Correction — May 17, 2017

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A reader has pointed out some players’ names were omitted in the captions under the photos of the Priest River Town Team basketball players that ran in the Times’ April 12 edition with Bud Robinsons’ story, “Recalling the Vets’ glory days. On the front page of the newspaper, those pictured were: Back row, l-r, Al Ricci, LeRoy Brillon, Norman Moriniti, Jack Dieterick, Frank Leader, Wayne Phillips, Kenny Armstrong. Kneeling in front, Bud Robinson, Lyle Plett, Jim Krizenesky, and Al Shawgo. Robinson was coach and Shawgo.

In the photo inside, on page 8, Shawgo and Robinson are kneeling in front with the basketball. Behind them, standing, are Jim Krizenesky, Les Wylie, Lyle Plett, Everett Campbell, Jim Low, and Floyd Wylie.

The Times regrets the errors.

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