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Envelope spurs anthrax scare; House, Senate leaders want 5% budget cut; Schuler Homes sold for $1.2 billion; City water-meter fraud alleged; Families to tour Ehime Maru site; GPS to track Alzheimer's patients; Boy's button fund heads to NYC; Big Isle students protest loss of teacher; Oahu men convicted in gunfire spree; Isle team gets $7 million to study aging; Bewildered bird season begins; Flu vaccine delayed; George W. Sumner Jr. / 1927-2001; Newswatch; Kokua Line by June Watanabe; Corky's Hawaii; Island Images; Obituaries
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Didi's back; Pianist makes great music of the 'Rach 3'; Stuffs; Hawaii by Dave Donnelly; My Kind of Town by Don Chapman
Rolo gets the call; Jackson in accident; Willoughby honored again; Foreign-player ruling due; Tanuvasa out for season; Sidelines by Kalani Simpson; 'Pen Pal by Pal Eldredge; Sports Notebook; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard; Sports Broadcasts
Carnival unit sues for control of Patriot; CPB parent profits soar; Anthrax kits may be sold here; Jobless rate up before attacks; Business Briefs; Watching the Numbers; Closing Market Report; TheBuzz by Erika Engle ; Hawaii Stocks; Live Stock Quotes; Dilbert!; Meetings
Speed doesn't exceed need for public input; Terror campaign gets mixed reaction; Talk Story by John Flanagan; Corky Editorial Cartoon; Editor's Scratchpad; Letters to the Editor