Corrections

  • Mar. 16, 2010 10:00 a.m.

In the March 9 edition where it was stated that the Bentley Generals had advanced directly to the Allan Cup championship. In fact, the Generals will face the winner of the Senior AAA provincial semifinal series between the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs and Stony Plain Eagles with the winner of that series advancing to the Allan Cup.

Also in the March 9 edition, artist and illustrator Georgia Graham was misidentified as Gloria Graham in the headline and picture caption.

In the story regarding the Wines of Bentley who attended the gold medal final of men’s hockey at the Vancouver Olympics, it was incorrectly reported that Ryan Kesler scored late in the third period to tie the game for the Americans. Instead, it was Zach Parise who scored the goal.

The Rimbey Review regrets any confusion the errors may have caused.

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