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Correction

Because of a reporting error, a Page 1C story Friday about six kennels approved by the Noble County Board of Zoning Appeals included incorrect information about what type of permit the Miller family was given.. The Miller family at 6559 W. 900 N., Ligonier, asked to be permitted to keep up to 60 dogs, but the board set a maximum of 15. Also, the name of Pam Sordyl, director of Puppy Mill Awareness of Southeast Michigan, was misspelled.

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