North Dakota's Pulitzer Prize Winning Publications

 

Bismarck Tribune 1938 Pulitzer Winner

BISMARCK TRIBUNE

1938 Winner "Public Service"

"The Public Service Pulitzer Prize is awarded for the most disinterested and meritorious public service rendered by any American newspaper during the year. The Bismarck Tribune won for its news reports and editorials entitled, 'Self Help in the Dust Bowl.'"

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Bismarck Tribune 1938 Pulitzer Winner

FARGO FORUM

1958 Winner "Local Reporting"

"For its swift, vivid and detailed news and picture coverage of a tornado which struck Fargo on June 20. Proceeding under considerable difficulty and overcoming many handicaps, a small but skilled staff put out a complete tornado edition within five hours after the disaster."

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Bismarck Tribune 1938 Pulitzer Winner

GRAND FORKS HERALD

1998 Winner "Public Service"

"For its sustained and informative coverage, vividly illustrated with photographs, that helped hold its community together in the wake of flooding, a blizzard and a fire that devastated much of the city, including the newspaper plant itself."

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