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>> The state Health Department’s informational website as part of an effort to prevent drownings is hioceansafety.com. The name and web address were misspelled in a story on Page B2 Monday.
>> Drake Dudoit Delaforce is kumu hula of Halau Keolakapuokalani, which will compete at the 56th annual Merrie Monarch Festival for the first time. The name of the halau was misspelled in a story on Page B1 Sunday.
>> Members of the Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens can enter the group’s plant sale at Foster Botanical Garden at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, a half-hour earlier than the free event is open to the general public. The time for early entry was incorrect in a story on Page D3 Sunday.
>> Police on Thursday arrested Isa Lucky near the intersection of Kuwili Street and Iwilei Road on suspicion of kidnapping and sex assault. The location of the arrest was inaccurate in a story on Page B2 Saturday.
>> The New York Times crossword puzzle for Saturday is on Page B6, and the answers for that puzzle appear below. Due to a production error, the incorrect grid was published in Saturday’s edition.