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On June 13, 2019 the article titled Longmont Welcomes New Sister City: Northern Arapaho of Wind River Reservation in Wyoming indicated that Longmont had added a third sister city. The following correction was added on June 26, 2019:
*Correction* The Northern Arapaho of Wind River Reservation in Wyoming and the City of Longmont are currently exploring the possibility of becoming sister cities. No official steps have been taken to make the declaration official. Longmont’s sister cities remain Chino, Japan and Cuidad Guzman, Mexico.
The January 9, 2019 article titled HGTV’s House Hunters Visits Longmont’s La Momo Maes Bakery stated: “They began with a small store on Kimbark and expanded to their new location on Hover when Romana Cake House went out of business.” It was brought to our attention that the words “went out of business” should have been stated as closed their business. This information was updated on Jan. 22, 2019.
The November 23, 2018 article titled Community Discusses Possible Homeless Shelter included incorrect data concerning the number of homeless. The article originally stated that there were 200-300 homeless in the county and has been updated to reflect that there are 200-300 homeless in Longmont. Additionally, the article stated that 30 agencies were participating in this coalition. That information has been updated to reflect the following, “the coalition is made up of representatives from HOPE and other local non-profits, the City of Longmont and concerned citizens.”
The November 21, 2018 article was orginally printed with this line: “TCS has plans to open a second location in Longmont, Yuma Way, at 900 S. Hover St., Unit A.” It has since come to our attention that this information is incorrect. This article was updated on Nov. 26 to reflect that change.
The November 20, 2018 article titled Lucas meets the Trash Truck Driver included the wrong name when referring to the City of Longmont’s waste disposal deparment. That department is called Waste Services and was referred to as Waste Management in the article.
The September 13, 2018 article titled The City Of Longmont Proclaims September 17th “Live And Give Day” included the wrong date for Live and Give Day. The article has been updated to reflect that the date was actually September 12, 2018.
The September 12, 2018 article The Face of Homelessness has been amended with the following:
Luis Chavez of SVVSD provided statistics on students suffering from homelessness. Michele Wait, Longmont Senior Services Manager, provided the statistics on the elderly, and Edwina Salazar of the OUR Center and Jackie List of Safe Shelter gave the statistics on families and domestic violence.
To clarify the sentence: “In 2018, one-third of elderly people are homeless for the first time. The biggest reason for this is the increase in housing costs.” It’s not that one-third of the elderly in Longmont are homeless. It’s of the elderly that are homeless, one third are homeless for the first time.
The September 11, 2018 article titled “Morning Brief: SVVSD Hosts Innovation Center Grand Opening” was corrected and updated with the following information: Update/Correction: SVVSD is hosting hours for the community to visit the Innovation Center. The VIP Grand Opening is available by invitation only.
The August 27, 2018 article titled “Morning Brief: Community Conversation on Reducing the Risk of Gun Violence” had the incorrect date posted for the community conversation on Reducing the Risk of Gun Violence. The date in the article stated it was September 21, it has been corrected to read September 12.
The June 27, 2018 article titled “Morning Brief: Longmont Startup Week Hosts Launch Party on June 29” incorrectly stated the wrong address for CoSolve. It was updated to the right address.
The Wednesday, June 20, 2018 article titled “Morning Brief: Target Fire Ruled Arson by Longmont Public Safety” was updated as it contained inaccurate statements. Longmont PD contacted the Longmont Observer and mentioned that the fire at target had not yet been deemed as arson. The Longmont Observer updated the article to reflect that information. The headline was also changed to “Morning Brief: Fire Breaks Out At Longmont’s Target”.
The June 17, 2018 article titled “Morning Brief: Longmont City Council Designated June 23, 2018, as “Vance Brand Airport Day” incorrectly stated that Frank Casares, owner of Mile-Hi Skydiving, was in attendance. He was not there to receive the proclamation. The article was also updated to include the attendance of Brigette Rodriguez, who was in attendance.
The Friday, April 20, 2018 article titled “Longmont Restaurant Week Preview: SAMPLES” was updated to change the name of the restaurant from Samples Bistro to SAMPLES, updated the favorite item from Korean BBQ to Korean BBQ sandwich, and updated to include the correct name of the owners: Mark and Carmen Samples.
On Thursday, January 25, 2018, an article titled, “Colorado Legislative Recap for January 2018, did not include bills sponsored by Lori Saine (R), who is the representative for District 63, which shares part of eastern Longmont.
On Saturday, December 16, 2017, an article titled “St. Vrain Valley School Board Approves Lease for APEX Home School Enhancement Program Building” was published that had inaccurate and misleading information. The SVVSD board had not yet voted on APEX. As such, the article was pulled due to SVVSD not voting on APEX.
The November 8, 2017, article titled “Paceline Elite Performance Gym Now Officially Open” incorrectly stated that the monthly rate was $45. $45 is Elite’s Launch Special/introductory rate for the first month. The article was updated accordingly.
The October 25, 2017, article titled “Aeronautic Program at St. Vrain Valley School District Innovation Center“, was updated to say that The Innovation Center services students of grades of all ages throughout St. Vrain Valley Schools, not just grades 9-12.
The October 13, 2017, article titled “Review: ‘The Rocky Horror Show’ at the Longmont Theatre“, used the wrong name. It is Tim Curry, not Tim Cook.
The August 31, 2017, article titled “Just Ask Bob: What is Happening at Longs Peak and Pace?“, misstated the wrong intersection. It was updated to note the correct intersection/corner, which is Mountain View and Pace.