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An article in this week’s Kanawha Valley Neighbors section listed the incorrect dates for The Davis Creek Church of the Nazarene’s “Lights of Bethlehem” drive-through nativity. The dates and times are from 6 to 9 p.m. this...


An article in Tuesday’s Gazette misspelled the name of a Charleston preacher. His name is Rev. Ricardo Flippin.

Correction: Dec. 7, 2014

A Sunday Gazette-Mail story about Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and McKesson Corp. misstated the job title of Richie Heath. Heath is a deputy attorney general.

Correction: Dec. 5, 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — An article in Friday’s Gazette on a speech by Sen. Jay Rockefeller misidentified the home state of Sen. Mike Enzi. He is from Wyoming.

Correction: Nov. 18, 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — An article in Tuesday’s Gazette incorrectly described how state Supreme Court Administrator Steve Canterbury and State Police Col. Jay Smithers were dismissed from a lawsuit filed by Robert Woodruff over claims...


The graphic listing trick-or-treat hours in Thursday’s Gazette was incorrect for the town of Belle, and Mount Hope’s hours were omitted. Trick-or-treat hours for the town of Belle were 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Mount...


The incorrect address and phone number was listed for Kenco Farms in the article, “A Ferment Desire: Vintners and distillers anxious to blaze a trail,” in the Sunday Gazette-Mail. The address is 1414 Centralia Road in Sutton, and the...


A story in the Oct. 8 Gazette mischaracterized an order by Kanawha Circuit Judge James Stucky in a lawsuit over a mine near Kanawha State Forest. Stucky ordered a hearing over whether the state Department of Environmental Protection violated the law...

Correction: Oct. 10, 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A story in Friday’s Gazette about Charleston YWCA Executive Director Debby Weinstein receiving the national Characters Unite award gave the wrong date for the award ceremony. It will be Thursday at 5 p.m. at the...


In a story Oct. 5 about the West Virginia U.S. Senate race, The Associated Press reported erroneously Natalie Tennant’s position on the Affordable Care Act. Tennant is in favor of a provision that says patients cannot be denied insurance...


An incorrect date for the opening lecture of the Holocaust Remembered: Witness and Legacy series was listed in Sunday’s Gazette-Mail. The correct date for the Michael Berenbaum lecture, “Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Genocide,...

An article in Thursday’s Gazette incorrectly identified Secretary of State Natalie Tennant’s position on the State Election Commission. She is a member of the commission, not the chairwoman.

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