– 2017 Wyoming Press Association Pacemaker Award – Small weeklies FIRST PLACE – In-Depth Reporting – Kemmerer Gazette, “D.J. Harrison murder trial coverage,” Theresa Davis, Michelle Tibbetts, Lia Martin, Joy Ufford — “Lots of good background information and followed the case all along the way.”
– 2017 Wyoming Press Association Pacemaker Award – Small weeklies SECOND PLACE – General News Story – Kemmerer Gazette, “Residents recognized for helping with murder case,” Theresa Davis — The fact that this article ran next to the sentencing of the individual apprehended was a great layout move. The article itself gave enough detail about the crime, but focused on the real event which was the awarding of the citizens. Great job!
– 2016 Utah Society of Professional Journalists – Theresa Davis- 1st Place – Best Multimedia Journalist for a Non-daily newspaper
– Utah Press Association – Best General News Story: “Bears Ears National Monument proposal creates tensions in Utah” by Theresa Davis
– 2017 National Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contest – First Place – Story-Series: Best Environmental Story – Daily & Non-daily Division, circ. 9,000 or more – “This feature was very well-done and researched. The reporter did an outstanding job of looking at issues that might not be considered in a national monument designation.”
– Associated Press of Utah-Idaho-Spokane – 3rd Place – Theresa Davis – Best News Story