2023 Better Newspaper Contest results announced

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Winners of the 2023 Missouri Press Association (MPA) Better Newspaper Contest were announced Saturday afternoon, Sept. 23, in St. Louis as the 157th Annual MPA Convention concluded.

CONTEST WINNERS and JUDGES COMMENTS can be downloaded from the links at the bottom of this email or found online at the Missouri Press Association website: http://mopress.com/better-newspaper/

Gold Cup winners
Weeklies: Maryville Forum — Class 1, Springfield Business Journal — Class 2, Tie: Washington Missourian and St. Louis American — Class 3
Dailies: Columbia Missourian — Class 1, Missouri Independent — Class 2, The Kansas City Star — Class 3

PHOTOS of contest winners will be available: If you attended the Awards Luncheon at the Convention Saturday, copies of unedited JPG photos with Acting MPA President Amos Bridges will be available via Dropbox here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/thvxrr3bbsvvolj/AABRvBKgLmWJjiEHZyCRbb3ta?dl=0

These photos will also be made available on Missouri Press Association’s Facebook Page and on the website.

Thank you,

Missouri Press Association

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Judges’ comments: https://mopress.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/2023-Judges-Comments.pdf

Results by newspaper: https://mopress.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/2023-BNC-Listing-by-Newspaper-for-PowerPoint.pdf

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2023 Missouri Newspaper Hall of Fame video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02r9SMKe6Js

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