Because of incorrect information provided to the newspaper, the author of “Somewhere Everyday” was misidentified in the Sunday books column. Verne Patten wrote it.
Developer doesn’t owe more to IRS
A headline in a business story last week implied that developer Harlan Douglass still owed back taxes to the IRS. As the story explained, Douglass had posted a $2 million bond to cover a 1994 tax underpayment. He and the IRS agreed on a lower amount owed, resulting in a refund of part of that bond.
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