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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.

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An item in the Friday Entertainment section gave the wrong day for the New Market Independence Day celebration. The celebration will start at 5 p.m. Tuesday with fireworks at 9:20 p.m. in the town park.

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A story published in Thursday's paper should have identified Jeff Burner as Stonewall Jackson's girls basketball coach.

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An article appearing in Friday's newspaper, "Front Royal Gospel Fest celebrates best of the valley," contained incorrect event information. The event is 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. today on Main Street, at the gazebo. Admission is free. Greater Joy Baptist Chruch is under the leadership of Rev. James ...

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In an article appearing in Thursday's newspaper, "A feeling for yoga: Yoga teacher opens studio in Strasburg", the yoga studio is known as The Gray Lotus Yoga Studio, located at 110 N. Massanutten St.

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Thursday's article “Town OKs extension of business incentive program with changes” should have stated that a 35 percent reduction in water and sewer rates applies only to arts and tourism businesses that are in the downtown arts and tourism district and spend $25,000 in capital investments.

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A headline on a letter to the editor on A4 on May 31 should have read Four Democrats in race for Goodlatte's seat.

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Correction: The last paragraph of the June 5 article, "Homeowner: County, contractor should be held responsible for mistakes," should have read "Atwood said she wants the county to realize the mistakes and recitify the problem."

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The Saturday article “In measured tones, panel keeps debating state of Fire Department”  should have stated that restructuring committee members said that much of the committee’s earlier meeting was positive.

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The online version of the article “New trial dates set for appeals of former Strasburg firefighters” erroneously stated the amount of jail time that former Strasburg fire chief Dale King received in Shenandoah County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. King is facing two months in jail ...

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A story on 1A Wednesday about the recent rains and flooding should have said that over the past eight days the region saw a lot of road closurers, reaching a high of 62 roads being closed. In the May 22 story "EDA finalizes $5.3 million building purchase," the Stephens Industrial Park was ...

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The article “Strasburg Planning Commission to discuss potential bed and breakfast,” in Tuesday’s paper, should have said that  that the Strasburg Town Council only has to approve the special use permit, and not the site plan, for a potential bed and breakfast at the corner of High Street ...

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In Monday's 1A story, "Strasburg celebrates Mayfest: Sun shines on town's parade,"  the names of Matthew Hyden and Jaydon Williams were misspelled.

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The article “Board seeks more administrative help at grade school,” which appeared in Friday’s paper, has been corrected to reflect that Nicole Jenson, E. Wilson Morrison’s current principal, is leaving the district and is not being moved to one of the assistant principal positions.

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Victoria Leigh Peterman had her bond revoked and was recently arrested after she appeared in court and tested positive for drugs. This corrects a story in Thursday's paper that incorrectly stated the reason why her bond was being revoked.

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A headline on 1A on Tuesday should have read "Wastewater plant welcomes long-awaited $45 million upgrade."

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In a story on Monday's 1A, J.P. Lindsay's name was listed incorrectly.

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In 'Pastoral message reaches global audience" published on Saturday in the Shenandoah Enjoy tab, Rob the Tech Man is Rob Moses, tech support manager at Grace Evangelical Free Church.

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An article in Friday's paper about a new substance abuse program in Woodstock,  “Community services board to add substance use program for children and teens”, should have said that the program is not the first intensive outpatient program for children and teenagers with substance abuse ...