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Awards Season 

The accolades the Inlander earned this year from regional and national journalism groups

Journalists work for readers, not the awards, but it's still nice to get a pat on the back from time to time. This year, competing against weeklies in the region and across the country, Inlander writers took home honors for stories in several categories, including health, sports, business and economic inequality reporting. The paper also placed in cover design and editorial layout. Check out all the details below; you can also revisit these stories at Inlander.com.

From the Association of Alternative Newsmedia

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First Place, Economic Inequality Reporting: Deanna Pan, for a series of stories, including one covering cuts to food assistance ("Down to the Dollar," 11/7/13).

Third Place, Long-Form News Story: Daniel Walters, for his cover story ("It Gets Worse," 4/11/13) examining school bullying in the Internet era.

Third place, Cover Design: Chris Bovey, for his innovative illustrations, including one (8/11/13) depicting the disappearing populations of bees.

Third place, Editorial Layout: Chris Bovey, for the design of our Volume Music Festival Guide (5/23/13).

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From the Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10

First Place, Health Reporting: Heidi Groover, for her cover story about organ donation and the gifts of a young girl ("17 Lives," 3/28/13).

Second Place, Business Reporting: Daniel Walters, for his cover story about the growing aerospace sector in the Inland Northwest ("Turbulence Ahead," 12/5/13).

Third Place, Sports Reporting: Mike Bookey, for his cover story about the Gonzaga men's basketball team ("America's Team," 3/7/13).

Third Place, Editorial & Commentary: Ted S. McGregor, for a series of columns, including one on the legacy of Tom Foley ("The Old School," 10/31/13). ♦

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