For Thursday, April 18, 2013
POSTED: 1:57 a.m. HST, Apr 18, 2013
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» The Hawaii Youth CHalleNGe Academy is a military-style academy for high school dropouts, not a training ground for entry into the Hawaii National Guard, which runs it. A Page B1 article Saturday said the academy prepares young people for entry into the National Guard.
» Henry Lee, the former Kamehameha Schools coach who died April 8, is also survived by his wife, Joan. Her name was omitted from the list of survivors in an obituary on Page C3 Wednesday.
» The Hawaii Democratic Party plans a legal challenge to the state’s open primary-election system, and would like to replace it with one in which voters would have to declare their intention to affiliate with a party before a primary. An item on Page A1 promoting the article Wednesday said Democrats plan to file a lawsuit to allow only registered party members to vote in a primary.