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Boat show runs through Feb. 6

The Spokane National Boat Show continues through Sunday, Feb. 6, at the fairgrounds. Due to an editing error, a photo caption in Friday’s newspaper indicated otherwise.

Obituary incorrect

Due to a clerical error, Friday’s obituary for William Holliday listed the wrong funeral chapel location where today’s service will be held. A complete obituary can be found in today’s IN Life section.

McAdoo’s son died on Jan. 16

Due to a reporter’s error, Friday’s story on the first-degree murder charge against Barry Lane McAdoo listed the wrong date for the death of his son, Brandon McAdoo. Brandon died on Jan. 16.

Car auction will be in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The Barrett-Jackson car auction is under way in Scottsdale, Ariz., not Flagstaff as reported in a story Friday.

Estate auction details in error

This Sunday’s auction on Helen South Alexander’s estate at Owen’s Auctions will include fur coats, hats, fabric and many other items from the estate, but no vintage clothing. Due to incorrect information provided to the paper, a story in Friday’s IN Life section reported otherwise. The final date for the vintage clothing sale has not been set yet.

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