Legacy High magazine finalist for 2017 Pacemaker award

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BISMARCK, N.D. - Just about all high schools have a yearbook, but how about a news magazine?

Legacy High School's Uncut news magazine was a finalist for the 2017 Newspaper Pacemaker award.

Some of the students went to Dallas for the Journalism Education Association convention.

Only 30 high schools in the country receive this title.

“That was actually only our second year of having a newspaper, so it's a really cool and really great accomplishment for us starting out so early that we've already come so far,” said Brayden Zenker, editor-in-chief.

This is a first time win for Legacy.

Their next issue of Uncut comes out Thursday.

You can pick up a copy for free at LHS.