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Davis students win MLK video-essay contest
First Published Jan 12 2012 04:46 pm • Last Updated Jan 12 2012 04:59 pm

Four seniors at Woods Cross High in Davis School District have won the grand prize in a Martin Luther King Jr. video-essay contest. Natalie Brockbank, Cole Davis, Zach Hosman and Matt Zimmerman will split the $100 prize in the Utah State Office of Education competition for Utah students.

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The question posed in the contest was: "How are you demonstrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of unity in your life?"

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