In a Sunday story about the proposed Baytown city budget, information about a proposed bonus for city staff was incomplete.
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.
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.
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.
John Snelson was not a candidate for the Robert E. Lee High School football coaching job as stated in a sports column.
The following photo which ran in the Jan. 20 edition of The Baytown Sun had incorrect information in the photo caption.
To err is human, but to err in newspaper is a little more public, a little more embarrassing and often hurts more people.