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A Sunday article, “Group buys property near Crater Lake,” should have reported the name of the park purchased by the Crater Lake Natural History Association as Denton Park.

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The day after giving her first official sermon at First United Methodist Church in Klamath Falls, Pastor Helen Mansfield began a week in Chiloquin serving as a team leader working with youth on Sierra Service Project.

The Wednesday, March 6 article “A conflict of codes: Delays to continue at TimberMill Shores,” removed the name of Attorney Michael Spencer on first reference due to a production error. This article has since been corrected online.

The Friday, Jan. 18 article, “Downtown prepares for next round of remodels, projects,” mentions $145,000 in grants from the Oregon Main Street project program. The money comes from a partnership between the city of Klamath Falls ($130,000) and the Klamath Falls Downtown Association ($15,000)…

In the Jan. 4 article, "ODOT plans to make Highway 140 safer," a former Herald & News reporter is incorrectly mentioned as having a car wreck "before" another vehicle crashed in a canal along Highway 97. The reporter's wreck happened after the first, which was discovered to be at least 3…

A Wednesday article titled “Dollar General to occupy Medo-Bel property,” which also included information about a Klamath County commissioner discussion on Kratom use in Klamath County, incorrectly stated that Kratom had not been banned in any state. It has been banned in Alabama, Arkansas, I…