It is correct as it stands. Here’s why: Today is a singular noun. The rule for making most singular nouns possessive is to add an apostrophe and an s.
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In So CA the phrase ‘on the yard’ is in use. When I say ‘in the yard’ I am corrected. I am told New Yorkers say ‘on line’ which is wrong.
However, one stands on an imaginary line , but gets into line. NY’ers understand that.
I cannot ever see a usage for ‘on the yard’ as correct. will let them know that too.