A decision to renovate Natrona County High School in Wyoming could destroy 600 hand-painted, event-themed murals that have decorated the school's art wing since 1983. Students and administrators are trying to figure out how best to preserve the murals after the renovations. Suggestions include installing photos or a video kiosk that will rotate digital images of the murals. "That's an important part of who we are. And we want to make sure it's saved," principal Dean Kelly said.
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