» About 90 percent of the 42 homes in the first phase of the Residences at Kapalua have been sold. A brief on Page C1 Saturday
incorrectly indicated that 90 percent of the entire 84-home project had been sold.
» Blane Gaison is the father of newly crowned Miss Hawaii Pilialoha Gaison. A Page A17 article Sunday misspelled his first name as Blaine.
» C.O. Andy Anderson served as master gunnery sergeant (E-9), the highest enlisted rank in the U.S. Marine Corps, before becoming a community activist in Waipahu. A Page A17 article Sunday incorrectly gave his rank as sergeant.
» Adm. William Fallon is the top U.S. military commander for the Pacific, and he is based at Camp Smith. A sub-headline on Page A5 yesterday incorrectly referred to him as the commander at Pearl Harbor.
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