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Editor in Chief Johanna Love has covered the Jackson Hole community as part of the News&Guide staff since 1998. She took the helm of the newsroom in 2017. She fields story tips and kudos as well as criticism and questions.

Wyoming Rep. Mike Yin, right, holds a campaign sign Tuesday morning alongside friend Sam Shah on opposite corners of Snow King Avenue and Scott Lane.

As days get shorter and snow up high begins to drive wildlife to lower elevations, it’s more important than ever to ensure dogs can get their …

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Johanna Love

@Tim Rieser, Ms. Viehman was being sarcastic about the harshest punishment for those who carelessly endanger ursine lives. With your comment we see that for people not in the room, that didn't come across. I appreciate you flagging it.

Johanna Love

The following comment was submitted by a woman involved in this case, so News&Guide editors are allowing an exception to our rules of requiring names. 

Be really careful with interactions with women. If you have sex with her, make sure she enthusiastically consents. Mak…

Johanna Love

Thank you for calling our attention to this oversight; you’re correct that we usually include first and last names in an opinion piece tagline. Fixed!

Johanna Love

Johanna Love commented on EDITORIAL: Settle in, help each other

Hi Jim, the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole has set up a form on its page where people can sign up to be connected to COVID-19 volunteering opportunities. https://www.cfjacksonhole.org/subscribe-as-a-covid-19-volunteer/ ... and there are many neighborhood-specific groups on Facebook …

Johanna Love

We appreciate feedback from readers on everything from the content of articles and headlines to word choice. Upon further reflection, editors decided that despite Lovell's lawyer using his religion as part of his defense, using "Mormon" in the web version of this headline was unnecessary …

Johanna Love

Mr. Miller, the reporter and editors verified the identity of the trapper. He provided his driver's license and a copy of his WGFD residency card. The photo on his license matches his FB photo. Although we rarely agree to anonymity, the substance of this article was deemed important enoug…

Johanna Love

The wolf was shot during the shutdown, at the end of December, 2018. The blood trail was discovered Jan. 1, 2019. The government was shut down from Dec. 22, 2018, to Jan. 25, 2019. — Editor

Johanna Love

Richard, the government was shut down from Dec. 22, 2018, to Jan. 25, 2019. The wolf was shot during the shutdown. Nothing about this article is included for political purposes. — Editor

Johanna Love

A comment has been deleted because the identity of the commenter cannot be verified. Anonymous comments are against our policy. — Editor

Johanna Love

Ken, the original article did not say the wolf was killed Jan. 1. It said "on Jan. 1, park rangers identified evidence to suggest illegal hunting activity." Once our reporter was able to get the chief ranger on the telephone, he was able to flesh out the timeline more. The informat…