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Along with winning first place for General Excellence, The Times staff also won individual accolades.

FILE - The Times won top honors in its circulation group in the 2022 Better Newspaper Contest.The Times of Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin & Sherwood received the prestigious General Excellence award in the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association's Better Newspaper Contest last Friday, July 29.

In circulation group E, The Times received first place in the category, which denotes the best overall newspaper of its size in Oregon. The runner-up was the Central Oregonian, one of The Times' sister newspapers in the Pamplin Media Group.

The Times was also awarded first place for Best Feature Story (General) for "The children we grieve," a story by Courtney Vaughn about how children who have died are memorialized through the work of artists in Beaverton and Portland.

Read the first-place story by Courtney Vaughn published Nov. 7, 2021.

Editor-in-Chief Mark Miller won third place for Best Editorial.

The work of Times reporters Kelcie Grega and Gabby Urenda was also recognized, with Grega additionally winning second place for Best Writing in The Times' circulation group.

Pamplin Community Heroes, which recognized the contributions of more than two dozen people from throughout the Portland area, the North Willamette Valley and Central Oregon, also received second place for Best Special Section or Issue.

This year's contest was judged by members of the Maine Press Association.

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