In the Talking Tolerance article that appeared in the March 14 issue, the workshops offered by Patricia Fontaine were co-sponsored by the Pierson Library. Also, the featured quote in the story should have been attributed to Patricia Fontaine. The Citizen regrets the errors.
In the curling story that appeared in the Feb. 7 editions of Shelburne News, there was an error regarding who buys the drinks after a match. It is the winners who buy the losers the first round after a game.
• A CVU girls basketball player was misidentified in the Jan. 17 edition. It was Mekkena Boyd with the ball on last week’s sports page. • A reception for new Town Manager Lee Krohn will be held Saturday, Jan. 26 at the town offices. The day was incorrect in the Jan. 17 edition. • The… Read More »
Justin Bissonette is a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School on the wrestling team. Last week’s CVU Winter Sports Preview incorrectly said he had graduated. He’s won two competitions in his class so far this season.
Village Wine and Coffee sits at the intersection of Shelburne Road and Harbor Road. Its location was incorrectly stated in the Nov. 29 edition.
An article Nov. 29 focused on Harbor Place on Shelburne Road, run by the nonprofit affordable housing agency Champlain Housing Trust. The trust defines Harbor Place as a motel for guests to stay while seeking permanent housing elsewhere.
• In a story in the Nov. 15 edition of Shelburne News, Pierson Library’s fundraising numbers were incorrect. As of Monday, the library’s fundraising subcommittee has raised over $1 million, of which $600,000 will reduce the total amount of the project’s bond. The remaining $400,000 will be added to the project’s total spending. • In… Read More »
A new stormwater credit manual for the town of Shelburne has 13 pages. The number was incorrect in last week’s Shelburne News.
Shelburne town officials are considering creating a fee to fund a new stormwater utility. A story in last week’s Shelburne News incorrectly described where they are in that process.
A story in last week’s version of Shelburne News incorrectly interpreted the Oath of Allegiance. Citizens renounce their allegiance to their countries in favor of allegiance to the United States.