Nathan "Doggface" Apodaca rode a longboard and TikTok success into one of the biggest local news stories of last year. And now a symbol of his success will be on display at the Museum of Idaho.

Apodaca signed a bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice for the museum during an event Tuesday afternoon. The bottle, which was also signed by Ocean Spray CEO Tom Hayes, will be the newest entry into the museum's archives and will be placed on display in the main lobby.

Brennen is the main education reporter for the Post Register. Contact him with news tips at 208-542-6711.

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