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Sheila Bauer, 41, who attended the Life Chain in Victoria on Sunday, said, “We’re making my kids aware that this is an awesome thing to be able to do.” This sentence was incomplete on Page A5 on Monday.

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Claire Croman was traveling north on U.S. 87 toward Cuero when the driver of a 1994 Chevy pickup, Austin Dean Cade, ran a stop sign at Loop 105 and struck her 2005 Subaru. Cade was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign. A story on Page A8 Tuesday incorrectly reported how the crash occurre…

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Eight people spoke against a homeless ordinance during a Victoria City Council meeting on Tuesday, and one person favored the proposed ordinance that would regulate where homeless people can sleep. A story on Page A1 Wednesday was not clear in the breakdown of speakers.

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Thirty-one foster children were treated to haircuts and other back-to-school services during Monday’s Hair-a-Thon at Victoria Beauty College. The number of children served was incorrect in a story on Page A5 on Tuesday.

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The “dry towel” rule, which eliminates the use of liquid cleaners of any kind during a bowling competition, went into effect Aug. 1, 2019. The balance hole rule will go into effect Aug. 1, 2020. This information was unclear in a column on Page C4 on Sunday.

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Acts 17:26 reads, “And God made from one every nation. So God made from Adam every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed times and the boundaries of their habitation, or lands.” The Bible verse number cited in a letter to the editor on Page…

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Gulf Bend Center’s day habilitation program is closing. The existing day habilitation programs in Victoria County, Affectionate Arms Adult Day Health Care Center and Amour, are not affiliated with Gulf Bend and will remain open. The programs’ status was not clear in a story on Page A1 on Monday.

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The descendants of John II and Clara Svrcek Drozd will have a family reunion at 10 a.m. Aug 3 at Moravia Hall, 11135 Farm-to-Market Road 957, in Schulenburg. An announcement on Page A5 Wednesday did not include the date of the event.

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The recipe for waffle batter that published on Page A4 Wednesdaycontained an incorrect measurement.Here is the correct recipe.

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The total proposed city budget for the 2020 fiscal year is about $130 million. A story on Page A1 Thursday listed an incorrect total.

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Nathan Cortinas, who was killed in a Thursday night shooting in Goliad, was 19 years old when he died. He would have turned 20 on Monday. His age was incorrect in stories on Page A1 on Saturday and Monday.

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The first assistant district attorney for Calhoun County, Shannon Slayer, was the lead prosecutor in the capital murder trial of Andrew Ray Flores and Anthony Reyes Serena. He was misidentified in a story on Page A1 Friday. The subheadline on the story was also misleading. District Attorney …

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Community Action Committee of Victoria administers a Housing and Urban Development program sponsored by the city of Victoria to assist low-income customers with their monthly city of Victoria water, sewer and garbage bills. Walk-ins at Community Action Committee, 4007 Halsey St., are welcome…

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The owner of Peaches and Tortilla is Lascena Lee Simmons, and she is married to Matt Simmons. Their last name was incorrect in a story on Page A1 Friday.

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Early voting in Calhoun Countywill be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 22, 24, 26, 29, and 30 and from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 23 and April 25 at the courthouse, 211 S. Ann St.This information was incorrectin a story that published on Page A1 Wednesday.

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The Parkway Church Easter Egg Hunt took place Saturday afternoon. The date was incorrect in photo captions on Pages A1, A3 and A5 Sunday.

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Wednesday’s poll results on Page A2 on the mayoral race showed total number of votes received, rather than percentage of votes. It should have read:

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The Veterans Appreciation Day planned for Sunday in Hallettsville will have bucket draw gifts drawn all afternoon. This information was not clear in a story on Page A2 on Friday.

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