» Donna Walden was given a chance to wipe her record clean for failing to disclose on her state general excise tax returns nearly $100,000 in commissions and rental income over five years. A summary on Page A1 and a story on Page A6 in yesterday's morning edition
incorrectly stated that Walden had failed to pay nearly $100,000 in federal taxes over five years.
» Public school substitute teacher Jo Jennifer Goldsmith, who supports a claim that the state owes substitute teachers about $65 million in back pay, said, "The salient point in my eyes is we need qualified people to watch the children." She was misquoted in a story on Page A17 Sunday as saying, "We need quality people to watch the children." Also, Goldsmith's letter to the editor in Saturday's Star-Bulletin about substitute teachers' back pay omitted her first name. And an editing error deleted the preposition "for" before the words "27 years," resulting in a grammatical error.
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