The “feather ‘B’” will replace the Indian brave on the side of the Boise High School gymnasium.
The “feather ‘B’” will replace the Indian brave on the side of the Boise High School gymnasium. Boise School District
The “feather ‘B’” will replace the Indian brave on the side of the Boise High School gymnasium. Boise School District

Boise High remains the Braves, but paints over ‘antiquated’ mural

August 02, 2016 03:54 PM

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