The Fremont High School journalism department took home two Cornhusker Awards, for both the Rustler news-magazine and the Black & Gold yearbook, at the Nebraska High School Press Association Convention in Lincoln on Monday.
The Cornhusker is the top award a high school publication can win in the state of Nebraska. Fremont and Millard West were the only high schools in the entire state to win two Cornhusker Awards this year (for print media). In addition to winning Cornhuskers, the Rustler also won Golden Kernel Awards for photography and story writing, while the Black & Gold also won a Golden Kernel Award for photography.
In this photo are seniors Olivia Wright (left) and Sarah Prall (right). Wright served as the assistant editor of the Rustler last year and is currently the Editor-In-Chief of the school news-magazine this year. Prall served as the assistant editor of the Black & Gold last year and is currently the Editor-In-Chief of the yearbook this year.
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