I used GitHub's fork feature to fork someone's repository. As
instructed by the GitHub help, I cloned the fork to my local machine
and also added a remote pointing to "upstream" to track the original

Recently, a branch in the original repo was deleted, and doing a "git
remote show upstream" showed it marked as "stale (use 'git remote
prune' to remove)". So, I did "git remote prune upstream" and that
removed it from my upstream remote. However, it is still in the origin
remote (my fork).

What is the proper way to remove it? (Pruning doesn't do anything.) Do
I simply delete it explicitly?


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