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Accolades for Campbell River Mirror staff

Campbell River Mirror staffers have been nominated for two awards in the prestigious Ma Murray Awards presented by the B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Association.

Mirror News Editor Paul Rudan has been nominated for Best Colour Feature Photo for his dramatic picture of Philips River chinook fry and Managing Editor Alistair Taylor has been nominated for the Outdoor Recreation Writing Award for his articles on youths escaping death in an incident on the Campbell River.

The awards will be decided April 14 at a ceremony in Richmond’s River Rock Casino. This is the Ma Murray Community Newspaper Awards 90th years. They recognize all aspects of the newspaper industry, including reporting, advertising and photography.

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