» A first-time offender convicted of excessive speeding faces a fine of $500 to $1,000, a maximum five days' imprisonment and mandatory license suspension. A Page A5 story Thursday
incorrectly reported that penalties included up to 30 days in prison and the possibility of driver's license suspension.
» A cleanup in 2004 of military debris from the Papohaku Ranchland subdivision on Molokai was at a separate location from the Molokai landfill where ordnance were found recently. A "Newswatch" item on Page A3 Thursday incorrectly said that the recent discovery was part of the 2004 cleanup.
» The photo that ran on Page 15 of the HiLife section yesterday with the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival story is from the production of "King John," featuring Todd Coolidge as King John and Maryann Peterson as Lady Blanch. The caption that ran with that photo was incorrect.
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