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Correction for 12/12

December 12, 2008 Liane Gray-Starner was incorrectly identified in the story “Friends recall local business leader fondly” that appeared in Thursday’s print edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 12/11

December 11, 2008 The rape for which Clayton Books was sentenced this week occurred on June 15. more »»

Correction for 12/9

December 9, 2008 The Southeastern Ohio Port Authority’s combined November and December meeting was scheduled for 7:30 a.m. today. Incorrect information appeared in the Dec. 6-7 edition of The Marietta Time. more »»

Corrections for 12/5

December 5, 2008 -Tickets for Saturday’s loft tour in downtown Marietta and Historic Harmar Village are $10. more »»

Correction for 12/4

December 4, 2008 Turkey, ham, pies and rolls for Norwood United Methodist Church’s Thanksgiving meal were purchased with donations from area churches and prepared by Food 4 Les. more »»

Correction for 12/3

December 3, 2008 = The Lawrence Township trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at the Little Muskingum Volunteer Fire Department. An incorrect time for the meeting appeared in Tuesday’s edition. more »»

Corrections for 11/25

November 25, 2008 The Fairfield Township trustees set aside $25,000 for dust control this year, money that had to be used for road work and operating expenses after a wet spring. more »»

Correction for 11/21

November 21, 2008 - The Powerball numbers for Wednesday night’s drawing were: 8, 13, 38, 39, 45. Powerball: 31. Incorrect information appeared in Thursday’s paper. more »»

Corrections for 11/20

November 20, 2008 - Kevin R. Bartlett, 43, of 204 Tennis Center Drive, Apt. 9, was processed into the Washington County Jail Nov. 13, but was not arrested that day. more »»

Corrections for 11/12

November 12, 2008 Worcester, Mass., was incorrectly spelled in the story “Buckley House to reopen” that appeared in the Tuesday edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 11/3

November 3, 2008 Watertown Township does not currently have a fire and protection levy. A fire and protection levy is being sought and will appear on Tuesday's general election ballot. The 1. more »»

Corrections for 10/22

October 22, 2008 ¯ There will be a Clothing and More Giveaway and free lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Nov. 1, at Gilman United Methodist Church, 312 Gilman Ave., Marietta. more »»

Correction for 10/21

October 21, 2008 An article Saturday about the Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Treatment for Children levy on the Nov. 4 ballot said that all funds generated would remain in Washington County. more »»

Correction for 10/1

October 1, 2008 Washington County Clerk of Courts Judy Van Dyk was elected in 1996. Incorrect information appeared in Monday’s edition of The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

Correction for 9/30

September 30, 2008 MaryAnne Williams, Democratic candidate for Washington County clerk of courts in the Nov. 4 election, was defeated in a primary run for the office in 2004 by Debbie Pryor. more »»

Corrections for 9/23

September 23, 2008 - Employees of the Washington County Clerk of Courts office had to learn new software this year, but their system was separate from a new real estate assessment system the county purchase. more »»

Correction for 9/17

September 17, 2008 The phone number for D. Michaels Salon is 373-1530. Incorrect information appeared in the Sept. 13-14 edition of The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

Corrections

September 10, 2008 The Taco Bell on Pike Street in Marietta is listed for sale with Karen Strahler of Vienna Realty. Incorrect information appeared in Monday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction

September 9, 2008 Some arrest reports published in the Sept. 6-7 edition of The Marietta Times were incorrectly dated. Arrests from John P. Nichols through Gary A. Coleman Jr. occurred Aug. 15-17. more »»

Correction for 9/5

September 5, 2008 The maximum viewing resolution for a standard DVD is 480p (720 by 480 pixels). Incorrect information appeared in Wednesday’s edition of The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

 
 

 

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