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Circumstances of injury misstated

Brent King, a competitor in the National Veterans Wheelchair Games, was injured on the obstacle course used for the Best Ranger Competition at Fort Benning, Ga., but wasn’t participating in that competition and never went through Ranger training. He was competing against fellow infantry soldiers in a timed event. A story on Sunday’s Sports cover contained incorrect information on the circumstances of King’s injuries. Also, the story mistakenly portrayed him as a “standout” on his Davenport High School football team, when, in fact, he played only one year.

Incorrect date given for fur trade encampment

The Living History Fur Trade Encampment took place last month; an incorrect date was listed in Thursday’s Family calendar.

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Ethics Commission: Mayor David Condon honest in handling of Frank Straub questions

UPDATED: 8:09 p.m.

The final complaint targeting Mayor David Condon for his handling of the ouster of former Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub was unanimously dismissed by the city’s Ethics Commission on Wednesday, who said the complaint was fueled by opinions, not facts or evidence presented by former City Council President Joe Shogan.