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Correction: Pope Francis misquote
12/15/2014 - Due to an error by the wire service, Saturday's People column in the News section incorrectly attributed a quote to Pope Francis. 

Correction: Cottle Park not yet open
12/15/2014 - A story in Sunday's Local News section incorrectly reported that Martial Cottle Park is open to the public. While a dedication ceremony was held at the park Saturday, it will not be open for public access for four to six weeks because the rainy weather has delayed the completion of park features. 

Setting the record straight: Headline on San Jose Earthquakes story
12/12/2014 - A headline in Thursday's Sports section on a San Jose Earthquakes story incorrectly identified Jason Hernandez's nationality. He was born in New York and is of Puerto Rican descent.

Correction: San Pablo murder trial
12/12/2014 - A story in Friday's Local News section incorrectly reported that murder defendant Kenneth Byrd told jurors that he agreed to join co-defendant Joseph Ellis in his plans to commit a robbery. Byrd made that statement to police and did not testify at trial.  

Correction: Incorrect age for Joan Buchanan
12/12/2014 - Due to a reporting error, a story in Thursday's Local News section about former Assemblywoman Joan Buchanan announcing her candidacy for the 7th State Senate District incorrectly reported her age. She is 62. 

Correction: No tie to Making Waves Academy
12/12/2014 - Due to an editing error, a story that ran in the Local News section Wednesday about the FBI's queries into the West Contra Costa school district's bond program contained an obsolete affiliation for Anton Jungherr. He no longer works with Making Waves Academy. 

Correction: Sikh Libel Lawsuit
12/05/2014 - A story in the Local News section Friday about a Sikh missionary defeating a libel lawsuit incorrectly reported his name. It is Kulwant Singh. The article also incorrectly attributed comments to Tarlochan Singh. Those comments should have been attributed to Harbans Singh, a pharmacology professor. 

Setting the Record Straight
12/03/2014 - Due to a production error on the Business page Wednesday, highlighted data about Cyber Monday sales should have shown a 17 percent increase to $2 billion in online sales. 

Correction: Dates in Super Bowl story
11/28/2014 - A listing that ran with stories in the Local News section on Tuesday and Thursday about the Santa Clara City Council approving $2 million in Super Bowl events contained two incorrect dates. The day of events before Super Bowl 50 that includes a celebrity flag football game is Feb. 6, 2016, and the actual game is Feb. 7, 2016. 

Correction: Wrong result time in Veterans Day race
11/24/2014 - Due to an error by race organizers, a story in the Local News section Nov. 10 incorrectly reported the recorded finishing time of the winner of the National Veterans Day Run half-marathon in San Jose. Todd Pezer finished in 1:34:22.

Correction, Trinity Center Thanksgiving meal (Walnut Creek)
11/21/2014 - Due to errors in a news release, an item in Friday's Walnut Creek Journal incorrectly reported Trinity Center's plans for its Thanksgiving Day dinner. 

Correction: Mountain View mayor's name
11/11/2014 - Due to a reporting error a story on the front page Tuesday about Google's plans to renovate Moffett Field incorrectly reported the name of Mountain View's mayor. He is Chris Clark.

Setting the record straight: Santa Clara Unified school board election
11/10/2014 - Due to incorrect information from a candidate, a story in the Local News section on Thursday incorrectly said Noelani Sallings, who won a seat last week on the Santa Clara Unified School District board, is the first Asian-American elected to office in Santa Clara. She is the third, but is the first Filipina-American.  

Correction: West County Wastewater District election chart
11/06/2014 - The elections results chart in Thursday's News section incorrectly listed Joel B. Young as a candidate for the West County Wastewater District board. 

Setting the Record Straight: Spelling of Friends of Five Creeks volunteer
11/03/2014 - A story Oct. 31 about the environmental group Friends of Five Creeks misspelled the last name of volunteer John Kinney in some references. 

( Randy McMullen )
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