Friday, May 18, 2012


Because of incorrect information provided by the Blaine County Sheriff's Office, a story in the May 9 issue titled "Citations issued in teen canyon crash" incorrectly stated that a 16-year-old boy injured in a May 1 vehicle accident was transported with a back injury by emergency helicopter to a Boise hospital. The boy was treated at St. Luke's Wood River and released the following day. Three other teenagers injured in the accident were treated and released at St. Luke's on the day of the accident.

A story in the May 16 issue titled "Wolves kill 7 Flat Top ewes" incorrectly stated that the Wood River Wolf Project is expanding to cover 16,000 square miles. The actual figure is 1,600.

A story in the May 16 issue titled "For kids, zoning lesson is sweet and sour" incorrectly stated that Sweet's waste disposal in Bellevue has a septic tank under property at the south end of town. The property is used only to store portable toilets; they are not emptied there.

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