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

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

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

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In a photo caption published Nov. 30, it should have stated that the Trainer’s Drive-In ornament is a fundraiser for the Baytown Historical Preservation Association. 

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The Love INC free Thanksgiving concert will be at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 at Cedar Bayou Baptist Church, 3116 N. Alexander Drive. An article in Sunday’s edition had the day of the week wrong, but the date correct.

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In the Tuesday, Sept. 28 edition of The Baytown Sun, a headline incorrectly identified Shirley LaVergne as a teacher. In the story, LaVergne was recognized by Barbers Hill ISD administrators and trustees for her 15 years volunteering as a mentor to BHISD students. She is not a teacher. The S…

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In Tuesday’s newspaper, in a story titled “3 years after explosion, man’s life may change” Houston attorney Jason Gibson’s name was spelled incorrectly.

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On June 1, 2009, The Sun incorrectly reported that Benjamin Boul was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. On June 8, 2009, The Sun again incorrectly reported that Benjamin Boul was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. Mr. Boul was in fact never charg…

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On the cover of the Aug. 25 football preview section, the players on the cover photograph are from left, Sterling’s Jakob McWhirter and Jesse Rodriguez; Robert E. Lee’s Malcolm Ruben and Avery Garcia; and Goose Creek Memorial’s Cody Schumaker and Kendall Wilkerson.

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Lynette Thibodeaux, who is the mother of Chaz Thibodeaux who was featured in an Aug. 11 story in The Baytown Sun, does hold a Master’s Degree. In the story the Sun mistakenly said that Mrs. Thibodeaux was still working on that degree, which is actually required for the position that she hold…

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In a story printed Wednesday, the address of the new Fish On Tackle store was omitted. The store is located at 7714 State Highway 146 and is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays.

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Highlands Elementary was unintentionally omitted from a list of a record nine Goose Creek CISD schools receiving exemplary accountability ratings from the state that appeared in a Sunday story in The Baytown Sun. The school — along with its exemplary rating — was included in a graphic accomp…

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A story on the front page on July 25 was incorrect. The story said Chambers County Commissioners Court were going to considering a tax abatement for Century Terminals, LLC to operate a new barge terminal on Cedar Bayou.

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The photo of the Student of the Week on Page 3A of the Thursday, June 17 edition of The Baytown Sun was incorrect. The corrected photo and advertisement can be found in today’s edition.

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On Page 1A on Wednesday, June 16, the Bay Area Rehabilitation Center was incorrectly identified as the Baytown Rehabilitation Center.The former Baytown Opportunity Center is now part of the Bay Area Rehabilitation Center.

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In a story on Page 1C on Friday, May 28 about the McNeese State-Texas State softball game, Leah Boatright was incorrectly identified as Leah Trousdale.

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The story on Friday, May 21 on Page 3A about the new principal at Lamar Elementary School incorrectly reported the current Lamar principal’s next assignment. Current Lamar Principal Greg Lynd will be the new principal at Cedar Bayou Junior School for the 2010-2011 school year.

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In a photo on Page 5A from the May 8-9 Weekend edition, Carol Pickering was incorrectly identified as Audrey Bryant.

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In a photo from the May 8-9 Weekend edition, Carol Pickering was incorrectly identified as Audrey Bryant. The Sun regrets the error.

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A cutline on the front page of the Thursday, April 8, edition on the Rotary Club of Baytown’s shrimp festival incorrectly identified Dean Evans as David Evans.

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A front page headline in the Wednesday, March 17, edition incorrectly stated a new sports complex would bear the name of a local coaching legend.

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 Lee College will not be serving free hotdogs at the 75th anniversary birthday bash as stated in an earlier press release.

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