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Dear Hardy,

Kudos from the Mayor!

I recently heard that you were recognized as the Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executive of the Year by the California Press Association for your outstanding editorial and journalist efforts for your newspaper.

A local newspaper being recognized for exceptional editorial achievements is noteworthy and a testament to your commitment to public access and the right of people to have accurate and relevant information that has real impacts on the community.

Congratulations on your achievement!

Ronald O. Loveridge
Mayor, City of Riverside

Dear Mr. Brown,

I was delighted to hear that you received the Justus F. Craemer California Newspaper Executive of the Year Award. I can’t think a more worthy recipient. I think the award not only brings honor to you and The Black Voice News, but to the city and county of Riverside.

This campus treasures its close association with a paper and its personnel that share our dedication to advancing access to higher education, and promoting a just and inclusive society. Your pursuit of excellence in journalism, improved educational opportunities for our youth and service to the community have brought you respect and recognition. I look forward to our continued association in these areas.

Congratulations on the award.

Timothy P. White
Chancellor, University of California, Riverside

Dear Hardy,

Congratulations on receiving the Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executive of the Year Award! Well deserved!

Your editorials are not only well written, but you do not hesitate to address any community issue. Our community needs you.

Doug Rowand
United Way

Dear Mr. Brown,

All of us at Allen’s send our congratulations on your receiving the California Press Association Executive of the Year award. The committee could not have made a better choice.

Your attendance and talk were the highlight of the meeting.

I believe the independent newspapers hold the key to the future of the industry.

The Black Voice News stands out in a class of newspapers that is not easily matched.

Normally Riverside papers are read by our Los Angeles office. After meeting Cheryl last year I had the newspaper sent here to San Francisco so that selfishly I can read it also.

John N. McCombs
General Manager, Allen’s Press Clipping Bureau

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