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Missouri Press Association second vice president Trevor Vernon (left) presents the Republic-Monitor staff, represented by managing editor Robert Cox (second from left), reporters Heather C. Wentz and Justin Hotop, and lead designer Stephanie Vandeven (right) with 12 awards they won in the 2017 Better Newspaper Contest. The Republic-Monitor staff was presented with 12 awards Saturday during the Missouri Press Association’s 152nd annual convention. The awards recognized excellence in several different categories fo the group’s annual Better Newspaper Contest and included four first-place plaques and a complete category sweep. “This year’s convention was one of the best I have attended,” said Republic-Monitor publisher Beth Durreman. “I couldn’t be prouder of our staff, but it’s not just because of the 12 awards, it’s mostly because of the work they do everyday for our community. Whether it be reporting on issues of our local government and schools or putting together photo pages from events, to typing up birth announcements and obituaries, our staff puts together a true representation of our community twice a week.” Managing editor Robert Cox was awarded first-place plaques in both the Best Houmous Column and Best Serious Column categories, leaving him a little perplexed. “I’m not sure how I feel about this,” Cox said. “I’m extremely happy to win, but now I’ve gone and set a high bar for myself.” “If you have had the opportunity to spend time with Robert you might just know how funny he can be when telling a story and how serious he can be when discussing important issues,” Durreman said. Our news staff swept the Special Section category winning First, Second and Third place. Special Sections are a true representation of how all departments in the paper work together. That is what I admire about our team, how well we do work together to make sure the finished product is one that we can all be proud of.It was a bitter sweet for the staff on Saturday, because Heather Cook, now Wentz also joined us to share in the celebration of being honored for the newsrooms hard work.
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He became city editor, assistant to the publisher and then vice-president of The World-Herald. In 1979 he became executive editor and later assumed the title of editor. The World-Herald was then an employee-owned newspaper and at times was ranked No. 1 nationally among large circulation dailies in percentage of households that bought the paper in its primary market. Howe pushed for public-policy coverage as well as for extensive coverage of sports and other news. “He cared deeply about the mission of the newspaper,” Beermann said. “Woody really impressed on people the importance of a major daily newspaper and what it meant to the citizens of the state.” In 1968, he married Anda Grinbergs, a native of Latvia whose family had come to America as refugees and eventually settled in Lincoln. The couple, who divorced years later, raised two children. Evan Howe, of Bozeman, Montana, became a mountain climber and is a physician assistant. Marisa Howe works for a renewable energy laboratory in Golden, Colorado.
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He denied the charges. Enis Berberoglu, the first lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) to be jailed amid government purges following a failed military coup in 2016, reacts as he is flanked by his wife Oya (R) and his daughter Dilara after being released from the prison in Silivri near Istanbul, Turkey, September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Huseyin Aldemir In a retrial in February, Berberoglu’s jail sentence was cut to five years and 10 months in jail. In Turkey’s snap parliamentary election in June, Berberoglu was re-elected to parliament from behind bars. Turkey’s court of appeals ruled on Thursday that Berberoglu’s sentence should be suspended and it freed him for the remainder of his term as a CHP lawmaker, Anadolu said. The court of appeals was not immediately available for comment. The opposition Cumhuriyet daily published its original report about the alleged weapons shipment to Syria based on a video that allegedly came from Berberoglu. Two of the newspaper’s journalists, Can Dundar and Erdem Gul, were sentenced to at least five years in jail over the report, but were later released pending an appeal process. Dundar, who for critics of President Tayyip Erdogan’s post-coup security clampdown has become a symbol of press freedom, has since left Turkey and is now being tried in absentia. Gul remains in the country and free while his appeal is in process. More than 50,000 people have been detained and more than 150,000 have been sacked or suspended from their jobs since the abortive coup in July 2016.