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Oct. 9

Press Club to Bestow Honorary Awards: S.D. Liddick (San Diego Magazine), Paul Kueuger (NBC 7/39), Lynne T. Friedmann (science writer) and J.W. August (KGTV/10) will each receive the San Diego Press Club’s special honorary awards on Oct. 19 at the 37th annual San Diego Press Club’s Journalism Awards at the San Diego Hall of Champions in Balboa Park. Liddick earned the “Drew Silvern Award for Courage in Journalism,” given for work “courageously reported in a manner in which one’s personal or professional life is affected.” Kreuger will receive the  “Harold Keen Award for Outstanding Contributions in Journalism,” which is given to the journalist who has gone above and beyond standard practices for the sake of fairness and truth telling. Friedman is to get the “Andy Mace Award for Contributions in Public Relations” for c an extensive body of work in science writing. August will receive the “Jim Reiman Award for Enlightened Management”  for overseeing investigative features and special projects while managing the daily assignment desk at KGTV. Tickets to the event may be purchased online at or by calling Club Manager Terry Williams at (619) 231-4340.

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