» Charles Hite is the great-grandson of Wallace Rider Farrington, former Hawaii governor and a founder of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. A photo caption on Page A3 Thursday
showing him presenting a scholarship at Farrington High School neglected to mention that relationship.
» Frieda S. Takaki has been elected to chair the national ESOP Association. An article on Page C2 Thursday incorrectly said she had been elected to chair the group's Hawaii chapter. She remains president of the Hawaii chapter as well as CHART Rehabilitation of Hawaii Inc.
» The Berklee College of Music in Boston is the alma mater of local musicians Shaun Livinston Moseley and Rodney Alejandro. A feature on Page 14 in last week's HiLife section erroneously identified the school as the Berklee School of Music.
» A faulty engine part that the National Transportation Safety Board said caused a fatal tour helicopter crash at Kilauea Volcano on June 15, 2003, was a replacement part manufactured by Extex Ltd. and was not authorized by engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce. A story on Page A5 Saturday incorrectly stated that Rolls-Royce authorized the part.
» Dave Smith is Oahu wildlife manager for the state Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife. His first name and title was omitted from a Page A6 article on Kawainui Marsh yesterday.
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