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A story in Tuesday’s Review-Journal misstated the status of a contract for a Clark County lobbyist. The contract has yet to be approved by the County Commission, which a month ago approved entering into negotiations with Dan Hart & Associates. The story also misstated the title of Sabra Smith-Newby, who is the county’s director of administrative services.

A story in Tuesday’s Review-Journal misidentified the driver involved in a fatal crash at a bus stop in Las Vegas on Monday. The driver’s name is Steven N. Murray.

A prison sentence handed down to Edgar Hermosillo was incorrect in a Tuesday Review-Journal story. Hermosillo, charged with stealing money from fellow Marines, received an 18-month sentence.

In Monday’s Leftovers column, Kyle Petty was identified as the grandson of Richard Petty and son of Lee Petty. Kyle Petty is the son of Richard Petty and grandson of Lee Petty.

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