Tickets are available now for the 2018 Page One Awards, which will celebrate the best in Minnesota journalism.
Christopher Ingraham, a Washington Post reporter with an affinity for odd, off-the-beaten-path datasets, will be the keynote speaker. He expertly uses data to break down knotty topics, including gun policy.
In 2015, Chris attained upper Midwestern notoriety after reporting on a USDA report that ranked Red Lake County, Minnesota dead last in the nation for “natural amenities.” He subsequently visited the county at the invite of a local businessman, fell in love with the region, and moved there with his family the following year. He’s working on a book about the experience.
The Page One Awards will recognize the state’s top journalists, with awards for investigative reporting, beat reporting and story of the year.
Date: Thursday, June 14
Location: Town & Country Club
Town & Country Club
(300 Mississippi River Blvd. N., St. Paul, Minn.)
Reception begins at 5:30 p.m.
Dinner served at 7:00 p.m.