Getting It Right, Feb. 12, 2014

A story on page 3A Tuesday should have said that by 2012 falling methane and benzene levels in groundwater monitoring wells convinced Garfield County geological consultant Geoffrey Thyne that a 2004 gas seep at West Divide Creek had been fixed and residual underground gas from the leak was dissipating. Benzene has not appeared in the creek itself for years.

A story on Page 1 Sunday about marijuana in schools should have said Fruita, not Palisade, is putting a measure on April’s ballot to consider recreational marijuana.


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