News-Sentinel, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - October 25, 1993
Author: FROM STAFF REPORTS
First-place awards in feature writing, feature series and deadline sports reporting were among the six awards won by The News-Sentinel Saturday in the Associated Press Managing Editors contest.
Competing in Division 1 for newspapers with circulations of more than 50,000, Tanya Isch Caylor won first place in feature writing for "Fed By The Spirit."
The story was about the ministry of Jerry and Sandy Thorn Clark.
Tanya Isch Caylor and Bob Caylor won first place in features series for " Hephzibah House ." The stories were about allegations of physical and emotional abuse at a Baptist school for girls in Winona Lake.
Blake Sebring, Steve Warden and Monica Denney won first place in deadline sports reporting for "SWEEP Komets Take Turner Cup."
Also, Kevin Leininger won third place in editorial writing for "Legislature Can Help Prevent 'Bad' Verdicts," "Cancer Patients Victimized By Disease And By Politics," and "Don't Make Excuses For Failure To Teach Essentials"
Cindy Jones-Hulfachor won third place for best use of graphics for "The Federal Deficit"
And The News-Sentinel won second place for best Page One make-up for three of its editions, July 15, 1992, Jan. 18 and May 22.
Also, the Journal-Gazette won a second-place award for best feature series. John Ketzenberger, Pat Randle, Jay Margolis, Brian Howey, Sue Daniels, Glenn Hall and Rob Ziegler won for "A Decade Without Harvester."