Corrections & Clarifications


May 29, 2015

A story that ran in Wednesday’s paper mistakenly had the wrong date for ticket sales for upcoming Patsy Cline Classic


May 22, 2015

A story that ran Friday should have said The Laurel Center in Winchester provides a women’s shelter and focuses its


May 20, 2015

A story that ran in Wednesday’s paper mistakenly included last year’s local winners of the McDonald’s Family Restaurants of Greater Washington, D.C. This year’s winners are Rosie Clifton and Amber Gonzalez of Stonewall Jackson High School, Kathleen Mumper of Strasburg High School, Desiree Williams of Central High School, Mary O’Connor of Warren County High School and Shane Schwasta of James Wood High School.


May 19, 2015

A story appearing Tuesday about charges against six people in a Warren County counterfeiting case should have said they were arrested on Sunday.


May 15, 2015

A story in Friday’s paper should have said Shenandoah County Public Schools Director of Finance Cynthia Page will give a presentation on financial management to the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors at 7 p.m. May 26 at the county government center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock.


May 8, 2015

A story in Thursday’s paper should have said Riverfront Christian School, at 55 E Strasburg Road, Front Royal, will hold a technology expo from 4 to 6 p.m. May 12.


May 6, 2015

The date for the upcoming Autumnfest in Woodstock was incorrectly listed in a story in Wednesday’s paper. The correct date is Oct. 17.


May 5, 2015

Steven and Amy Murray, husband-wife operatic singing duo, will present a recital with pianist Eric Waggoner at 3:30 p.m. this Sunday at Reformation Lutheran Church in New Market. The date was incorrect in Saturday’s events listing. They also will present a recital accompanied by pianist Eric Waggoner at 3:30 p.m May 17 at Braddock Street United Methodist Church in Winchester. They will sing arias and duets by Puccini, Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Mendelssohn and Wagner. A love offering will be accepted at both events.


May 1, 2015

A story in Friday’s newspaper about a new exhibit at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley was written by Tom Crosby.


April 27, 2015

A headline on a story published Monday should have been campground owner disappointed by jury award.

A story published Saturday should have stated that Front Royal Town Manager Steve Burke said the town would need to install a water line 12-16 inches in diameter for the corridor.


April 20, 2015

A story that ran on April 16 should have said Donna Williams of Maurertown did smoke before being diagnosed with


April 16, 2015

A story in Thursday’s newspaper about a woman who died in her home from a gunshot wound should have given


April 10, 2015

A story that ran on Friday should have said Amy Gubler, an assistant principal in Rappahannock County Public Schools, will


April 9, 2015

A story that ran in Thursday’s paper should have said the TRIAD Senior Safety Expo in Front Royal was planned


April 8, 2015

A story published in Wednesday’s edition of the Northern Virginia Daily should have stated the Strasburg’s Jacob Knapp scored the


April 3, 2015

A story published Thursday should have stated that Strasburg paid $288,000 for land for a new Department of Public Works building.


March 27, 2015

A headline in Friday’s paper was incorrect. It should have read “Valley Wine Cellar set to close.”


March 26, 2015

The rezoning request for 136 acres on Turkey Knob Road in Mount Jackson was brought before the planning commission by Robert Whitehurst in March, not February, as stated in a story on Thursday. Also, Mount Jackson resident Gerald Forsburg’s name was misspelled.


March 23, 2015

In the “Lutherans name first area faith community nurse” story in Saturday’s paper, Jeannie Coffman’s named was misspelled.


March 19, 2015

A story on Thursday should have stated HVAC Elements Inc. filed a police report on Jan. 7, 2014, regarding embezzlement of funds and theft of property by a former company employee. The story also should have stated that search warrants were executed at several banks and companies as well as the home of a former employee in Shenandoah County during the investigation, and as a result “the estimated total at the time following items seized during the execution of the search warrants is $30,000 to $40,000.”