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Lindsey removed as 'lead trustee' for education; Auto sticker shock; Bronster eyeing OHA; Kauai testing for flesh-eating bacteria; Waianae funnel cloud; Modafferi arrested over 'bad blood'?

Samoan market bears fruit; By Request; Dave Donnelly and Charley Memminger

Punahou's co-athletic directors retire; Waikiki Mile: Jacobs, Radcliffe in, Slaney, Thorsett out

Aloha Air $2.4 million promotion; Auto-buying club draws scrutiny; Union opposes PUC nominee; Queen's labor settlement; State nonbid ceiling; Hawaii's Hot Stock scoreboard

Korean War peace negotiations open; No on a lottery; Campaign donations
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