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Corrections and Clarifications

For Wednesday, October 13, 2010

By Ed Lynch

LAST UPDATED: 02:14 a.m. HST, Oct 13, 2010

» Fifty-one percent of overnight visitors to Oahu venture to Haleiwa and the North Shore, according to Antya Miller, executive director of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce. An Oct. 5 article on Page B4 said 51 percent of overnight visitors to Hawaii go to Haleiwa and the North Shore.

» A Page B1 story on Sept. 27 misspelled the last name of Richard Tasaka, who died after being hit by a Roberts Hawaii bus.

» State airport engineer Gene Matsushige said a R.M. Towill Corp. executive provided him free lodging at his home in Augusta, Ga., in April 2009. A Page B3 story yesterday said he was given free hotel lodging.

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