Dan Ferguson accepts his award for top spot news photo in the 25,000-plus circulation category at the BCYCNA 'Ma Murray' Community Newspaper Awards on Saturday

First prize for Times photographer

Dan Ferguson took first place in the province for his emotion-filled image of José Figueroa emerging from sanctuary last December

  • May. 10, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Dan Ferguson’s image of an overjoyed José Figueroa and his wife, Ivania — taken as José stepped out of Walnut Grove Lutheran Church for the first time in two years — won first place for Spot News photo (circulation over 25,000) at the B.C. and Yukon ‘Ma Murray’ Community Newspaper Awards.

The event was held on Saturday night at River Rock Casino in Richmond.

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