» Horizon Lines Inc., which previously announced it was raising its fuel surcharge to 25 percent, later amended the increase to 26 percent and pushed back the effective date of the increase to Dec. 3. A summary and story on pages A1 and A6 Wednesday did not reflect the amended increase or new effective date.
» Holly Hegeman, defendant in a defamation lawsuit filed by Mesa Air Group, is not married. A story on page C3 Thursday erroneously indicated that she was married because of a "John Doe Hegeman" listed as a co-defendant in court documents.
» Claire Anastas, who is in Hawaii to speak to church and education groups about Christians in Palestine, never referred to Muslims and Jews when interviewed about violence in her Bethlehem neighborhood. A "View from the Pew" column on Page D4 last Saturday might have inadvertently given the impression that she had. Also, a wall built in her neighborhood by Israel is on disputed territory. The column stated it was built on the border between Israel and the Palestinian territories.
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