Herald wins 71 top press awards

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Herald wins 71 top press awards

Colorado associations recognize newsroom, advertising staffs' outstanding work
Looking south from Bakers Bridge, the Animas River flows toward Durango in this 30-second time-exposed photograph, which Multimedia Journalist Shaun Stanley won CAPER awards for continuing photo coverage and online special package. A mixture of moonlight and artificial light is reflected off the surface of the water and the canyon walls. See the entire special package online at: www.durangoherald.com/section/animasriver.
This photo of pilot Joe Silvestri, a member of the Durango Soaring Club, was part of a CAPER winning photo essay by Staff Photographer Steve Lewis.
Staff photographer Steve Lewis won a CAPER spot news photo award for this image of Durango Fire & Rescue Authority firefighter Lee Gillon, left, and firefighter/paramedic Tawny Schoep fighting a house fire at 335 Gulch Road in the Rafter J subdivision.
This Shaun Stanley photograph was part of Neighbors in Need, a series about poverty in La Plata County that won CAPER awards for photo coverage of a continuing story and series.
Jerry McBride won a CAPER photo essay award for a series of images showing the fire that claimed historic buildings and the Pride of the West saloon in Silverton.
Former Herald photographer Sarah Friedman won a CAPER sports award for this image of the Durango Roller Girls.
Jerry McBride’s photo illustration of spice, a synthetic marijuana, won a CAPER award.
Jerry McBride won in the CAPER portfolio category, which included this image of Gordon Galloway landing on top of Fort Lewis College basketball player Daniel Steffensen during an RMAC championship game.
Magazine Editor Karla Sluis and Graphic Designer Mitchell Carter won a CPA award for this magazine special.
Graphic Designer Jennifer Dickens’ automotive ad took away a CPA award.
Graphic Designer Tracy Willbanks’ circulation promo won a CPA award.

Herald wins 71 top press awards

Looking south from Bakers Bridge, the Animas River flows toward Durango in this 30-second time-exposed photograph, which Multimedia Journalist Shaun Stanley won CAPER awards for continuing photo coverage and online special package. A mixture of moonlight and artificial light is reflected off the surface of the water and the canyon walls. See the entire special package online at: www.durangoherald.com/section/animasriver.
This photo of pilot Joe Silvestri, a member of the Durango Soaring Club, was part of a CAPER winning photo essay by Staff Photographer Steve Lewis.
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Staff photographer Steve Lewis won a CAPER spot news photo award for this image of Durango Fire & Rescue Authority firefighter Lee Gillon, left, and firefighter/paramedic Tawny Schoep fighting a house fire at 335 Gulch Road in the Rafter J subdivision.
This Shaun Stanley photograph was part of Neighbors in Need, a series about poverty in La Plata County that won CAPER awards for photo coverage of a continuing story and series.
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Jerry McBride won a CAPER photo essay award for a series of images showing the fire that claimed historic buildings and the Pride of the West saloon in Silverton.
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Former Herald photographer Sarah Friedman won a CAPER sports award for this image of the Durango Roller Girls.
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Jerry McBride’s photo illustration of spice, a synthetic marijuana, won a CAPER award.
Jerry McBride won in the CAPER portfolio category, which included this image of Gordon Galloway landing on top of Fort Lewis College basketball player Daniel Steffensen during an RMAC championship game.
Magazine Editor Karla Sluis and Graphic Designer Mitchell Carter won a CPA award for this magazine special.
Graphic Designer Jennifer Dickens’ automotive ad took away a CPA award.
Graphic Designer Tracy Willbanks’ circulation promo won a CPA award.
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