The Garden Island corrects errors of fact in news stories. If you notice an error, please contact us at one of the numbers listed below.

• In yesterday’s story “Kaua‘i filmmaker tackles war and effects on veterans,” the leading local actress’ name was misspelled. It should have read Desiree Duclayan-Parsonson. Also, Booth attended film school in Vancouver, Canada.

• The last paragraph of a letter by Kawika Maki published March 23 should state: “How much do you care about your friends and family’s health? Do you care enough to put an end to pollution which is making all of us sick? As for the 200+ jobs at stake, give the land back to the people who want to really farm it, not have it squatted on by a federally subsidized poser.”

• A March 30 story, “Legislators Share Session Happenings,” should state the legislative session ends May 3.

• A March 25 story, “A Kaua‘i Prince for the People,” should state Royal Order of Kamehameha I has chapters on Kaua‘i, the Big Island and O‘ahu and in Aloha, Ore.


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