Student Journalists Win Top Honors

Brian Heissenbuttel, Managing Editor

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On Thursday, Oct. 9 at Colorado State University, the AHS student journalism staffs convened at the Colorado High School Press Association’s annual Journalism Day. CHSPA gave out awards for last year’s work and the work that they have done so far this year. The Calumet yearbook, Arapahoe Herald newspaper, and the Spear broadcast team all won the All-Colorado award, the highest possible award given by CHSPA, for their work in the 2013-14 school year. Arapahoe is the only school in Colorado to have earned All-Colorado in all three categories. The new ArapahoeXtra.com website  won second place in the Best of Show contest for the content published in the current school year.

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