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Benefit barbecue correction

The telephone number in a Tuesday Baytown Sun story was incorrect.

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Tuesday 08/09/2011
Correction
Posted: August 09, 2011

In a Sunday story about the proposed Baytown city budget, information about a proposed bonus for city staff was incomplete.

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Thursday 05/19/2011
Corrections
Posted: May 19, 2011

A May 11 story that contended members of the Anahuac City Council voted unanimously to select their new city administrator from a list of five finalists was incorrect. There was one dissenting vote.

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Friday 02/25/2011
Correction for Feb. 25, 2011
Posted: February 25, 2011

An article in Thursday’s edition incorrectly said that people who take advantage of the city court’s warrant amnesty days today and March 4 will have their failure to appear charges waived.

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Wednesday 02/23/2011
Correction for Feb. 23, 2011
Posted: February 23, 2011

A caption which ran on page 3 of the Feb. 22 edition should have read that the Plumwood Eva Maud Garden Club made a donation to Baytown Historical Preservation Association to be used for landscaping projects at the Republic of Texas Plaza Park, located at 5117 North Main. 

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Wednesday 01/26/2011
Correction
Posted: January 26, 2011

John Snelson was not a candidate for the Robert E. Lee High School football coaching job as stated in a sports column.

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Friday 01/21/2011
Correction
Posted: January 21, 2011

The following photo which ran in the Jan. 20 edition of The Baytown Sun had incorrect information in the photo caption.

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Tuesday 01/18/2011
An apology to REL community
Posted: January 18, 2011

To err is human, but to err in newspaper is a little more public, a little more embarrassing and often hurts more people. 

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Thursday 01/13/2011
Corrections
Posted: January 13, 2011

An article in the Jan. 12 edition should have stated that Robert E. Lee High School is rated Academically Acceptable.

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