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Sports, Feb. 28: An earlier version of this story about Port St. Joe's victory over Madison County gave an incorrect name for the Port St. Joe coach. It is Kenny Parker.

News, Feb. 25: An earlier version of this story about FAMU's Center for Access and Student Success had FAMU President Larry Robinson's name spelled incorrectly in a photo caption.

News, Feb. 24:An earlier version of this story体育在线365 about a feature film being shot in Georgia misspelled the town of Tifton.

News, Feb. 20: An earlier version of this 25 Women announcement incorrectly listed the job title for Monique Ellsworth. She is CEO of Second Harvest.

News, Feb. 18: A story about Envision Credit Union's art contest misspelled the name of its spokesperson. Her name is Kelli Walter.

News, Feb. 17: A story in Monday’s paper gave the wrong time reference for the death of Burt Reynolds. He died on Sept. 6, 2018.

News, Feb. 11:  A story about voter registration in Leon County jail gave an incorrect deadline. Voters who want to register in time to vote in Florida's presidential preference primary must register by Tuesday, Feb. 18. 

TLH Local, Feb. 2: Some names were duplicated and the following winners were omitted from a chart on the Tropicana Speech Contest in Monday’s TLH Section: Grayson Stevens, Most Humorous, Christ Classical Academy; Nico Johnson, Best Inspirational, Fairview Middle School; Christian Ferguson, Best Persuasive, Woodville School; and Saniya Woodson, Best Informative, R. Frank Nims Middle School.

News, Feb. 2: Sunday’s story about honorable mention nominees for Person of the Year contained inaccuracies about Georgia Cappleman. Her title in the state attorney’s office is assistant state attorney, and she is vice president and resource development chair for Refuge House. The story also incorrectly said she prosecuted Henry Segura.

News, Feb. 1: A story about the coronoavirus gave incorrect information. The Tallahassee International Airport recorded 582 passengers in three-quarters of 2019 to Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) and 3,769 passengers to Toronto.

News, Feb. 1: A Saturday front page story about a racist robocaller体育在线365 who was fined $13 million by the FCC incorrectly identified the state he lives in. He is from Idaho.


TLH Local, Jan. 26: A Sunday story about the exhibit “A Witness to History” listed an incorrect address. The correct address is TCC Center for Innovation, 300 W. Pensacola St.

News, Jan. 26: In a photo on page 3A Sunday, Realtor Kevin Davis was misidentified. The caption is correct in the photo on below.


TLH Local, Dec. 28: In a photo on the cover of the TLH section Saturday, Jeannie Becker-Powell was misidentified. The caption is correct in the photo below.

News, Dec. 27:体育在线365 In a Friday story with local reactions to Maj. Lawrence Revell being named the new police chief, Taylor Biro was expressing her own view and not speaking on behalf of her future employer, the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence.

TLH Local, Dec. 27: 体育在线365Eve on Adams will have a $25 cover for its New Year’s Eve celebration. A story in Friday’s Limelight had incorrect information about the event.

News, Dec. 21:  A story on Dec. 21 about an archaeologist studying Indian mounds体育在线365, Marty Menz, misstated his university affiliation. He is working toward his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan​.

News, Dec. 17: The photo caption accompanying the story on page 4A of Wednesday’s paper incorrectly identified the location of the Jackson Bluff dam. It is on Lake Talquin. The caption was correct online.

News, Dec. 16: In Monday’s Campus Notes体育在线365, Professor John Kelsay’s name was spelled incorrectly.

MAY 2019

News: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the Patients Savings Act HB 1113 applied to the state insurance group plan when the Act authorizes the Office of Insurance Regulation to allow such programs. Also, the earlier version failed to note that the Department of Management Services publicized the state’s shared-savings programs with 77 in-person presentations and webinars. 

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