A story about marijuana legalization in Friday's newspaper erroneously reported that Virginia NORML chapter advocates for laws allowing recreational use of marijuana in order to limit the black market for the drug. While the national NORML organization supports such laws, the state chapter does ...
A story in Saturday's newspaper about a Woodstock protest should have quoted Jeanne Theis as saying 33 percent of the children in the county will lose health insurance under Trump administration spending plans.
A cutline on the "Wine & Trotter Festival" photo page should have stated that Judy Frye was wearing a "Minnie Pearl" hat., of Mount Jackson, in her "Minnie Pearl" hat. Also on the photo page, the cutline should have stated that Quentin and Carolyn Cline are from Swoope, Virginia.
A story published Tuesday should have said that Karl Roulston continues to self-finance his campaign for the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors.
A building permit that ran in the Warren County Courthouse Notes on Sept. 14 should have read H&W Construction Co., 5 Caroline Drive, ...
The article "Value of Brown house deal questioned in work session" in Thursday's paper has been corrected to reflect that the town has tentatively agreed to receive the back half of the two lots adjacent to 218 E. King Street in its sale of the house.
The photo caption on 1A in Thursday's paper should have identified the man in the photo as George Greenwalt.
The McDonald family will hold a reunion 1 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Lebanon Community Center. The date provided that was in Thursday’s edition was incorrect.