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Dickinson's Mack receives NDNA scholarship

A Dickinson High School graduate has been named as one of the North Dakota Newspaper Association Education Foundation's scholarship recipients. Austin Mack, a communications student at the University of Jamestown, is an intern with the university...

A Dickinson High School graduate has been named as one of the North Dakota Newspaper Association Education Foundation's scholarship recipients.

Austin Mack, a communications student at the University of Jamestown, is an intern with the university's marketing department, manages the Sir Jimmie Blog and the Jimmie Connection video interviews.

The scholarship is awarded through North Dakota Dollars for Scholars.

He expects to graduate in May 2017 and plans to attend law school. He is the son of Henry and Cheri Mack.

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