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Friday, July 19, 2002

Late Breaking

Delays possible at polls

Maui approves smoking ban

Schools chief gets good marks

Creator of code 'disgusted'

Official reverses finding on special-ed

Transfers from failing schools

Kamehameha forum draws anger

Isle kidnappings rare

Police seize more pot from medical user

Navy deems RIMPAC a success

Senate OKs lawyer for Court of Appeals

Marines want to train in Waikane

State and Navy back Electric deal

Ex-marine praises medical care

Kickback case nets sixth arrest

Dwight C. Steele / Labor representative


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