Vaughn placed first in three categories: Best Investigative Reporting with “Five finger discount,” Best Illustration or Graphic for his work on “Gun Data: Handgun waiting periods and suicide” and Best Short Video category for “Billy Owens returns.”
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Sports Editor Jacob Adams also placed first in two categories: Best Special Section for “Celebrating Carlisle’s 4 straight state titles 30 years down the road” and in Best Feature Story for “All Hail Abigail.”
Sentinel staff members picked up 10 awards in the 2019 Professional Keystone Press Awards Saturday night in Harrisburg.
Sentinel staffers and former staffers picking up first-place awards were:
- Special Project: Sports Editor Jake Adams — “#Carlisle88: Celebrating Carlisle’s 4 straight state titles 30 years down the road”
- Photo Story/Essay: Former Public Safety Reporter Joshua Vaughn — “Aging into Crime” photo essay
- Personality Profile: Former Public Safety Reporter Joshua Vaughn — “He is Merced”
- Feature Beat Reporting: Education/History Reporter Joseph Cress — History beat
- Sports Photo: Multimedia/Photo Editor Jason Malmont — “Thrilling Win”
- Graphic/Photo Illustration: Former Public Safety Reporter Joshua Vaughn — “Gun data”
Sentinel staffers and former staffers picking up second-place awards were:
- Breaking News: Reporter Zack Hoopes, former Chief Photographer Mike Bupp — “One person dead after shooting in Carlisle”
- Series: Carlisle Reporter Tammie Gitt — “Homelessness in Carlisle”
- Sports Beat Reporting: Sports Editor Jacob Adams — High school basketball
- Feature Photo: Multimedia/Photo Editor Jason Malmont — “Victory Cry”