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Egg hunt time incorrect

Because of inaccurate information in a church bulletin, the start time for the Real Life Ministries Egg Hunt was incorrectly listed in Friday’s Northwest section. The event will begin at 10 this morning at Post Falls High School, 2832 E. Poleline Road.

Reasoning misstated

Spokane City Councilman Steve Corker said he voted in November against recommending the use of Conservation Futures tax dollars to pay for the downtown YMCA, in part because the council was not presented enough details to make an informed decision. Because of a reporter’s error, a story in the Northwest section March 28 misstated Corker’s reasoning.

Income limit inaccurate

Weatherization assistance is available to families of four with income up to $30,100. The income limit was incorrect in a Northwest story Wednesday because of misinformation provided by a source.

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