Professional - Division II

2014 Native Media Awards

ONLINE – No Entries

RADIO

Daily/Weekly - Division II

Best Feature Story – Radio

Gary Fife

Mvskoke Radio

Daily/Weekly - Division II

General Excellence – Radio

Gary Fife

Mvskoke Radio

TV

Daily/Weekly - Division II

Best Feature Story – TV

First Place

Jason Salsman

Native News Today

Arizona Diamondbacks team with Salt River

Second Place

Kyla McKown

Native News Today

Genealogy

Third Place

Darren Brown

Cheyenne and Arapaho TV

Indian Post Office Murals

Daily/Weekly - Division II

General Excellence – TV

First Place  

Cheyenne and Arapaho TV

Second Place

Native News Today

 PRINT - Division II

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best Sports Photo – Print

First Place  

Debra Croswell

Confederated Umatilla Journal

Second Baseman 

Second Place

Sterling Cosper

Muscogee Nation News

MCN citizens qualify for INFR

Third Place

David Micchaud

Native Sun News

LeBeau gathers his team during LNIC

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best Sports Story – Print

First Place  

Rosemary Stephens

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune

Former cheerleader lifts the bar

Second Place

Jill-Marie Gavin

Confederated Umatilla Journal

Shoni and Jude Schimmel: More than hoop stars 

Third Place

Darren DeLaune

Muscogee Nation News

Sixtown keeps tradition and culture alive through stickball

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best Editorial – Print

First Place  

Jill-Marie Gavin

Confederated Umatilla Journal

We should do what our elders would have expected from us

Second Place

Tim Giago

Native Sun News

When it comes to Wounded Knee the tribe should, “Stop, Look and Listen”

Third Place

Chuck Sams

Confederated Umatilla Journal

Common law, civil law, Creator's law

Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Semimonthly (combined) - Division II

Best Column – Print

First Place 

Brandon Ecoffey

Native Sun News

Getting clobbered by a six-year-old

Second Place

Darren DeLaune

Muscogee Nation News

One small greeting can light up a world

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best Feature Photo – Print

First Place  

Rosemary Stephens

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune

Christmas Surprise

Second Place

Sterling Cosper

Muscogee Nation News

MCN businesswoman helps Native artists thrive

Third Place

Jill-Marie Gavin

Confederated Umatilla Journal

Whitney Minthorn, Crow's Shadow prints

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best Feature Story – Print

First Place  

Rebecka Lyman

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune

Teen girl receives life through organ donation

Second Place

Rosemary Stephens

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune

Soldier says goodbye to military life as he pursues culinary career

TIE FOR THIRD PLACE

 Third Place

Rosemary Stephens

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune

Losing son takes father on journey of recovery

Third Place

Jill-Marie Gavin

Confederated Umatilla Journal

Living her own life

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best News Photo – Print

First Place  

Sterling Cosper

Muscogee Nation News

Over 200 Natives respond to call of 'cyber-drum' 

Second Place

Amanda Rutland

Muscogee Nation News

Groundbreaking held for $335 million River Spirit expansion

Third Place

Gary Fife

Muscogee Nation News

Head start teaches life skills

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best News Story – Print

First Place  

Sterling Cosper

Muscogee Nation News

Obama signs third reauthorization of VAWA

 Second Place

 Amanda Rutland

Muscogee Nation News

Newtown United Methodist recognized as historic landmark

Third Place

Rebecka Lyman

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune

Calumet school board members confronted with forged parent signatures for federal grant money

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

Best Layout – Print

First Place  

Seminole Tribune

Second Place

Lakota Country Times

Third Place

Muscogee Nation News

Monthly/Semimonthly - Division II

General Excellence – Print

First Place  

The Seminole Tribune

Second Place

Muscogee Nation News

Third Place

Lakota Country Times

 Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Semimonthly (combined) - Division II

Best Digital Publication – Print

Lakota Country Times