Corrections and

Friday, October 3, 2003

>> Babysitter Earlily Aganon was sentenced to life with parole for causing the death of a 6-month-old girl in her care in 1997. A Page A5 story yesterday incorrectly identified the child as 16 months old. Also, Aganon was ordered to pay restitution to the Crime Victim's Compensation fund, not to the baby's family.

>> Hawaii Biotech Inc. was not among the companies that made presentations Monday at the inaugural meeting of the local chapter of the Keiretsu Forum. An article on Page C5 yesterday incorrectly said the company made a presentation.


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