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Check out the 13 trophies we brought home from the Society of Professional Journalists contest.

Earlier this week, we posted a blog about all the hardware we brought home at the recent Northwest Excellence in Journalism Competition, presented by the Society of Professional Journalists.

Here are links to the winners:

FIRST PLACE

Wasteland
Spokane native Todd Carmichael and the Pig race against time frostbite and insanity. Jacob H. Fries

Child's Gambit
At the Elementary Chess Championships guileless children became ruthless competitors. Luke Baumgarten

Practical Jokes
On the eve of his biggest performance ever, Dan Cummins has learned nothing so much as this: It's complicated being funny. Luke Baumgarten

An Art History of Violence
Meditations on art's oldest obsession. Luke Baumgarten

Saving Salish
Salish isn't just a language. It's a bridge between generations. And for the Kalispel, it's dangerously close to being lost forever. Kevin Taylor

A Delicate Proposition
Envision Spokane's Prop 4 could either revolutionize Spokane or destroy it. Depends who you ask. Kevin Taylor

SECOND PLACE

Put Your Finger On It
For 20 years Bruce Bodden has been playing the flute part in Dvorak's Eighth Symphony. He's still searching for perfection. Michael Bowen

Misdiagnosed
Why Spokane's infamously high MS rates may be nothing more than a self-fulfilling myth. Nicholas Deshais

THIRD PLACE

Great White
The giant Palouse earthworm can't be found — yet it's dividing the Palouse. Leah Sottile

State of Debate
Former debaters and current coaches lament the state of high school debate in the Spokane area. Feel free to argue. Daniel Walters

* Our art director, Chris Bovey, also took home three awards for graphics and page design.

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