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Correction

In the Feb. 27 issue of the Sun, a story about the HGTV video submitted as part of that television network’s Home Town Takeover program stated that Cooltucky Creative was paid $2,000 for the work. While $2,000 was earmarked for the video by Versailles Mayor Brian Traugott, Cooltucky Creative is only charging $1,000. Monday, Traugott said he hadn’t received the bill yet, but was happy the project came in well under budget and would ask the Woodford Tourist Commission to spend the remainder on something benefiting the city. The Sun regrets the error.

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