List of 2013 Minnesota AP Broadcast Award winners

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2013 Minnesota Associated Press Broadcasters Award winners


LONE RANGER AWARD - Wendy Wilde, KTOE-AM Mankato

Radio Class 1 (stations with one or no fulltime newspeople)

Spot/Hard News

First - KVSC, St. Cloud, “Simulated Terrorist Attack to Happen on SCSU Campus,” by Justus Sanchez

Honorable Mention - KVSC, “Tobacco Free Barden Park Discussion,” by Amelia Rowland


First - KVSC, “St. Cloud Art Crawl to Have Homeless Art Exhibit,” by Justus Sanchez

Honorable Mention - KVSC, “SCSU Choirs to Host Choral Connections Concert,” by John Peterson; KVSC, “Movember Movement to be Recognized on SCSU Campus,” by John Peterson.


First - KBRF, Fergus Falls, “Depression and Suicide Awareness,” by Myla Daniels, Aaron Michaels, Lina Belar, Greg Brady

Honorable Mention - KVSC, “Stearns History Museum Announces Partnership with Smithsonian Institution,” by Steve Coursolle; KVSC, “SCSU Science Express Introduces Kids to Sound,” by Steve Coursolle


First - KVSC, “Camphill Village,” by Jeff Carmack

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