By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on June 29, 2005 1:45 PM
A story in Tuesday's News-Argus on the Supreme Court's ruling on the displaying the Ten Commandments misquoted Dr. David Hines, the chairman of the Department of Religion at Mount Olive College. Hines' quote should have read: ""When folk who call themselves by the name Christian or Jew begin to live out the tenets of the Ten Commandments daily, then public display will no longer be an issue."
A caption beneath a photograph of a reunion of the Goldsboro High School Class of 1964 that was published in Sunday's News-Argus incorrectly identified the group as the Class of 1941.
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