Carmel Valley News writers win more awards

Carmel Valley News writers Joe Tash and Marsha Sutton recently won awards in the Society of Professional Journalists, San Diego Chapter, journalism contest. Tash won a second place award for a story published in this newspaper titled “Local residents help Zambians make a living through ‘Zambikes”; and Sutton won a third place award (honorable mention) for a story published in this newspaper titled “TPHS student convicted of drunk driving speaks out.” Both writers and this newspaper have won numerous journalism awards over the years, including several national “General Excellence” awards.

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Posted by Staff on Jul 15, 2011. Filed under Carmel Valley, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Comments for “Carmel Valley News writers win more awards”

  1. I'm so glad to see Marsha Sutton be recognized for her brilliant work. She is a powerful voice regarding education in our community.

  2. Ryan

    She degrades our schools and teachers…she should be fired not recognized!! What good has she done…name one thing that is good from what has come from her reports. She's an awful person.

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