The word “occurrence” was misspelled in a headline on Page A1 Tuesday.
A photograph on Page A1 Thursday incorrectly described law enforcement officers who were pictured booking a Bloomington woman into jail. The law enforcement officers were officials with the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office.
Greg Bonewald, the deputy superintendent of Victoria school district, wrote the School Matters column on Page A2 Monday. The wrong person was credited with writing the column.
Big Tex Fireworks Stand is located on the corner of Southwest Moody Street and Timber Road in Victoria. The location was incorrect in a story on Page A1 on Wednesday.
The top photos from the Victoria Photography Club 2021 Annual Photography Contest will go on display at the Victoria Mall Aug. 14-21. The dates were incorrect in a story on Page A3 Tuesday.
Dr. Robert Zboril is the owner of Zboril Dental Center. The name of his business was wrong on Page 9 of the Business Review special section, which published Sunday.
On Tuesday, the Victoria Advocate reported that the Victoria Police Department’s budget for personnel costs is set to increase by $700,000 in part due to the implementation of Phase II of the Compensation Pay Plan, while the Victoria Fire Department will only see a net increase of $5,000.
The National Guard is holding a vaccine clinic at Christ's Kitchen with help from Wesley nurses at First United Methodist Church and Webster Chapel on July 8. A story on A1 of Saturday's newspaper incorrectly listed the assisting entity.
A Victoria County grand jury declined to indict Kimberly Hoff, 31, of Yoakum, on capital murder charges related to the 2018 deaths of Victoria residents Michelle Johnson, 31, and Dward Kitchens, 34. Instead, Hoff was charged on two counts of tampering with physical evidence, which remain pen…
Calhoun County parks board chairman Allan Berger kicked off public review of the Green Lake project at a meeting last Thursday. The day was incorrect in a story on Page A1 Saturday.
Jason Montemayor is a special operations supervisor with U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Montemayor’s name was spelled incorrectly in a story on Page A1 Friday and photo captions on Page A1 Thursday.
Stephen Sprencel, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps, Roy Aubrey Arnot, who served in the Army, and Clarence Spearman, who also served in the U.S. Army, were left off the list of veterans who were honored at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony. The list of those honored started on Page A1 Tuesday.
A Seadrift activist was arrested Wednesday at a Galveston protest against the dredging of Matagorda Bay. A story on Page A1 in Saturday’s newspaper included a headline that misspelled Seadrift.
The University of Houston-Victoria has 4,931 students enrolled. An article on Page 22 in the Victoria Advocate’s special 175th anniversary section on Sunday was less precise about the number of students.
State Rep. Geanie Morrison, R-Victoria, is the longest serving Republican woman in the Texas House of Representatives. Senfronia Thompson, D-Houston, is the longest serving woman in the State House. She was first elected in 1972. Information on Page 28 of the Advocate’s anniversary section g…
Natalia Ruiz is the daughter of Theresa Gutierrez. Ruiz's last name was wrong in a story on Page 20 of the Advocate's special anniversary section on Sunday.
Beth M. Koonce, a certified financial planner professional for KMH Wealth Management, wrote this week about making quarterly payments to estate plans. Stephanie Moreno, the executive director of the South Texas Energy & Economic Roundtable (STEER) wrote about topics STEER recommends watc…
Interested candidates cannot file for a place on the ballot for Victoria’s District 3 City Council special election until the election is officially called. Officials anticipate the election will be called May 11, meaning those interested could begin filing Wednesday. A story on Page A1 Tues…
Property owners over 65, who qualified for the homestead tax exemption, can see school tax increases if major renovations have been done to the home. A story on Sunday's A1 was incorrect.
A Victoria Advocate editorial on Page A5 Wednesday about traffic safety was in support of two median projects. The editorial’s last paragraph incorrectly stated that opinion.
The headline on the UHV column by Abran Rodriguez, Ph.D., should have read “Tips for parents: academically and socially supporting a child with disabilities.” The headline that was published on Page A2 April 6 did not clearly summarize the message in the column.
A Yoakum home recently awarded a historical marker after its owner Michael Machalec and his friend Steve Holifield renovated it currently has a sale pending. A correction on Page A2 Saturday was not clear about this.
When Michael Machalec and his friend Steve Holifield were renovating the Dempsey Benton Cain House in Yoakum they removed the vinyl siding and sanded down the cypress wood beneath it. The home, which was awarded a state historical marker, is not for sale. These two points were incorrect in a…
You can sponsor a brick for the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 898’s new memorial by mailing a donation of $50 to VVA, P.O. Box 1111, Victoria, Texas 77902. The chapter’s address was incorrect in a story on Page A2 Friday.
The Catholic War Veterans St. John’s Post 1269 meets at 1007 S. Main St. the second Tuesday of each month. The meeting begins with muster at 6 p.m. and is followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. For more information, contact Post Commander Juan Benavidez at 361-218-6568. This information was liste…
Purina Mills, owned by Land O’ Lakes, is a supplier for Northside Ranch Pet & Garden Center in Victoria. A story on Page B1 Sunday did not specify which Purina brand was the supplier.
Fire destroyed a Yoakum house about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. A story on Page A2 in Thursday’s newspaper about the fire incorrectly listed the fire’s date and time.
Sunday’s newspaper incorrectly published the wrong content on Page B2 and did not include the Viewpoints page. To read Sunday’s Viewpoints Page, turn to Page A13 in Monday’s newspaper.
Alexandra Degollado is the owner of the Faded Smoke Shop in Port Lavaca. Her name was incorrectly spelled on Page A6 of Thursday’s paper.
State Rep. Geanie Morrison, R-Victoria, will serve on the Environmental Regulation, Appropriations and Redistricting Committees in the Texas House of Representatives during the 87th Texas Legislature. A story on Page A2 Tuesday did not correctly identify the Environmental Regulation Committe…
Victoria County resident Sandy Zimmer has spent much of her free time outdoors during the pandemic. A story than ran on A1 Tuesday incorrectly described how Zimmer spends her time.
Greg Bonewald, deputy superintendent of operations for the Victoria school district, wrote the Schools Matter column on Page A2 Monday. The column misidentified the author.
Victoria’s annual Point-in-Time Count, which attempts to capture the number of homeless community members in the area, includes people living in housing that is considered uninhabitable — not everyone living in substandard housing. A story on Page A1 Friday was unclear about the living condi…
Victoria school district board member Bret Baldwin wants to make sure the district’s message is represented correctly during bond discussions. His stance on communication was incorrect in a story on Page A6 Wednesday.
Lance Smiga was appointed chief executive officer of the Jackson County Hospital District on Jan. 1. His title was wrong in a story on Page A6 Friday.
A headline published on Page A1 Wednesday was not accurate. The H-E-B pharmacy in Edna distributed all available vaccine as of 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Chance Glenn, provost and vice president of academic affairs for the University of Houston-Victoria, was referencing the riots at the Capitol in story on Page A1 Monday. The quote should have read: “Martin Luther King was noted for his nonviolent protests in contrast to what we are experienc…
Under Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order 32, graveside funeral services that are secular are limited to 10 people in attendance. If a larger number of guests are anticipated, then it has to be approved by the mayor or county judge, depending on where the cemetery is located. Graveside servic…
“Zombie Prom,” is a play put on by Victoria school district students. A subhead on Page A1 Friday should have said the students came from across the district.
On Dec. 20, off-duty Lavaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Dakota Moreno was traveling on Farm-to-Market Road 444 and failed to yield the right of way to a SUV turning left onto the frontage road leading to the entrance ramp of U.S. 59 near Inez, said Sgt. Ruben San Miguel, a spokesman for the Texa…
A list of local vaccine providers published on A1 Tuesday was not accurate. The list included two providers in Jackson County who are not accepting signups for their waitlist at this time. Those providers have been removed from our list.
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