The older sign in front of Winters High School still displays a traditional American Indian logo. The school has a newer logo featuring a “W” with a feathered spear stuck through it, but residents are debating phasing out the spear, too, in deference to the Yocha Dehe tribe, which has given financial support to the schools.
The older sign in front of Winters High School still displays a traditional American Indian logo. The school has a newer logo featuring a “W” with a feathered spear stuck through it, but residents are debating phasing out the spear, too, in deference to the Yocha Dehe tribe, which has given financial support to the schools. Hudson Sangree hsangree@sacbee.com
The older sign in front of Winters High School still displays a traditional American Indian logo. The school has a newer logo featuring a “W” with a feathered spear stuck through it, but residents are debating phasing out the spear, too, in deference to the Yocha Dehe tribe, which has given financial support to the schools. Hudson Sangree hsangree@sacbee.com

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September 01, 2015 05:01 PM

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