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Daily Republic wins 15 Associated Press awards

The Daily Republic won six first-place awards and 15 awards overall in the Associated Press' 2015 Great Plains News and Photo Contest, it was announced Friday.

The Daily Republic won six first-place awards and 15 awards overall in the Associated Press' 2015 Great Plains News and Photo Contest, it was announced Friday.

The Daily Republic competed in the medium-size newspaper category. The contest was open to 40 Associated Press-member newspapers in three size categories in North dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska.

The following is a list of The Daily Republic's AP contest awards.

First Place

Photo Feature, Matt Gade, "Captured by the Germans."

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Photo Sports Action, Brooke Cersosimo, "Renner Tops Vermillion."

Enterprise, Chris Mueller, "Fighting fire with funds."

Sports Feature, Luke Hagen, "The queens of wrestling."

Spot Sports, Luke Hagen, "All-time wins leader retiring."

General News, Marcus Traxler, "Quick thinking foils robbery attempt."

Second Place

Photo Spot News, Matt Gade, "Fire destroys CHS building"

Photo Feature, Matt Gade, "Sunset silhouette"

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Spot Sports, Marcus Traxler, "Feeling blue: SDSU stunned by USD"

Personal Column, Candy DenOuden, "Celebrating Angry Young Women"

Third Place

Photo General News, Matt Gade, "A lesson in fire safety"

Photo Sports Action, Matt Gade, "Seahawks top Beavers"

Enterprise, Anna Jauhola, "Cross the line and you're safe"

Sports Column, Brooke Cersosimo, "Marchand was an 'inspiration to all of us'"

Feature, Anna Jauhola, "Woman fights for life against anorexia"

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