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The Wyoming State Capitol building is shown in February 2022 in Cheyenne. The 67th Wyoming Legislature will convene for the 2023 general sessi…

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Hi, Jill. We are actually glad you called us out on this. Our reporter worked very hard to research the accusations that were being spread and to give Jonathan an opportunity to respond so that the matter could be presented as fairly as possible. So it was definitely not our intention to …

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As journalists, we base our information on the most credible sources available, and we believe it would be misleading to readers to say that claims of fraud are unproven when they have been tested in court and legally ruled out. Courts have dismissed more than 60 lawsuits of alleged elect…

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Thanks for the catch! We always appreciate an eye for detail. :)

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Engage commented on Sports Briefs, April 13

P.S. A lacrosse season kickoff story is underway!

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Engage commented on Sports Briefs, April 13

Hi, Dave. Thanks for your comment. We totally agree with you.

Sports of all kinds are important to our valley, and there is always a competition or training happening, and always victories to celebrate. We might miss some of these successes without support from parents, coaches and …

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We've attached a photo of the sculpture's broken antler to this article. It can be viewed by clicking on the arrows in the top upper-right corner of the image in this article. Thanks for reading!

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Engage commented on Jimmy Chin has new book out

Thanks Paul and Nancy. This article was excerpted from a longer version in the News&Guide, which has full details (apologies for not getting all of the critical info here!). Here's a link to the online book discussion: https://www.tatteredcover.com/event

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Hi, Tim. Thanks for the note. (We like being word-nerds, too!) You're correct, it should be "champing" because that's what a horse does to a bit. However, these days, most people say "chomping," like Coach Joyce did in this instance. Because it's in a quote, we leave it as is. –Eds.

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Stay tuned.

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Hi, Mary. Thanks for sharing your concerns about the headline and also your concerns about ensuring that we are doing enough to help readers understand the high rate of outbreak and gravity of the situation. We agree it is a serious time, and we hope that you'll find the additional covera…