Year in review: Edmonton Journal reporters' favourite stories of 2012

 

 
 
 
 
Edmonton Journal building, March 2012
 

Edmonton Journal building, March 2012

Photograph by: Edmonton Journal file, edmontonjournal.com

Edmonton Journal reporters have picked the favourite stores they wrote in 2012. Read why they chose them and read the stories.

Amanda Ash, Style / Life writer - The art of self-discovery

Dan Barnes, Business Editor - Highway 63 series about more than a death toll

Dave Cooper, Business writer - Bitumen refinery an Alberta milestone

Ryan Cormier, Legal Affairs writer - A soldier, through and through

Evan Daum, Sports writer - A personal story where least expected

Liane Faulder, Food writer - Breaking bread together before the work begins

Keith Gerein, Provincial Affairs writer - Grassroots protest at community garden

Marta Gold, Style / Life writer - A Prairie doctor’s spin as a romance novelist

Fish Griwkowsky,  Arts writer - Janvier a highlight in year of arts riches

Jamie Hall, Arts writer - Bodies of work and their stories

Mariam Ibrahim, Crime writer - Bearing witness to a town’s rebirth

Joanne Ireland, Hockey writer - Joey Moss, the heart of the Oilers

Gordon Kent, Civic Affairs writer - Bus passengers complain of bumpy rides

Karen Kleiss, Provincial Affairs writer - The unpredictability of politics

Marty Klinkenberg, Northern Development writer - A night in the trenches

Gary Lamphier, Business columnist - Success story mirrors story of Canada

John MacKinnon, Sports columnist - Swimmer embodies spirit of sport

Bill Mah, Business writer - Loss of a land-locked landmark

Jim Matheson, Hockey writer - Far from the NHL, real hockey still enthralls

Rick McConnell, Assistant Editor - Particle physicist rocks Higgs boson

Liz Nicholls, Theatre writer - Tripping the stage lights fantastic

Sarah O'Donnell, Provincial Affairs writer - Meat recall offered reporter food for thought

Chris O'Leary, Football writer -  Poor Ricky Ray trade haunts Eskimos in the end

Sheila Pratt, Social Trends writer - Auschwitz survivor teaches invaluable lesson

Jana G. Pruden, Crime writer -  Return to Slave Lake

Andrea Sands, City writer - Memories roll in over marbles story

Paula Simons, Columnist - Mysteries in manuscripts

Jodie Sinnema, City writer - Dying with dignity

Sandra Sperounes, Music writer - Flying high with Iron Maiden

David Staples, Columnist - A teacher who dared to fail students

Curtis Stock, Golf writer - Odds were seriously against this golfing feat

Elise Stolte, Urban Affairs writer - New perspective on a river of delight

Graham Thomson, Provincial Affairs columnist - Lougheed lay in state beneath two beloved flags

Elizabeth Withey, Arts/Parenting columnist - Friendship is a poetic ending

Brent Wittmeier, City writer -  A cop, a baby, and a night to remember

Chris Zdeb, Health/Life/Fitness writer - Unexpected bonus from sleep series


 

 
 
 
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Edmonton Journal building, March 2012
 

Edmonton Journal building, March 2012

Photograph by: Edmonton Journal file, edmontonjournal.com

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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