SOTY

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SOTYSportsman of the Year
SOTYStudent of the Year
SOTYSong of the Year
SOTYStory of the Year (band)
SOTYSkater of the Year
SOTYSuperintendent of the Year (various school districts)
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Mayuga's stories won Best Environment Story of the Year ('PHL's system to harmonize environment social progress fraught with ECC violation), Best Water Sustainability of the Year ('Water: Too big a problem to solve?'), and Best Agriculture Feature Story of the Year ('Fishing Moratorium: Is PHL doing it right?').
Revision Energy of Brentwood; Coolest Companies for Young Professionals, Appcast of Lebanon and Digital Prospectors of Exeter; Leadership Development Program of the Year, MY TURN Manufacturing Program; 'Shire Story of Story of the Year, UNH student David Hutchings of Windham; and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Kat Antonioli of INHOUSE Worldwide.
The year's best investigative or explanatory story will be recognized as the "Feature Story of the Year."
SHOULD Anthony Crolla beat Darleys Perez tonight and win the WBA world lightweight title, it will be the feel-good story of the year.
Tabada and Cherry Ann Lim for "Feature Story of the Year" in print for "Breast Wars: Life-saving with breastfeeding;"
Clayton's article "Katrina: One Year Later" was named "Story of the Year." Capital Press's Mark Rozin was named "Photographer of the Year."
The story of the year which received the most attention was RBS' announcement and ground breaking, as they will build their North American Headquarters in Stamford.
After appearing on the UK Taste Of Chaos tour in November, along with Funeral For A Friend, Story Of The Year are back in Birmingham at the Carling Academy on April 11 in support of their second album, In The Wake Of Determination.
Whether you found it a life-altering touchstone, a good cry, or even a major snooze, there's no question that Brokeback Mountain is filmmaking's financial success story of the year. It's one of the few offerings a DVD-besotted public is anxious to run out and see in theaters.
Add them together, and you've got what may be the ickiest news story of the year.