An Archive of Errors
Find below a record of the errors uncovered in various Copper Beacon stories.
Ni/na - November 21, 2022
Our reporter mistakenly spelled the name of Dexter, Michigan based Tiani Body Care as ‘Tiana’. We’re sorry for any confusion this may have caused.
Unlinked — November 3, 2022
Miriam requested the following be added before publication, but it was only added afterward: “Check out the late fall schedule at the Finnish American Folk School website https://www.finlandia.edu/fahc/finnish-american-folk-school/. The connections made through the gallery over the years will continue to bring good regional teachers to the local area.”
Improperly pronouned — October 22, 2022
In “For the love of learning, for all”, PLDL Director Katrina Linde-Moriarty was given the improper pronoun in one sentence. It has been rectified, and we offer our deepest apologies for the error.
Fuzzy wording on felines – October 5, 2022
The wording of the second sentence in Claw and Order was updated to be more accurate and specific, from “House cats are considered an invasive species and can be damaging to the ecosystem.” to “Domesticated cats living outdoors are often considered an invasive species, as they can cause significant damage to the ecosystem.”