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Number Hill September 6, 2015

Along the hills of the world’s first city powered by atomic energy, you’ll find a peculiar set of numbers disorderly painted across the face of its most prominent hill. A tradition dating back to nearly a century, it all began when the 1920 senior class of Butte County High School decided to leave its mark. Each graduating class thereafter followed suit.

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