Sooke News Mirror reporter Jim Sinclair accepts his first place trophy during the April 30 awards night for the BCYCNA Ma Murray Awards at the River Rock Theatre. Presenting the award is Catherine Peters from Telus

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  • May. 4, 2011 5:00 p.m.

Sooke News Mirror reporter Jim Sinclair accepts a first place kudo during the April 30 awards night for the BC and Yukon Community Newspapers Association at the River Rock Theatre in Richmond.Sinclair’s photo was judged Best Spot News Photo – circulation under 25,000. Making the presentation is Catherine Peters of Telus, sponsor of the award.

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