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Governor blasts schools chief; Picking up the pieces; Kamehameha schools to give up funding; Fumes overcome 2 in meth lab raid; Chevron settles out of court; Chevron, Texaco approved to merge; Football memories; Pepper spray suspected at Makalapa; Setbacks will not stop Ehime lift; Scott Waddle to retire with pension; Services may relieve teacher logjam; Pay phone rates to rise to 50 cents; City proposal would cap gift-giving; $3.5 mil to libraries' health and safety; Couple sues Firestone and Ford; Deputy sheriff sentenced to 90 days; Volcano Watch; Thomas E. Bastis / 1928-2001; John Paul Thomas / 1927-2001; Newswatch; Island Images; Obituaries; Whatever Happened To...; Weather
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Preserving Kana'ana Hou; My Kind of Town by Don Chapman; Wood Craft by Ben Wood; On Faith by guest writers; Religion Briefs; Religion Calendar
Falling into place; USC dispenses of Hawaii in 3; St. Louis beats Punahou; Iolani sweeps St. Francis in ILH; HPU wins PacWest opener; Victorino improves in minors; Sidelines by Kalani Simpson; Water Ways by Ray Pendleton; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard; Sports Broadcasts; Bullboard
Bankoh preps funds for market turn; Closing Market Report; Cents and Sensibility By Guy Steele; Bloomberg / Star-Bulletin Index ; Hawaii Stocks; Live Stock Quotes; Dilbert!; Meetings
Microsoft retreat should not result in surrender; Letters to the Editor