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Outdoors: Because of an editor's error, a draft version of William Sullivan's article on ski huts in the Santiam Pass area was published Tuesday on Page B1. The corrected final version included these changes: Camping is strongly discouraged in order to protect the wood supply; doors will not be installed next year after the log walls have settled - the openings will most likely be left without doors; the wood stove at North Blowout Shelter was not reused from the burned shelter - it is a donation from elsewhere; and the Island Junction shelter is not the only one open to snowmobiles, nor is it directly on a snowmobile trail. Snowmobiles are banned on ski trails, but they can go cross-country to any of the shelters.

Front page: A story on Page A1 on Tuesday incorrectly stated that Eugene Skydivers of Creswell had been fined by Lane County for violating land use regulations by dropping skydivers on land zoned for exclusive farm use. Eugene Skydivers owner Urban Moore ceased use of such land after he was contacted by the county and was not fined.

City/Region: The word "no" was dropped from a quote by Serenity Lane CEO Peter Asmith in a story on Page C1 on Tuesday. Asmuth's description of a proposed new treatment center in Coburg should have read, "This is a residential thing, with no outpatient care."

Ticket: Auditions for "Man of La Mancha"

will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday and at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Very Little Theatre in Eugene. An incorrect day was listed on Page 31 of Friday's calendar.

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Title Annotation:Corrections
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Article Type:Correction notice
Date:Dec 13, 2006
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