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BROWNING, Mont. — The Superintendent of Browning Public Schools, Corrina Guardipee-Hall, released a letter Saturday in regard to an incident during a girl’s basketball game in Columbia Falls.
According to the letter, an announcer for Columbia Falls High School announced the “Browning Lady Indians” as the “Browning Lazy Indians” during the starting lineup.
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