Monday's edition of the Yuma Sun incorrectly reported that the Arizona Community Foundation provides matching money for donations from the San Luis Community Fund to arts, cultural and community programs in San Luis, Ariz. The foundation had provided matching money to establish the San Luis Community Fund, but it does not match donations from th
The front-page story headlined “Grant to provide federal funds for Hotel Del Sol reconstruction,” published in the May 16 edition of the Yuma Sun should have said that the city council approved a development agreement for construction of the Yuma Regional Medical Center cancer center on the southwest corner of property purchased from
A front-page story in Friday's Yuma Sun reporting on the water summit held in Yuma contained inaccurate information about HB 2338, which had been introduced in the Legislature by House Speaker Andy Tobin.After hearing much testimony from water interests in Yuma, Rep. Brenda Barton, chairman of the House Water and Agriculture Committe
An Arizona Capitol Times story headlined “Sen. Shooter could face more charges,” published in the April 26 edition of the Yuma Sun, should have said that school guidance counselor Theresa Dover is not pursuing charges against Shooter. She said information listing her as a victim in a police report is not accurate.Winners
A article that appeared on page A3 in Wednesday's Yuma Sun titled “Man charged with attempted murder” incorrectly stated that Gunnery Sgt. Jose Rodriguez will be administratively separated from the U.S. Marine Corps.At some point in the future, the Marine's command will determine whether Rodriguez will remain in the Marin
A front page article in Monday's Yuma Sun regarding declining federal funding area cities are receiving through the Community Development Block Grant program contained an incorrect date.The Yuma City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing and adopt the city of Yuma's 2013 CDBG Action Plan during its regular meeting on May 1. T
A front-page story headlined “YMPO mulls over three options for ADOT plan” in Monday's Yuma Sun should have said the ADOT State Transportation Board will consider and take formal action on the transportation plan at its June meeting in Pinetop-Lakeside. The Flagstaff meeting in May will still incorporate a public hearing to receive i
A story Thursday on the front page of the Yuma Sun regarding discussion by the Yuma City Council of the city's riverfront redevelopment agreement with a private developer incorrectly stated the ownership of the completed projects.The city has ownership of the land and the improvements made by private developer Craig Clark. Those impr
The Yuma Sun was provided the incorrect information on the current salary made by the city of Yuma's presiding municipal judge, as reported in a story Wednesday about nomination packets being available for candidates seeking five elected positions with the city.The judge's current salary is $112,000.The Yuma Sun regrets t
A recent article about the Yuma Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show misidentified Sharon Szymanski, an organizer of the event. The event takes place Friday and Saturday at the Yuma Civic Center. The Yuma Sun regrets the error.
The story headlined “Make new friends, but keep the old,” published in Thursday's Desert Life section, should have said that guests can bring their own non-alcoholic drinks to Friday's St. Patrick's Dinner. Fortuna Palms Community Club president Joanne Redmond noted that alcohol is not permitted in the clubhouse.The Yuma
A story in the March 13 edition of the Yuma Sun about Gary Smith should have specified that Smith was at the Donovan Law Firm Tuesday morning to turn himself in to authorities.The Yuma Sun regrets the confusion.
A photo caption on page A2 of the Tuesday edition of the Yuma Sun should have named Underhill Transfer as the new owner of the Kress building.Additionally, in the story on page A1 titled, “Sequestration forces $459,585 in cuts to District 1 programs,” student Jack Schmidgall's name was spelled incorrectly. The
The Spotlight on Hospitality article in Sunday's Business in Yuma section contained an error about Jean Myers, who will provide a cooking demonstration Sunday at Yuma Lettuce Days.Myers' correct title is Food for Life cooking instructor. The Food for Life classes are sponsored by the Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center and the
The story headlined “Farmer: Plan gives Mexican growers unfair advantage,” published in the March 1 edition of the Yuma Sun, should have said the Arizona Department of Transportation does not approve the routes used by overweight trucks; the local jurisdictions approve these routes. ADOT implements the permitting process that legally
A front page article in Saturday's Yuma Sun regarding a lawsuit filed by Yuma City Mayor Alan L. Krieger failed to mention that the City of Yuma also is a defendant.Other defendants include the six members of the Yuma City Council, City Administrator Greg Wilkinson and Pat Wicks, city finance director in their official capacities.
An article on the front page of Wednesday's Yuma Sun regarding a woman in a Somerton prostitution ring pleading guilty incorrectly reported that she has been ordered by the court to pay $25,000 in restitution. She has been ordered to pay that amount as a fine.An article on the front page of Thursday's Yuma Sun regarding a Wellton wom
A front-page article in Friday's Yuma Sun titled “Ag's economic impact upon county studied” incorrectly reported the dollar value of the crops produced here each year.The annual crop value for Yuma County is an estimated $3.2 billion.The Yuma Sun regrets the error.
A headline on the front page of Monday's Yuma Sun regarding an anticipated grant to develop a master plan for Rolle Field was inaccurate.After initially being informed that the airfield no longer would receive the grant through the Arizona Department of Transportation, the Yuma County Airport Authority received a letter stating the a
The name of the donor was incorrect in a photo caption on Page B3 of Wednesday's Desert Life. The Southwest Old Time Fiddlers made the $500 donation to Amberly's Place.The Yuma Sun regrets the error.Correction
In an article in Monday's Yuma Sun, the headline should have been: “First Transit bus operators OK strike plan: Bus service may be reduced if negotiations fall through.” Also the first sentence should have stated that bus operators who voted work for First Transit driving Yuma County Area Transit buses.The Yuma Sun regret
In a story in Thursday's paper titled, “High schools meet for Academic Decathlon in Yuma,” the ranking for Cibola High School's team was omitted. Cibola's team of nine students finished fifth in the 2013 Regional III U.S. Academic Decathlon competition against 17 schools across southern Arizona.The Yuma Sun regrets this e