» The Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center employee wellness program allows employees up to 1 1/2 hours a week of work time for approved wellness/fitness activities and gives employees a yearly health credit to spend on medical co-pays or other services, said Christy Inda, a clinical dietitian and wellness program manager. Inda's name was misspelled and some program details were inaccurate in a story that ran Sunday on Page D7
» An earnings arrow with a Hawaiian Airlines story on Page C1 in yesterday's morning edition should have shown a second-quarter loss of $3.9 million and a year-earlier loss of $26.4 million rather than gains with those same numbers.
» A chart on Page C1 yesterday about Hawaii home foreclosures in the first half of the year included incorrect numbers for the bottom five states. The correct numbers for the five states with the lowest number of foreclosures per household are: 46) Maine, 1,343; 47) Wyoming, 1,437; 48) North Dakota, 1,977; 49) South Dakota, 2,161; and 50) Vermont, 17,075.
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