Central Times Staffs Represent Well in KYJTA Best of Kentucky Awards, WKU Mark of Excellence Contest


Susan Sherrard

The 2021-2022 Central Times staff was rated Excellent for Online Coverage in the 2022 KYJTA Best of Kentucky Awards. Pictured are staff members Lilly Keith, Natalie Williams, Kenzie Stambaugh, Claire Prater, Justin Burrous, Maggie Phelps, Alesis Ruley, Lauren Powell, Azra Emeksiz, Shelby Logsdon, Grace Atherton, and Eli Thompson. Not pictured, Grant Avis.

Your student journalists for the 2021-2022 school year worked hard to publish content that mattered to their readers. Their work has been rewarded, among hundreds of entries from across the state, in the 2022 KYJTA (Kentucky Journalism Teachers Association) Best of Kentucky Awards, as well as Western Kentucky University’s Mark of Excellence Contest. In the KYJTA’s contest, students were rated Superior, Excellent, and Honorable Mention. In WKU’s contest, students received 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards.