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Mirror duo wins awards

Campbell River Mirror editorial staffers Paul Rudan and Alistair Taylor came away from last weekend’s British Columbia and Yukon Community Newspapers Association gala with two Ma Murray Awards.

Rudan earned a silver Feature Photograph - Colour award for his picture of Phillips River chinook fry and Taylor earned a bronze Outdoor Recreation Writing award for his story on youths escaping a tree hazard while tubing the Campbell River.

Meanwhile, Mirror freelancer and Campbell River resident Brian Kieran was a gold winner for his column published in Victoria’s Monday Magazine.

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