Eastside, Utah, is a small, red-brick town in southeastern Utah.

It’s also the site of a long-running feud between high school students and teachers over a calendar and other school matters.

In June 2016, students and school officials clashed over a yearbook with a year for “Eastside High,” the school’s name.

That yearbook has since been removed.

The school calendar was the subject of a bitter dispute between the students and teacher, as the yearbook’s cover featured the Eastside school logo.

In December, the students sued the district, claiming they had no right to use the name, and the district agreed to remove the image from the calendar.

The district also agreed to pay the student’s legal fees.

The case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The justices on Tuesday heard oral arguments on the case.

A majority of the justices on Monday were from states that have been affected by the Eastsides conflict.

The majority was led by Chief Justice John Roberts.

Chief Justice Roberts is a Republican and was confirmed by the Senate in January 2016.

He has been a member of the conservative Supreme Court since 1989.