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Pat Bagley Day!


As longtime supporters of Pat Bagley, we couldn't be more proud of his recent victory as proud recipient of the prestigious Herblock Prize for editorial cartooning. Bagley impressed a panel of impressive judges including Garry Trudeau, creator of the Doonesbury comic strip; Village Voice cartoonist Jules Feiffer,and John Sherffius, editorial cartoonist at the Boulder Daily Camera in Colorado. Ted Koppel will deliver the lecture at the Herblock Prize ceremony in Washington D.C. where Bagley will also pick up his $15,000 after-tax cash prize and a sterling silver trophy award.


His success inspired Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker to declare April 2 as Pat Bagley Day. And we knew him when he was "The Dude."