This award might not have any more intrinsic value than a gold sticker from a beleaguered teacher struggling with depression.
However . . . Today the newspaper put the note on blast which compliments their journalism (lulz) that actually reads more like a diary of a struggling tabloid . . .
The Kansas City Star has won the award for best political coverage in the prestigious National Headliner Awards.
Said the judges: “When a reporter solidly ‘goes deep’ on a politician, you just do not expect the lede to recount something the politician did as a 15-year-old or the presentation to include a photo of him with fellow students in middle school.
“But reporters at the Kansas City Star did just that in their fascinating backgrounding on Sen. Josh Hawley, writing that ‘the junior senator from Missouri is the face of the failed effort to overturn the 2020 election.’ A great read with fantastic depth.”
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The Kansas City Star has won the award for best political coverage in the prestigious National Headliner Awards. Reporters Jonathan Shorman, Bryan Lowry and Eric Adler won for "Political Upheaval in the Heartland," a selection of stories on U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri in the wake of the Jan.