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Just a shout-out to the dev team... they got back to me already and have identified the problem (autoformatting of certain types of information) and gave me a workaround:
You shouldn't need to delete the note to fix the sync issue. There is currently a new known issue with Evernote sync that is caused by auto date formatting in iOS. Any notes that have dates that get auto formatted by iOS (such as 10-31-2011) will cause an error with sync. The solution for the time being is to either remove the autoformatted dates or change them to period formatting (10.31.2011) as this format appears to not be causing any issues. Our engineering team is investigating this issue and looking for a fix. I really apologize for the inconvenience.
I've removed the autoformatted text in my notes and will continue to use a modified format until I find out they've fixed it. Also, iOS seems to be autoformatting several other forms of text as well, including times (6:00PM) and days with a number (Monday 24), so be aware. Hopefully they can take care of this soon, but I'm not giving up.