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Awards

  • 2008 - Page One Contest/Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists, published July 25, 2007

    "Trials & Stribulations"

  • 2008 - Page One Contest/Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists, published April 18, 2007

    "Newspaper War"

  • 2006 - Investigative Reporters and Editors, published July 20, 2005

    "The Hit Parade Revisited"

2000 Stories by Paul Demko

Archives: 2000 | 1999 | 1998
  • The Sweet Taste of Justice

    published May 18, 2000

    There are two ways of looking at David Gorman's 11-year legal pursuit of Big Sugar. The 53-year-old North Palm Beach attorney is either a noble... More >>

  • The Unforgiven

    published May 4, 2000

    On April 11 of last year, at around two in the afternoon, a prison guard arrived unexpectedly at Bryant Troville's cell, at the Cross City... More >>

  • If the Suit Fits, File It

    published April 6, 2000

    Alan Adaschik is waging a battle on behalf of you, the American citizen. All 274 million of you, roughly speaking. A battle, in essence, against... More >>

  • Declarations of Independents

    published March 30, 2000

    Drive west! To a place where roads are made of dirt and plots of land stretch for ten acres. To a place where animals outnumber people and... More >>

  • That's Condo-tainment!

    published March 2, 2000

    Later this month the renowned Hollywood actor and standup comic Noriyuki "Pat" Morita will take the stage in Weston. About 500 people will pay... More >>

  • No More Mr. Mean Guy

    published February 17, 2000

    Ron Gunzburger has in his hands a smoldering news tip. The editor, publisher, and sole writer of the More >>

  • You Call This the Riviera?

    published February 10, 2000

    The Sweet Head II's final resting place is in the Lake Worth lagoon. After six decades of service, the 48-foot motorboat of indeterminate... More >>

  • High-Volume Complaints

    published January 6, 2000

    At 3:24 a.m. the Howler makes his presence known. Out of the early December morning darkness, a nasal and unintelligible sound rises in pitch to a... More >>

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