In an article April 25, “Suspicious blaze hits Stowe Chiropractic,” Dr. Bradley Rauch wondered if the fire was set as a reaction to an upcoming conference he is organizing. He did not say, as the article paraphrased, that the conference will “decry the health benefits of vaccination.” Rather, he explained later, the intent of the conference is “to empower people with peer-reviewed science regarding protocols that strengthen immune function, brain function and overall improved body function, leading to better health outcomes without the use of medication.”


An article April 11 about the Helen Day Art Center’s annual gala mistakenly said the event’s theme “represented the library’s growth and rebirth.” The library and art center share a building, but the theme belonged only to the Helen Day Art Center. Also, the gala was at the Lodge at Spruce Peak, not the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.

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