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EastIdahoNews.com wins 11 Idaho Press Club awards

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Courtesy Idaho Falls Press Club

IDAHO FALLS — The winners of the 2020 Idaho Press Club Awards were announced Saturday, and EastIdahoNews.com brought home 11 awards, including four first place rankings.

The following is list of the awards winners:

First Place Rankings:

Health/Medical Report (Daily Print): Brittni Johnson for “How east Idahoans handled a pandemic a century ago.”
General TV News Report (Division B): Nate Eaton for “Saving Clifford the big white dog
Serious TV Feature Report (Division B): Nate Eaton for “Honoring the forgotten dead
Best Online-Only Video (Online): Nate Eaton for “Two pivotal months in the Daybell investigation

Second Place Rankings:

Spot TV News Report (Division B): Nate Eaton and Eric Grossarth for “Finding the Daybells in Hawaii
Crime/Court TV Report (Division B): Nate Eaton and Eric Grossarth for “Inside the FBI Forensic Lab
Special Purpose Website (Online): Nate Eaton, Nate Sunderland, Eric Grossarth for “Where are JJ and Tylee?

Third Place Rankings:

Religion Report (Daily Print): Nate Sunderland for “A look at the religious circle surrounding Chad and Lori Daybell
Rookie of the Year (Daily Print): Eric Grossarth
Crime/Court TV Report (Division B): Eric Grossarth for “Pocatello girls disappear
Website General Excellence (Online): Nate Eaton, Nate Sunderland, Rett Nelson, Eric Grossarth and Brittni Johnson

In addition to EastIdahoNews.com, three other eastern Idaho news organizations received awards — the Idaho Falls Post Register, Idaho State Journal in Pocatello and KBYI Radio in Rexburg.

Several university students at the BYU-Idaho Scroll in Rexburg, and at KISU FM in Pocatello were also honored this year.

For a complete list of the 2020 Idaho Press Club Awards click here.

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