Pocatello committee to recommend new design for city flag

POCATELLO - An eastern Idaho city with a flag called the worst city flag in North America in a 2015 TED talk may be one step closer to a new flag.

The Idaho State Journal reports a Pocatello committee will recommend a flag design featuring three red mountain peaks and a compass rose during city council's study session on Thursday.

The flag was chosen over five other finalists.

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According to the flag's description, the mountains represent the Scout Mountain, Kinport Peak and Chinese Peak and industry, recreation and education. The compass rose symbolizes the city's role as a trade and transportation hub for rail, road and air. The flag's gold and blue colors stand for agriculture, the sky and the Portneuf River.

© 2017 Associated Press


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