Errata: 2 pages missing from Sunday’s Herald print edition

We plan to publish that content in coming days. Meanwhile, here’s how to find it online.

Due to a production error, two pages of The Daily Herald were omitted from pages B5 and B6 of Sunday’s print edition. We apologize for the inconvenience and are making plans to publish the omitted content in Tuesday’s edition.

In the meantime, those pages can be viewed at the regular online posting of Sunday’s print edition. (By the way, all of our print editions can be viewed here.)

• The missing page B5 contains obituaries. You can view all Herald obituaries online here.

• The missing B6 is our weekly Viewpoints page. The stories on that page and other opinion content can be found here.

Again, we apologize for the error and expect to print the missing Viewpoints content on Tuesday. The omitted paid obituaries could appear in the print edition as soon as Monday.

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