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City officials have said that building a new Station 5 would be $2 million, part of an $8.5 million plan to renovate or replace the seven fire…

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HSHS St. Mary's Christmas Stars pays tribute to a loved one, living or deceased. That information was unclear in the brief that ran in the Sat…

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The Decatur Township Board of Trustees meets at 6 p.m. today at its offices, 1620 S. Taylorville Road. The time was incorrect in the meeting c…

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An erroneous quote was misattributed to Becky Hamilton, the former president of the Mount Zion Chamber of Commerce, in the story "Mt. Zion gat…

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The Navy report referenced in the editorial “Navy report depressing, important,” in the Our View section of Monday, Nov. 6, Dialogue, stemmed …

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Former Decatur police Chief Mark Barthelemy will release his book about the history of the Decatur Police Department at 1 p.m. Oct. 26 at the …

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There have been six homicides in Decatur in 2017. The article “Gunshot kills 2-year-old child” in Sunday’s Herald & Review incorrectly inc…

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An incorrect cutline ran with a photo on D1 of the Thursday, Oct. 12, Herald & Review. The cutline should have read, "Tyler Bowlin, as Mr.…

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Brian Burcham provided a semi truck of food to the WSOY Community Food Drive, surprising his grandson Bryan Burcham II. The names were transpo…

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Ryan D. Waters is one of two men charged with the murder of 22-year-old Zachary Hubbartt of Windsor. Waters' middle initial was incorrect in t…

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The World War II Memorial in front of the Decatur Civic Center was misidentified in photo captions accompanying the story "Facing tragedy with…

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Roger E. Walker was misidentified in the headline of story "Illinois 48 named after Robert E. Walker" on Page A1 of the Saturday, Oct. 7, Hera…

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The score of Mount Zion's game with Taylorville was reported incorrectly in the story, "Mount Zion's offense sputters in loss," on Page B5 of …

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The photo captions for Thurgood Marshall and 'The Twilight Zone' were under the wrong photos in the Herald & Review Almanac. PPG is locate…

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The Natural Resources Defense Council was misidentified in the Sunday story "Project safety stores carbon" on the front page of Sunday's Heral…

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The Chicago Cubs lost their game on Sunday, Oct. 1, against Cincinnati. The result was incorrect in a photo caption in "Cubs lose, but focus o…

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The highest lead concentration in the water at Sangamon Valley East School was 73 parts per billion in a sink in the prekindergarten room. The…

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Councilman Pat McDaniel's comment about "tree huggers" took place in an interview on a separate day, and not during the council meeting. The c…

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In the Saturday, September 16 issue of the Decatur Herald-Review, the final score between Shelbyville and Tuscola was incorrectly reported. Tu…

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Schoolchildren must have had their immunizations complete by Friday, Sept. 15, to be in school. The date was incorrect in a brief on page A3 o…

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The Decatur Power Tumblers have been part of the Decatur Family YMCA since 2016. Their affiliation was incorrect in "100 reasons to love the D…

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Chuck Kuhle's last name was misspelled in the headline and under a photo with a story that appeared in the Sports section of Saturday's Herald…

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Henry David Thoreau was the design inspiration Craig Dongoski's wind harp. The design information was incorrect in "In tune with nature," in T…

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The girlfriend of a suspect in the Demesheo M. Lovelace homicide searched the internet for information but did not provide his location to the…

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The final line of the story "Alexander joins Illini hoops staff" on B1 of the Saturday, July 8, Herald & Review was omitted. The last para…

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The Dan K. Thomasson column titled “Room for Confederate soldiers?” in the Tuesday, June 27, edition, included the phrase “millions of America…

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In the June 23 story, “Hearing set in selection of special prosecutor for Jay Scott investigation”, it said "the Moultrie County State’s Attor…

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The Kablooey Group Cabaret show will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 16, on the third floor of the Madden Art Center. The incorrect date was publ…

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Radford's Run Wind Farm is west of U.S. 51 in northern Macon County near Maroa. The site of the wind farm was incorrect in "Legal woes linger …

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In the Sunday, May 28 paper, it should have stated that state pole vaulters Andrew and Alex McWhorter were from Teutopolis. The Herald & R…

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The Korean War Veterans Association Charles Parlier Chapter 24 is hosting a Memorial Day Service on Monday in Decatur. The name of the chapter…

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The cutlines that appeared with the story “Puppy puzzler project” in the Saturday, May 13, Herald & Review were placed with the wrong phot…

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U.S. Preventive Services Task Force does not have a recommendation for screening for colorectal cancer for people 85 and older. Information wa…

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Former Decatur police Chief Brad Sweeney is getting $30,000 as part of an agreement with the city. The information was incorrect in the “Week …

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Ash Avenue west of U.S. 51 in Decatur is a 30-mph zone. The information in the Dec. 19 story headlined "Decatur council seeks traffic study ah…

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The earth’s furthest point from the sun (aphelion) occurs in early July, while the closest point (perihelion) is coming up in early January. I…

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Marvin T. Murphy is the 10th homicide of the year in Decatur. He was misidentified in "Leaders seeking solutions to violence" in Wednesday's H…

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Maroa is a city. The form of government was incorrect in "2017: A year to build upon" in Monday's Herald & Review. 

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A city traffic study showed that 250 to 300 cars travel each direction on West Ash Avenue from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., the peak hour each day. The …

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A total of 14 parking spaces would need to be removed on both sides of West Ash Avenue to allow for development of a shopping center. The numb…

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A photo accompanying the What's Ahead list of events with the Dec. 28 Calendar page showed a Millikin University choir performance with inform…

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The History Corner photo on page B6 of Saturday's Herald & Review shows 1984 Argenta-Oreana High School baseball team members, from left, …

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Colleen Brinkoetter moved to Decatur from Geneva, Illinois. Her previous residence was incorrect in "Newcomers no more" on the front page of M…

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