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Vol. 9, Issue 263 • Sunday, September 19, 2004
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Mufi Hannemann and Duke Bainum are headed for a showdown in the general election for the next mayor of Honolulu after a primary that saw record low turnout and a record high in absentee voting.
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»Carlisle victorious
»2 incumbents lose
»Cabanilla wins Tamayo's post
»Brewer joins Inouye, Cavasso
»Heftel receives most votes
»Election boosts GOP
»Apo and Teruya head to runoff
»Kim prevails on Big Island
»Familiar faces on Maui, Kauai
»Panels to review artifacts case
»Crime-fighting duty appeals to Donohues
»Bowfin face lift to restore classic look

»Remember the town that Pele took
»Isle Pages

»Wild Australia

»Warriors flattened by Owls, 0-2
»Wahine dish another first loss
»Domingo learning on the field
»Kamehameha rolls to victory over Punahou
»Kealoha's speed burns Damien
»Trojans put hurt on Hurricanes
»Knights turn out the lights on Bulldogs
»Ho defends Hawaii with win

»Off the beaten path
»Hawaii raises excitement for developer
»Inside Hawaii Inc.

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»Letters to the Editor


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