The Montana Standard

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The Montana Standard
TypeDaily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Lee Enterprises
PublisherAnita Fasbender
EditorDavid McCumber
Founded1928
LanguageEnglish
Headquarters25 W. Granite St.
Butte, MT 59701
United States
Circulation 14,740 copies
Website mtstandard.com

The Montana Standard is a Lee Enterprises daily newspaper and website in Butte, Montana.

Lee Enterprises

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Butte, Montana Consolidated city-county in Montana, United States

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In 1971 under the leadership of Betty Danfield the paper's women's section won the Penney-Missouri Award for General Excellence. [1]

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The Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Awards were first awarded in 1960 as the Penney-Missouri Awards to recognize women's pages that covered topics other than society, club, and fashion news, and that also covered such topics as lifestyle and consumer affairs. The Penney-Missouri Awards were often described as the "Pulitzer Prize of feature writing". They were the only nationwide recognition specifically for women's page journalists, at a time when few women had other opportunities to write or edit for newspapers.

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References

  1. "Penney-Missouri Honors to Women's Pages". The Kansas City Times. December 25, 1971. Retrieved 30 December 2018.