Rich High School, located in Utah’s Rich County has a proud history. Folks from all over town expressed fond memories of the school they attended previously. However, the mascot the school has adopted for years has come under recent scrutiny. The mascot contains an image of a Confederate solder and it’s caused a stir. Now the community and school must decide to keep the mascot or replace it with something different.
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