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The article "Less-invasive heart surgery comes to Winchester Medical Center" in the Nov. 5 paper incorrectly spelled the name of Dr. Basel Ramlawi. In an article in Satuday's paper, "Posts honor area veterans," a photo caption had an incorrect number for the American Legion Post in ...

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A story on Thursday's page A10, "Oldest known animal drawing found in remote Indonesian cave," ended in mid-sentence.  The last sentence should have read: The earliest cave etchings have been found in Africa and include abstract designs, like crosshatches, dating to around 73,000 years ago.

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A caption on 1A in Saturday's paper had part of the name of the Box Office Brewery incorrect.

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The Oct. 13 article "EDA board's treasurer resigns after 30 years of service" incorrectly spelled Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority Chairman Gray Blanton's name.

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A public meetings notice in Monday's paper should have stated that the Shenandoah County School Board will hold a work session at 5 p.m. Thursday with the regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the government center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock.  

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The Sept. 12 article, "Town sets public hearing for adoption of Virginia’s property maintenance code," should have stated that Town Council approved advertising a public hearing regarding the adoption of the state's property maintenance code.

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The article "Pentagon honors Front Royal resident" in Thursday's paper should have stated that Skip Rogers, the co-founder of Able Forces, was a Vietnam-era veteran. He did not serve in Vietnam.

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Chris Peter, a middle school soccer coach at Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal, has been recognized as Coach of the Year for 2017-18. Incorrect information about the designation was provided for a brief story in Monday's paper.

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The article "Planning Commission to vote on proposed housing development plan" in Thursday's paper should have stated that the proposed development would have 58 townhomes and 58 single-family homes. The West Virginia Pick 3 lottery numbers selected Wednesday should have read 9-7-0 in ...

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A story in Saturday's paper on Stonewall Jackson High School's football field being renamed for coach Dick Krol should have stated he is the school track coach.

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A story in Thursday's paper, "Mount Jackson solar farm project expands"  should have said the total space taken up by the projects  will be 380 acres.

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The Thursday A3 story "Homeowner files complaint against county" should have also listed the Warren County Board of Supervisors and Building Official David Beahm as subjects of the complaints.

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The Sandy Hook Elementary student in the A1 photo Friday should have been identified as Gavin Stotler.

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The Sept. 4 article "Herndon officer to run for sheriff" should have stated that Mark Butler is an active member of the Herndon Police Department.

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In a Monday story, "Three Candidates endorsed by Warren County GOP," Letasha Thompson's name was misspelled. In a Monday story,  "A noisy start to the Shenandoah County Fair,"  Mike and Tyler Dellinger's name was misspelled.

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A story in Tuesday's newspaper titled "Teacher turnover declines" incorrectly stated the salary for Warren County teachers with 10 years and 20 years experience. A teacher with 10 years of experience can make $45,782 and a teacher with 20 years experience is in line to make $50,749. The Aug. ...

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  The engagement announcement that ran July 23 for Rachel Alane Sutley and Justin Eugene Sharp incorrectly listed her first name.  

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A story published July 17 should have identified the judge hearing several cases in Shenandoah County General District Court as Judge W. Dale Houff.

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An article in Wednesday’s paper, “Strasburg rejects grant effort for making Washington Street two-way,” should have stated: “During Monday’s meeting, Mayor Rich Orndorff said that Washington Street was a two-way street until the 1980s or 1990s, when a Strasburg resident was killed in ...

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In Friday's article "Suspect identified in hit and run," James Vincent Vansise's name was incorrectly spelled.