Get­ting it straight

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -

As a mat­ter of pol­icy, the North­west Arkansas Demo­crat-Gazette will pub­lish cor­rec­tions of er­rors in fact that have been printed in the news­pa­per.

The cor­rec­tions will be made as soon as pos­si­ble af­ter the er­ror has been brought to the at­ten­tion of the edi­tor at (479) 872-5168.

The state and the plain­tiffs in an on­go­ing law­suit over a sec­tion of the state’s amended anti-loi­ter­ing law are seek­ing a stay of pro­ceed­ings while the 8th U.S. Cir­cuit Court of Ap­peals con­sid­ers an ap­peal of a judge’s pre­lim­i­nary in­junc­tion block­ing en­force­ment of the law. At­tor­neys for both sides aren’t ask­ing that the or­der it­self be stayed, as was in­cor­rectly re­ported in a story and head­line in Thurs­day’s edi­tions. The state con­tin­ues to be pro­hib­ited from en­forc­ing the law.

Isaac Henry, di­rec­tor of North Lit­tle Rock’s Fit 2 Live pro­gram, said he plans to run as a Demo­crat for the state House District 37 seat. Henry’s po­si­tion in city govern­ment was re­ported in­cor­rectly in a head­line in Thurs­day’s edi­tion.

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