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From last week: CNPA awards announced

From last week: CNPA awards announced

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The Los Angeles Times is the General Excellence winner in the large dailies division in the CNPA 2020 California Journalism Awards Print Contest.
Good Times, Santa Cruz, is the winner in the large weeklies division.

In the Digital Contest, The Sacramento Bee is the General Excellence winner in the large publications division (400,001 & over Monthly Unique Visitors).

Other Print Contest General Excellence winners:

Dailies (15,001-50,000): The Bakersfield Californian
Dailies (15,000 & under): Santa Maria Times
Weeklies (11,001-25,000): San Francisco Business Times
Weeklies (4,301-11,000): Petaluma Argus-Courier
Weeklies (4,300 & under): Half Moon Bay Review

Other Digital Contest General Excellence winners:

Monthly Unique Visitors (100,001-400,000): The Sonoma Index-Tribune
Monthly Unique Visitors (100,000 & under): California Health Report, San Francisco 
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