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The Galveston County Daily News: Corrections

August 24, 2016

Corrections

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Correction

The University of Texas Medical Branch was inadvertently omitted from a listing of educational institutions published Sunday in a special advertising section called “Destination Galveston County.”

  • icon Posted: August 17

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Monday 08/15/2016
Correction
Posted: August 15, 2016

An article on page A1 of the Aug. 6 edition about a West End automobile accident incorrectly reported which vehicle was on the wrong side of FM 3005. A Subaru Forester was traveling in the wrong lanes of divided FM 3005.

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Thursday 08/04/2016
Corrections
Posted: August 04, 2016

• A story published on A1 of Saturday’s edition of The Daily News incorrectly reported the ages of two people injured in a car accident on Bolivar Peninsula. The two boys in the car were 15 and 16.

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Monday 08/01/2016
Clarification
Posted: August 01, 2016

• A story on B1 of Monday’s edition was incorrectly attributed. The story about William LaRue was written by Rebecca Sauer.

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Friday 07/29/2016
Clarification
Posted: July 29, 2016

Two telephone messages left Wednesday for League City City Manager Mark Rohr by a Daily News reporter didn’t specify that comment was being sought for an article appearing Thursday on page A1

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Correction
Posted: June 29, 2016

An applause headline on page C2 of the Wednesday edition misidentified the Catholic school that had received a donation. The school was Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Texas City.

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Thursday 06/23/2016
Correction
Posted: June 23, 2016

An article on page A1 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly reported the gender of a child who drowned Wednesday evening in League City. The child was a boy.

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Sunday 06/19/2016
Correction
Posted: June 19, 2016

• An article on page A1 of Saturday’s edition incorrectly reported the first name of Galveston school board President Matthew Hay.

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Saturday 06/18/2016
Correction
Posted: June 18, 2016

• The editorial under Our View on page B4 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly reported and understated the amount Galveston residents would have to pay for curbside recycling services. The amount is undetermined, but probably would be at least $5 a month, city officials said.

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Sunday 06/05/2016
Clarification
Posted: June 05, 2016

The use of only part of a quote from Galveston City Councilman Ralph McMorris in an article appearing on page A1 Friday may have conveyed an inaccurate tone.

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