Del Mar Times writers win more journalism awards

Writers for the Carmel Valley News, Del Mar Times and Solana Beach Sun recently earned more journalism awards at the Society of Professional Journalists San Diego Professional Chapter contest. Reporter Joe Tash won first place and second place awards in the “Non-Deadline News Story” and “Multicultural Story” categories respectfully, and Arthur Lightbourn won a second place award in the “Feature Story” category. This newspaper and its writers have won numerous local, state and national journalism awards over the years, including three first place national “General Excellence” awards.

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