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  • Corrections
    • Because of incorrect information provided to the Journal Gazette, the Fort4Fitness winners list on Page 1C Sunday contained an error. Bridget Niezer has been named the winner of the women’s 10K run/walk with a time of 42:17.
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    Because of a copy editor’s error, the headline for a story on Page 1C Friday incorrectly said how many charges two former Wal-Mart employees face in thefts from the company.
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    •Because of an Associated Press error, incorrect information was included in a story about the use of drones in filmmaking on Page 9W in Friday’s editions. BP had previously been granted a permit for commercial drone flights.


Because of incorrect information provided to The Journal Gazette, a story on Page 1C Wednesday about Trine University’s physician assistant program included an incorrect enrollment number for the University of Saint Francis physician assistant program.

Saint Francis’s accreditation allows the university to enroll up to 78 students in the 2 1/2 -year physician assistant program, which averages 26 students in each of three peer groups. The program received more than 500 applications for admission last year, which resulted in Saint Francis admitting fewer than one in 20 applicants in 2013. The program does not have a quota.