Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval put together a proclamation that declared the week of May 4 to be state employee appreciation week. But there was an embarrassing little typo that slipped by because, as we've observed so many times, if a word is misspelled as another word, spell-check just nods and smiles and says, "This one's good to go." Is this a good spot to shamelessly plug our proofreading services?
Anyhow, the passage in question points out that state employees work to "conserve and preserve our natural and cultural resources," but the final draft did not say "cultural." Oh no, it most certainly did not. Have a look below and see what it actually said.
By Steve Boudreault