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Corrections: Dec. 9, 2009
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Green County Habitat for Humanity was one of the four non-profit organization that took part in the Festival of Trees Saturday. The group was omitted from the Times article. According to Monroe Chamber of Commerce and Industry Director Pam Christopher, the event raised $13,735. Last year the event raised $8,105 for local non-profit groups.

There is a study being considered to keep a portion of the Cheese Country Trail open if Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co. reclaims a stretch of its right of way. The name of the trail was incorrect in a story that appeared on Page A1 in Tuesday's edition of the Times. The Times regrets the errors.