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The Sylvester Foundation in Waimanalo, which shelters more than 300 animals, is facing eviction. President and founder Candy Lake yesterday showed some of the animals and the facility at the base of the Koolau Mountains.
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»Kauai's mayor laments lack of affordable housing
»Pacific region gets attention in terror bill
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»Music: Weekly Top 10 Hit List
»Relentless Aguiar refuses to move
»Wie falls short at Publinx qualifier
»New ideas pitched for Aloha Tower
»Hawaiian reaps 14 consecutive months of operating profits
»Kaiser union seeks better contract
»Attack on Iraq based on misinformation
»Monk seal's rescue an act of civilization
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