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At the Florida Press Association's Better Weekly Newspaper awards last week in Daytona Beach, Orlando Weekly took home 11 prizes in the over-15,000 circulation category, including six first-place awards for best humorous column (Liz Langley's Juice) and best serious column (Al Krulick's Real Politics), as well as best sports story, outdoor writing, special issue and website development. (See for a complete list of winners.)

The honors follow a first-place investigative-reporting award given by the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies ( to staff reporter William Dean Hinton.

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