Corrections for the Week of July 23 

The last name of Pathways to Resilience graduate Mark Tindall and the name of a heavily harvested fish.

Our July 16 cover story, "Coming Home," misspelled the last name of former inmate Mark Tindall, a graduate of the Pathways to Resilience reentry program. And our July 16 Eco Watch, "Fishermen Divided Over Limit Rules," misstated the name of a fish that has been heavily harvested. It's the yelloweye rockfish — not the yellowtail rockfish.

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