The Gadsden Times

The Gadsden Times

The Gadsden Times was established in 1867 and stands as Etowah County's oldest business and news source. It is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, an outdoor lover's paradise. Gadsden is located just an hour from Birmingham, Alabama, the state's largest city while Atlanta is just a little over two hours away. The Gadsden Times received numerous awards in 2012 from organizations such as the Alabama Associated Press, the Alabama Press Association and the Alabama Sports Writers Association.

The Gadsden Times

At a Glance

  • The Gadsden Times is the oldest continually operating business in Etowah County
  • The Times' first edition was published July 3, 1867

The Gadsden Times

401 Locust St.
Gadsden, Alabama 35901

(256) 549-2000

http://www.gadsdentimes.com/

Awards

  • 2012 Alabama Associated Press, Third Place, Humorous Moments Photo
  • 2012 Alabama Associated Press, First Place, Sports Deadline
  • 2012 Alabama Associated Press, Third Place, Sports Deadline
  • 2012 Alabama Associated Press, Third Place, Sports Column
  • 2012 Alabama Press Association, First Place, Best Sports Page
  • 2012 Alabama Press Association, Second Place, Best Spot News Story
  • 2012 Alabama Press Association, Second Place, Best Feature Story
  • 2012 Alabama Press Association, Second Pace, Best Sports Photo
  • 2012 Alabama Press Association, Best Niche Publication, Gadsden Style
  • 2012 Alabama Writers Association, First Place, Best Sport Story
  • 2012 Alabama Writers Association, Runner-Up, Best Basketball Feature
  • 2012 Alabama Writers Association, First Place, Best Auto Racing Feature, Non-Deadline
  • 2012 Alabama Writers Association, Runner-Up, Best Game Story
  • 2012 Alabama Writers Association, First Place, Best Sports Layout
  • 2013 Alabama Press Association Better Newspaper Contest; First place — Best Niche Publication, Gadsden Style, Second place — Best Special Section, “Kickoff”, Third place — Nick Johnston, Best Sports Photo
  • 2013 Alabama APME Contest; Second Place — Nick Johnston, deadline reporting, Second Place — Nick Johnston, headlines
  • 2013 Alabama Sports Writers Association; First Place — Nick Johnston, best sports story (Pro or college), First Place — Nick Johnston, Best Story or Series Writing-Internet-Best Game Story, First Place — Nick Johnston, Kim Craft, Headlines, First Place — Best Supplement or special section, Second Place — Nick Johnston, Best Layout, Second Place — Nick Johnston, Best Column or Feature

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