A story about the forensics team at Lord Fairfax Community College in Thursday's paper reported that 17 students competed in the tournament. Only 13 students competed in the tournament, which took place on Saturday.
An article appearing in Friday's newspaper about the arrest of two men after a nine-month undercover drug investigation contained several errors. Maj. Scott Proctor of the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office said the two defendants were taken into custody on several charges that were filed against them prior to their arrests.
A story in Wednesday's Daily on the impending closure of the Federal Mogul plant in Winchester should have attributed quotes on "corporate greed" and the average age of workers to United Auto Workers Local 149 President Burke Justice.
In a story on Tuesday, Wanda Darr, the mother of motorcycle crash victim Larry E. Darr, had said the family is not asking for fund-raisers. On Tuesday, she said she had not been aware that some fundraisers had already been approved by another member of the family.
The headline on a story published Saturday should not have stated that Shawn Michael West, 48, of 9414 Prince William St., Manassas, wielded a machete. West faces a charge of possession of a concealed weapon by a nonviolent convicted...