• In last week’s Shelburne News, Senior Firefighter Dan Ericson was on the roof of the Pierson Library in a training exercise. He was misidentified in a photo caption. • Also, in last week’s edition Sgt. Josh Flore’s rank was incorrect. • The Aug. 30 Notable Neighbor feature referred to a class in the Mercy… Read More »
• In last week’s Shelburne News, Rotarian Al Gilbert was cooking hot dogs and hamburgers at the Shelburne Day market. He was misidentified in the photo caption. • Art therapist Lisa Myers has supported efforts to license art therapists in Vermont, however no licensure requirement exists yet. A story in last week’s Shelburne News implied… Read More »
• Chris Robinson is Shelburne’s water quality superintendent. In a story in the Aug. 9 Shelburne News about sewer-line work on Harbor Road, Robinson’s title was incorrect. • Turnout in Vermont’s primary election in August 2016 was 26.5 percent of the state’s 453,405 voters. The percentage was incorrect in a story in last week’s Shelburne… Read More »
Last week’s edition incorrectly stated where Shelburnewood Mobile Home Park is located. It is located on Shelburnewood Drive off U.S. Route 7 in Shelburne Village.
Yoga Roots in Shelburne has expanded to Williston with a new second studio. A story in last week’s Shelburne News was unclear about the business locations.
CORRECTION: This item is updated from the print edition to note that this is a second location for Yoga Roots. Yoga Roots yoga studio has opened a second studio in Kismet Place in Williston’s Blair Park, where it will continue its donation yoga classes. An early effort already has raised $500, split between the Williston… Read More »
In an article on May 24, the name of Shelburne Town Manager Search Committee Co-Chairman Roger Preis was misspelled.
State Rep. Kate Webb, a Democrat, represents Shelburne in the Vermont House. Her district was incorrect in last week’s Shelburne News.
Lee Krohn recently completed a temporary assignment as interim zoning administrator for the Town of Charlotte. A story in the Shelburne News last week was incorrect regarding Krohn’s availability for the interim town manager position in Shelburne.
Joan Lenes served in the State Legislature from January 2007 until January 2017. A story in the March 22 Shelburne News was incorrect.