Corrections

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A photo caption on A8 in Saturday's paper should have identified Brenda Swartz as manager of Farmers & Merchants Bank.

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A headline on A6 of Friday's paper should have read "County office chief to return to Loudoun job."

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A photo caption on A7 in Wednesday's paper should have read Hoyle.

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A story published Wednesday, "Front Royal man sentenced in gun larceny case," should have stated that Addison was sentenced to a total of 40 years imprisonment. In a story published Wednesday, "Judge grants funds for psychological expert in murder case," the name under the defendant's photo ...

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An article published Monday should have stated the vacant land and buildings featured on the Industrial Development Authority of Shenandoah County's webpage are advertised by the agency as available for development or use.  Also, the IDA owns 42 acres in the North Shenandoah Industrial and ...

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A photo caption on Wednesday's 1A, "Mother faces tough payday choices," should have stated that Carol Sue Dyer is from Frederick County.

Corrections: July 7

A story published June 30 should have stated that the $150,000 cost to hire an economic development director would use a third of the Shenandoah County Industrial Development Authority's unencumbered funds totaling $424,375. * * * A Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office police blotter item in ...

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The headline for the Narrow Passage chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution note that ran June 15 should have been "Awards" instead of "Scholarships."  

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The article "Warren County Schools to remove asbestos from Ressie Jeffries" in Friday's paper incorrectly stated how the recommendation to remove asbestos from the elementary school came to the school system. The district received the recommendation during discussions about future renovations ...

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A story on June 2, "Skyline twins want to 'make America healthier again'," should have stated that Landon Holben was Skyline High School's Top Academic Male in the Class of 2017.

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A story that appeared in the paper on May 19, “Warren County schools launch workplace program” should have stated that John Feehan and Colleen Snyder were volunteer parents of students with disabilities.