GPA awards

The Walton Tribune and The Covington News have been awarded first place in General Excellence in their respective divisions of the Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. Pictured left to right with the awards are Covington Publisher Taylor Beck, owner of both papers Patrick Graham and Monroe Advertising Director Madison Graham Crews.

For the sixth consecutive year, The Walton Tribune has been judged as the best newspaper in its division by the Georgia Press Association.

The Tribune, owned by Patrick Graham, placed in a total of 37 entrants including first in the coveted General Excellence Category. The Covington News, a sister paper to The Tribune also owned by Graham, placed first in General Excellence in its division for the first time in several years.

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Which of those awards is for abandoning all pretense of objective journalism regarding the Rivian plant and the JDA? Or is that a cumulative thing?

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