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Corrections 

Last week's cover story, "Water's for Fighting," contained an error. Water claims for Trinity and Sacramento river waters exceed the available water seven and five times, respectively.

Our Sept. 12 cover story, "Main and Loleta," incorrectly identified the ownership of certain parcels, inadvertently omitting some owners who have partnered with the van der Zee family. It also misspelled the name of one trust. According to the Humboldt County Assessor's records: The parcel behind the green hedge is co-owned by the Zeedervan Family Limited Partnership trust (50 percent), Sean Wirth (25 percent) and his wife, Cynthia Garcia Wirth (25 percent); the parcel on which Blue Coach Antiques sits is co-owned by the Wirths (64.3 percent) and Peter van der Zee (35.7 percent); the parcel upon which the bakery, meat market and market sit is co-owned by Kathryn J. Kennedy (62 percent) and Peter van der Zee (38 percent).

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