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Anyone reading Amanda S. Miller‘s fine cover story in this week’s paper (“From Here to Paternity,” 3/16) would see these words at the end of page 23: “They’re at the school to stand guard at the doors of the middle school’s lunchroom and”
Unfortunately, we never learn why those guys are standing at the lunchroom doors. As we were preparing our final pages last night, a last-minute correction a few paragraphs earlier pushed the end of that sentence to the top of page 24, but we still sent the old version of page 24 to the printer.
The sentence should read: “They’re at the school to stand guard at the doors of the middle school’s lunchroom and control the flow of traffic.”
The paragraph that begins at the top of page 24 (“When Jones stops in the main office…”) should then follow. My apologies to Amanda for marring her first cover story and to our readers for leaving them hanging.