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Subscriber onlyReveille IX, a female collie, is the mascot of Texas A&M University. Because of incorrect information from The Associated Press, the wrong Roman numerals were used in the dog's name in a photo caption published Sunday. Continue reading...

Getting it straight

Subscriber onlyThe Square to Square Bike Ride will be Sept. 12. Registration is at fayetteville.onlinesignup.org. An article in Monday's Style section misstated the date of the event and the registration website. Christina Brewer, 27, of Bentonville died in a head-on collision on an Interstate 40 exit ramp Friday night in Lonoke County. Because of incorrect information from the Arkansas State Police, an incorrect hometown for Brewer was included in an article about the collision in Sunday’s newspaper. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyThe International Atomic Energy Agency struck a side deal to allow Iran to use its own inspectors to investigate the nuclear activities at Parchin, a military site where nuclear weapons work may have occurred, and report its findings back to the energy agency. An Associated Press story about the deal in the Aug. 20 editions incorrectly described the nature of the Parchin site. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyThe USS Hoga tugboat was present during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The USS Razorback submarine was present at the official Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay on Sept. 2, 1945. A photo caption Friday incorrectly described the Hoga's place in World War II history. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Freedom of Information Act covers public officials and public employees, governmental agencies and entities wholly or partially supported by public funds or expending public funds. An article on a lawsuit involving Arkansas Children's Hospital in Tuesday's editions incorrectly described the scope of the law. In addition, a photo published Wednesday showed a Mississippi kite adult on the left feeding a juvenile in Maumelle. The birds were misidentified in the photo caption. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyThe Most Rev. Anthony Taylor is bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock. Also, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is in North Little Rock. An article in Wednesday's edition about tickets to see Pope Francis in Washington, D.C., incorrectly described the territory over which Taylor has authority and misidentified Immaculate Conception's location. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyDavid's Burgers will be opening a location in the east end of the River Market's Ottenheimer Market Hall in Little Rock. An item in the Transitions column of the Weekend section in Thursday's editions incorrectly reported its location. Also, food trucks will gather for "Patio on Park Hill," 5-8 p.m. Thursday at the Lakehill Shopping Center on John F. Kennedy Boulevard in North Little Rock. The column included an incorrect day for the event. Continue reading...