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FRAMES

Friday, April 16, 2004


Late Breaking



Shining solos at Merrie Monarch

Dods to retire as First Hawaiian CEO

HPD substation gets mixed reviews

UH plan would target corruption

School fund-raiser in high gear

Blows to head killed Indreginal

UH scientists help test climate fix

Aduja shares family drug struggles

Budget rushed to governor

Education reform bill passed

Shark closes South Maui beaches

Kauai Rotarians plan water safety posts

Sewer fee plan draws flak in Council

Pearl survivors frustrated by delays

Big Isle gets anti-drug funds

Man who lost hands to talk about safety

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by Susan Scott

Corky is on vacation; Corky's Hawaii returns May 17.

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