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Cap City News is committed to accuracy in our reporting. Although our journalists work hard to ensure the accuracy of their reporting, mistakes can and do happen. When a mistake is made, we will work quickly to address it. A correction detailing the error will be placed in the story and it will be added to this running list of corrections. If you find an error, please email us at editor@oilcity.news or news@oilcity.news

Correction, Sept. 6, 2022: The Cheyenne Police Department issued a correction Tuesday afternoon that a male and female entered the gas station during the incident, not two males. Man arrested by police following stabbing incident Monday at south Cheyenne gas station

Correction, June 14, 2022: Various names and information have been corrected to reflect the Amber Alert Wyoming report. Amber Alert issued for children taken from Arapahoe, Wyoming

Correction, June 14, 2022: A previous version of this story attributed the report to the Wyoming Teaching Association. It has been corrected to the Wyoming Education Association. LCSD1 strives to aid teachers with all their mental health needs

Correction, May 16, 2022: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated Sen. Cynthia Lummis apologized for the “two sexes” comment. She apologized if anyone was made to feel uncomfortable or unwelcome after making the comment. The story has been corrected. Sen. Cynthia Lummis apologizes after ‘two sexes’ comment evokes jeers, boos at UW commencement

Correction, May 9, 2022: A previous version of this story reported Stronger413’s name incorrectly. It has been corrected throughout. Stronger413 now the official coffee of Cheyenne Frontier Days

Clarification, May 5, 2022: References to the baby as a child have been edited to reflect that the victim was an infant at the time of injury. Baby’s grandparents testify in Gillette child abuse case that he was a ‘happy little boy’ before injury

Clarification, May 5, 2022: A previous version of this story did not state that the Rineharts’ outfitting business was never licensed through the Wyoming Board of Outfitters and Professional Guides. A board representative confirmed Thursday the couple’s business was never licensed. This information has been added to the story. Couple fined $60K for illegally baiting deer for clients to kill; 30 clients could face charges in Wyoming