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Correction for 9-22

September 22, 2010 A story in the Aug. more »»

Correction for 9-18

September 18, 2010 Upcoming events offered by The Ausenheimer Trust Fund of the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation are offered to local seniors only. Unclear information appeared in the Sept. more »»

Corrections for 9-8

September 8, 2010 ¯ Independent Washington County Commission candidate Joe Matthews planned to march in the fair parade. His name was left out of a story in Friday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 9-1

September 1, 2010 Drew Potochnik, 23, of Lowell, remains free on a $5,000 bond and a condition of no contact with his victims while awaiting his Oct. 19 sentencing. more »»

Correction for 8-31

August 31, 2010 The Marietta Post Office Retirees will meet at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 7. An incorrect sate appeared in the weekend edition of The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

Corrections for 8-28

August 28, 2010 ¯ Donis Yoder’s name was misspelled in a letter to the editor that appeared in the Aug. 21 edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 8-24

August 24, 2010 In the Aug. 19 edition of The Marietta Times, the caption on a photograph of algae taken at the lake at Burr Oak State Park did not state that the algae is no longer visible on the lake. more »»

Correction for 8-18

August 18, 2010 ¯ The Washington County Red Cross and Marietta Wine Cellars wine-tasting event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 26. more »»

Corrections for 7-31

July 31, 2010 - Oran Baker was incorrectly identified in the story, “Advocates plan county home levy campaign,” in Thursday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 7-30

July 30, 2010 The “From Graceland to Heartland” Elvis tribute event will be held at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7. Incorrect information appeared in Thursday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 7-20

July 20, 2010 ¯ The cost for rabies vaccinations at a July 31 clinic in Little Hocking Township Park will be $5. Incorrect information appeared in Friday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 7-15

July 15, 2010 Attorneys representing Martin E. Babics, 52, of 122 Wood St., filed a suggestion of incompetence, not a not guilty by reason of insanity plea, in regard to a rape charge against him. more »»

Correction

July 2, 2010 The Marietta Independence Day parade starts at 1 p.m. Sunday. Incorrect information appeared in Thursday’s edition of The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

Correction for 6/26

June 26, 2010 Marietta Fire Department Lt. Jack Hansis recommends people turn off gas appliances when they leave for a vacation. Incorrect information appeared in Friday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 6/25

June 25, 2010 Harley Noland designed the recently renovated Adelphia facility at 205 Second St., Marietta. He is not an architect. Incorrect information appeared in Thursday’s edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 6-23

June 23, 2010 Richard and Linda McKown sold property to Alan and Janet Hunt, 139 Frederick St., Marietta. Incorrect information was provided and appeared in the weekend edition of The Marietta Times. more »»

Correction for 6-15

June 15, 2010 The owner of Marietta Wine Cellars is Al Phillips. He was incorrectly identified in the weekend edition of The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

Correction for 6-11

June 11, 2010 - Ari Elizabeth Turner, 22, of Parkersburg was processed into the Washington County Jail on June 5 on a civil warrant for failure to appear. more »»

Correction for 6/5

June 5, 2010 Christian M. McCarty was only charged Tuesday with violating the terms of his probation. Other charges were incorrectly provided to The Marietta Times. The Times regrets the error. more »»

Correction for 6-3

June 3, 2010 The new structure that will be built where the Colegate Food Center was located will be a one-story building which will house Family Tree Dental and no other offices. more »»

 
 

 

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