The Lawrence Times news team on Thursday announced two prestigious new awards and an honorable mention recognizing the publication’s community journalism and investigative prowess.
Maya Hodison, equity reporter, has been named engagement director for The Lawrence Times. She’ll work to advance one of the most important tenets of our mission: connecting closely with our community.
Our news team is thrilled to announce that after just our first year publishing, The Lawrence Times has been selected for four Awards of Excellence from the Kansas Press Association.
We want to hear it straight from our readers: How can we best serve you and the Lawrence community?
“We have so much reason to celebrate today. It gives me such great, heartwarming joy to look at all of the faces in this image — all of these people we’ve had the privilege of featuring in one way or another over the past year since we began publishing,” Mackenzie Clark, Lawrence Times reporter/founder, writes.
On behalf of all of us at The Lawrence Times, I’m excited to announce our news team, our equity beat and more as we charge into 2022.
The Lawrence Times — a young but rapidly growing startup online publication covering Lawrence and Douglas County, Kansas — is looking for journalists to join our team, help us tell this community’s stories, and revolutionize local news.
The Lawrence Times has published an interactive statistics dashboard for COVID-19 cases, vaccinations and more in Lawrence and Douglas County.
Despite pouring rain for most of Saturday, dozens of community members stopped by The Lawrence Times’ party at South Park. Kerry Altenbernd spoke on abolitionist John Brown, among other attractions.
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