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Cartoonist Cal Grondahl, others lose jobs at Ogden newspaper

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Yet, Grondahl said he would probably continue to draw, either as a freelancer for the Standard-Examiner or for his own entertainment "and just put them on the Web and on Facebook." He said he was touched by large numbers of followers urging him to continue working.

"I really appreciate the support and love," he said.

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Bagley said he was looking forward to "seeing Cal unchained,’’ as he put it, "now that he can do whatever he wants."

Tribune reporter Matt Piper contributed to this story.

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