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Subscriber onlySafety Deon Edwards of Clermont Lake Minneola High School in Minneola, Fla., orally committed Wednesday to play football for the University of Arkansas. A headline on a story that ran in Thursday's edition incorrectly stated the state where Edwards lives. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyA federal judge found the Department of Homeland Security's policy of detaining children with their mothers after they have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border violated an 18-year-old court settlement. A story in Sunday's editions, relying on inaccurate information from The Associated Press, erroneously reported which federal agency was violating the 1997 settlement that barred children from being held in unlicensed secure facilities. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyUS Bank is the trustee for an unidentified owner that holds trust preferred securities in Acme Holding Co., parent company of Allied Bank of Mulberry. An article in Sunday's editions incorrectly identified the federal government as the owner of the trust preferred securities. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyThe Old Fort Homeless Coalition raised $2.9 million for the purchase of the building and first-phase renovation cost for the Riverview Hope Campus for homeless services south of downtown Fort Smith, coalition member Ken Pyle said. The amount raised was incorrectly reported in Saturday's editions. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyRobert Johnston, former legislator and chairman of the state Public Service Commission, first met former President Bill Clinton while the two were Rhodes scholars in 1968. The scholars program was misidentified in a story in Sunday's edition about Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech at a fundraiser in North Little Rock. Continue reading...

Getting it straight

Subscriber onlyThe Old Fort Homeless Coalition raised $2.9 million for the purchase of the building and first-phase renovation cost for the Riverview Hope Campus for homeless services south of downtown Fort Smith, coalition member Ken Pyle said. The amount raised was incorrectly reported in Saturday's editions. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyThe lawyers who successfully sued to overturn Arkansas' ban on gay marriage have petitioned the court to be awarded a total of between $441,573 and $828,878 for their time and expenses. Continue reading...