September 4, 2008 in City

Accuracy watch

The Spokesman-Review is committed to accuracy. If you think we have made an error of fact, call (509) 459-5430 or e-mail editorforum@spokesman.com.
 

Byway foes have options

Because of an editor’s error, a Page One headline Monday erroneously said opponents of the Sand Creek Byway in Sandpoint are out of options. A decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals allows the state to move forward with the project, but the North Idaho Community Action Network can pursue several legal options.

Map overstated speeding

A map published on Page A11 on Wednesday overstated by a factor of 100 the number of speeding cars on sections of roadway where speeds are measured by the Washington Department of Transportation. For example, the number of cars traveling faster than 90 mph near Coulee City is 0.14 percent, not 14 percent.

Cable price increase misstated

A story in Wednesday’s Business section should have said the price of basic cable TV service will increase this fall from $52.25 to $55.75, an increase of 6.7 percent. Incorrect information was provided by a Comcast spokesman.

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