Central Oregon Community College student Kirsteen Wolf won first place out of three national finalists in the Reporter of the Year competition in the two-year college category by the Associated Collegiate Press, Oct. 29.
Wolf has served as editor-in-chief of the college’s student newspaper “The Broadside” since 2010.
The award recognizes individuals for outstanding writing and editorial leadership. Factors considered when selecting the finalists were significance and news worthiness of the stories, quality and depth of reporting and the quality of writing and editing.
Winners will receive cash prizes at the ACP’s convention in October.
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