Marion High School student Logan Waner said he was told to paint over his rainbow flag parking spot, before the school reversed the decision. Now, the school board is doing away with the six-year tradition of seniors painting parking spaces.
Marion High School student Logan Waner said he was told to paint over his rainbow flag parking spot, before the school reversed the decision. Now, the school board is doing away with the six-year tradition of seniors painting parking spaces. Courtesy photo Logan Waner
Marion High School student Logan Waner said he was told to paint over his rainbow flag parking spot, before the school reversed the decision. Now, the school board is doing away with the six-year tradition of seniors painting parking spaces. Courtesy photo Logan Waner

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