National Journalism Award

May 16, 2012 


    A video tribute of editorial writer Jamie Lucke's work on coal which won this year's National Journalism Award: The video

These editorials about energy, the environment and Kentucky politics published in 2011 won the Scripps Howard Foundation's Walker Stone Award for editorial writing.

Strip-mining would destroy historic towns Published Jan. 23

Standing up to King Coal; Protesters deserve to be heard Published Feb. 15

State leaders ignore energy efficiency Published Feb. 27

Future forgotten in Chandler's bow to coal Published April 14

What is the future for E.Ky. region? Published May 15

Climate connection: Fossil fuels are fueling our severe weather Published May 29

County bullying Lynch: Coal questioned: tax funds denied Published June 26

State working against citizens, for coal Published Aug. 9

EPA visit to coal areas appreciated Published Aug. 23

What's next after the coal's gone? Published Oct. 2

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