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    Saturday in the Park's Abe Stage co-organizer's name is Jason Reinert. It was misspelled in a story titled "Encore performances for Avett Brothers, Buddy Guy" on A1 of the Journal's April 28 edition.

      The Sunday performance of the Penguin Project Production of "Willy Wonka Jr." will take place at 2 p.m. at New Stage Players, 3201 Dakota Ave., South Sioux City. The time was incorrect in a story titled "'Willy Wonka Jr.' musical casts actors with different abilities," on D1 of the Journal's…

        A story that ran on page D1 of Sunday's Journal under the headline "Morningside restaurant serves All-American fare with a Native American twist" contained errors regarding the subject's family background. Lena Dunbar's grandmother Anna died before she was born. Dunbar's recipe for fry bread…

          A story that ran on page A1 of Sunday's Journal under the headline "Morningside honors retiring president" misidentified Morningside University President John Reynders' wife Robin. 

            D. Douglas Rice remains the chairman and CEO of Security National Bank.  A story that appeared on A2 of the Journal Sunday titled, “Security National Bank names new president,” omitted Rice’s continuing role with the bank.

              Stuart Anderson's title was incorrect in a story headlined "Officials choose projects that could benefit from bill," which appeared on page A1 in Friday's Journal. Anderson is director of the Iowa Department of Transportation's Transportation Development Division.

                Warming Shelter Assistant Director Shayla Becker's name was incorrect in photo cutlines under the story headlined "The Warming Shelter faces issues amid pandemic" that appeared on page A1 in Sunday's Journal.

                In addition to all the sports success, the marching band continued its strong tradition and won three competitions this fall and the reader's theatre group qualified for state Oral Interpretation Festival.

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                After a one-day trial, a jury on Tuesday found Jose Montes-Topete, 26, not guilty of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance, distribution of a controlled substance and possession with intent and aiding and abetting another in the possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

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