Wrong page printed in Tuesday's Missourian

Tuesday, February 5, 2008 | 7:56 a.m. CST; updated 3:31 p.m. CDT, Sunday, September 7, 2008

Dear Reader:

If you opened your Tuesday Missourian, you were probably surprised to see a story about John Edwards' campaign stop in Jefferson City. I know I was.

That's because the page you see on Page 4A of Tuesday's Missourian is actually from Jan. 30. We're not sure exactly how this happened as I write this, but we will be investigating why it happened.

In the meantime, let me tell you what you were supposed to get on page 4A of the paper. You can download a copy of the page in PDF form by clicking here.

Or you can click on the headlines below for the stories you should have gotten Tuesday morning. Please accept our apology for the mix-up — we pledge a full investigation into how it happened in an effort to make sure it never, ever happens again.

Hulshof launches bid for governor at airport

College Goal Sunday to help would-be students with financial aid

Two men arrested on suspicion of punching man, stealing gun

Names released in connection to Virginia Avenue garage vandalism

Life story: Romilda Klaus

Life story: Mikel Shane Perkins

Life story: C. Dean Monroe

Jake Sherlock is a news editor at the Columbia Missourian.

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