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BRIGHTON — The employees of the Livingston Everyday Press & Argus won seven awards in the Michigan Press Association’s annual Far better Newspapers competitors.

The awards had been announced on the net this week.

In the Class C News Photo Everyday Newspaper Contest, photographer Gillis Benedict won very first spot with his entry, “Clerk in the Municipality of Genoa Poli Scholarus.”

Benedict also took very first spot in the photo story contest with his entry “Luke Brian Farm Tour in Fowlerville.”

Sportswriter Bill Kahn won very first spot in the Sports Function competitors with his story “Told No Extra Operating, Brighton Man Completes One more Boston Marathon.”

Kahn’s other very first-spot award was in the sports writing category with “Hartland freshman who wasn’t supposed to be on the ice secures state title with OT winner.”

In the Greatest Video Presentation competitors, Benedict placed second for “Farm Offers Fresh Meals for Delivery.” Kahn placed third in the very same category with his entry, “Heartland Wins Hockey Championship.”

Kahn also received honorable mention in Sports Writing with “Senior scores very first profession touchdown for Howell in football playoff loss to Grand Blanc.”

Class C division involves newspapers with circulations of five,001 to 11,000 copies. Applications for the competitors, from August 1, 2021 to July 29, 2022.

Members of the Colorado Press Association reviewed two,866 entries submitted by 89 Michigan newspapers/folks in eight newspaper divisions, such as day-to-day and weekly newspapers.

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