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An article on Page A3 of Wednesday’s edition incorrectly described how a contractor was hired for a downtown electric grid project. Crescent Electric was hired independently by the Lone Star Rally. The business is also the city’s contracted electrician.

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A story on page A1 in Tuesday’s edition should have said the new drainage work at Victory Lakes in League City won’t be lined with concrete, but an existing pond does have some slope paving.

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A letter to the editor on page A5 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly asserted that John Paul Listowski, candidate for Galveston’s District 5 city council position, had, while on the planning commission, voted to abandon some city rights of way on Porretto Beach. Listowski was not a member of …

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A Biz Buzz article on page C1 on Sunday should have said Charles Zwiener was the architect for the original conversion of the American Indemnity building from school to office in the 1950s. Louis Lloyd Oliver designed the curved addition linking the second and third floors of the two wings b…

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The editorial on page A8 of Sunday's edition was published with the wrong byline. It was written by Managing Editor Laura Elder.

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The headline on a news clip from 1989 appearing on page A1 of Sunday's edition incorrectly reported that Clyde Dennis Spence shot his former girlfriend twice. He shot that woman's mother twice.

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An article on page A1 Sunday incorrectly quoted sociology researcher Alicia Raia-Hawlyrak. She said federal protections against bullying need to expand to make up for discrepancies in state laws, not that state and federal laws are too broad. There is no federal law on bullying.

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An article on page A1 Friday should have said that Brett Banfield is a real estate developer.

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An article on A1 of Wednesday’s edition should have identified Terry Thornton as senior vice president and in charge of port operations for Carnival Cruise Lines.

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The image appearing on page B4 Thursday and described as the front page of the newspaper’s first edition, was in fact an image of the eighth edition, which was incorrectly labeled in an archival file.

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An article on page A1 of Friday’s edition incorrectly reported that Eric Lipper, an attorney with the Houston firm Hirsch & Westheimer, didn’t respond to requests for an interview made by email and telephone. He didn’t respond to requests made by phone. No requests were made by email.

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An incorrect photo of Harry K. Davis ran with an A5 story in Thursday’s edition.

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An A1 story in the Feb. 5 issue should have said that one company was looking for a 12-acre site for a $7.5 million investment that would employ 40 workers.

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An article on page A4 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly reported the result of a plea agreement. Alfredo Marroquin, 71, pleaded guilty to sexual assault of a child.

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An article on page A1 of Sunday’s edition incorrectly attributed a quote. A quote about STAAR testing was from Texas City Independent School District Superintendent Cynthia Lusignolo.

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The last word was omitted from a short bibliography appearing at the end of an article on page C1 of Sunday’s edition. The final line should have read: “Paleo For Beginners,” by John Chatham.

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• The photograph below appeared on page C2 of Sunday’s edition with incorrect names in the caption.

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A story on page A1 in Tuesday’s edition should have said that the district attorney dismissed Marcy Dorman’s case.

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In a letter to the editor appearing Thursday, the abbreviation “BLM” should have been interpreted to mean Bureau of Land Management not Black Lives Matter.