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GETTING IT RIGHT
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GETTING IT RIGHT

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The Greensboro News & Record corrects errors in its news columns that come to its attention. It also publishes in this space appropriate clarifications.

A story in the News & Record reversed the names of a driver convicted of involuntary manslaughter and his victim in a reference to parole prospects. James Curtis Clark of Liberty will probably be eligible for parole in two years and nine months, prosecutors estimate.

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