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Corrections

A caption with a photo from the Sycamore softball team’s 11-0 win against Rock Falls that appeared on Page 20 of Tuesday’s edition contained…

Correction for March 19

Candidates for the 3rd Ward seat on the DeKalb City Council and those running for seats on the DeKalb District 428 School Board will take pa…

Correction for March 8

The body of Randy W. Lawson, 31, was found Tuesday morning behind Dollar General, 101 Kearney Drive, Genoa. His last name was misspelled in …

Correction for Feb. 22

George McCaskey, chairman of the Chicago Bears, was the keynote speaker at the Genoa Chamber of Commerce dinner Wednesday night. His last na…

Correction

The story about the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Celebration Dinner that appeared on page 4 of Friday’s Daily Chronicle incorrectly s…

Correction for Dec. 19

Cynthia Carpenter, finance director for DeKalb School District 428, said the original levy request brought before school board Nov. 20 would…

Correction for Dec. 6

DeKalb City Council elections are partisan, although candidates traditionally run as independents. A story on page 2 of the Wednesday editio…

Corrections for Dec. 4

• A story on page 2 of Monday's Daily Chronicle incorrectly identified the site of a fatal crash Saturday night in the 500 block of West Hil…

Correction for Nov. 21

DeKalb interim City Manager Raymond Munch announced during a meeting Tuesday night that the city had discovered a $1.8 million deficit in it…

Correction for Oct. 15

St. Olaf Ben Van Wienen was a DeKalb native. A story on page 26 of the Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, Daily Chronicle misstated his hometown.
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