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Production error affects 7,000 Sunday editions

Due to a production error, some obituaries were not published in a number of Sunday editions of The Elkhart Truth.
Posted on May. 21, 2012 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on May. 21, 2012 at 11:59 a.m.

Due to a production error, page A6 of Sunday's (May 20) edition of The Elkhart Truth was not published in approximately 7,000 copies.

The obituaries from Sunday's A6 will be republished in Tuesday's edition of The Elkhart Truth.

All the obituaries appeared on eTruth.com, which wasn't affected by the error.

To request a replacement copy of Sunday's paper, please contact Cindy Clodfelter at 296-5972.

Follow these links online to Sunday's obituary pages:

Sunday's A6

Sunday's A7

Sunday's A6

Sunday's A7



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