Correction

A story in Friday’s Times Observer reported that a bench warrant had been issued for the arrest of Stephan Pillars of Warren for failure to appear in court. Online court records confirmed on Friday that Pillars had signed a waiver and that the bench warrant should not have been issued.

Correction

An On The Record item published in Tuesday’s Times Observer incorrectly listed Dylan Dakota Reynolds as having assaulted a victim outside the Shaw House in Sheffield. Reynolds was the victim in the incident. The corrected item should read: According to Warren-based state police, on Saturday, Oct. 15, at approximately 11:30 p.m., Kelly William Mitchell, 41, of Sheffield, physically assaulted Dylan Dakota Reynolds, 22, of Warren outside of the Shaw House in Sheffield. Charges of simple assault and harassment will be filed through District Justice Glen Carlson’s office.

Correction

An article about Veterans’ Dinner at the Eagles Club inadvertently listed the wrong number for the New Hope Assistance Dogs. The correct number is 726-1620.

Correction

A story in Wednesday’s Times Observer,entitled “Convicted criminals paying twice as Drug Task Force plans auction,” included the incorrect website for the County Drug Task Force Forfeiture Auction at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at Russell Volunteer Fire Department. The correct website is www.warrencountyda.org/publicforfeitureauction.html.

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WASHINGTON (AP) – In a story Oct. 18 about an effort to preserve the ruby slippers from “The Wizard of Oz,” The Associated Press reported erroneously where the slippers are displayed. They are on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, not the National Museum of Natural History.

Correction

In a story in Monday’s Times Observer entitled Fly Fishing For Musky, the angler demonstrating a cast was incorrectly identified as Dave Hagberg. His name is Dave Hegberg. Additionally, it was reported that Patrick Krumenacker helped stock Tionesta Lake with ten 12-inch fish. The line should have read that Krumenacher helped release several hundred 10-to-12-inch fish.