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KSTK wins at annual Press Club Awards

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KSTK brought home top honors from the 2014 Alaska Press Club Awards. Shady Grove Oliver won 1st place in radio features for reporting on a Tlingit language and culture camp.

Gunalchéesh and thank you to everyone who made this story possible.

Congrats to the Petersburg Pilot, partner newspaper of the Wrangell Sentinel, for bringing home awards in the print and photography categories.

See the full list of winners.

Best Feature – Radio

First Place: Shady Grove Oliver, Searching for a name, finding an identity

“This story draws the listener in right away. It has mystery and strong characters along with historical context.   The delivery is excellent.” –Susanna Capelouto, CNN International, judge

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