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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.