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»Akaka Bill lobbying efforts hitting wall
»Thousands watch Hawaii's first ordination
»Council broke open-meetings law, state says
»Hundreds jockey to buy into condotel
»Liquor Commission boss steps down
»Tanonaka guilty in campaign case
»Slain guardsman 'true kid at heart'
»Isle Air Guard aids flight for funeral
»Unattended stove cited as cause of blaze
»Malama Makua says Army reneging
»Inouye wants meeting with nominee
»McClain gets high marks in UH evaluation
»Unique isle caterpillar feasts on unusual fare
»Hertz workers voting on 'final' offer
»Return to county rule is proposed for fireworks

»WeekEnd: Hitting the high notes
»Getting that 'Chorus Line' feel
»'Tiki' includes Arabian fantasy

»Wie way back despite 70
»Kaneohe is keeping an eye on Lokahi
»Hawaii legend Allen returns for youth clinics
»Mayhem's in town

»Construction expected to keep booming
»Aloha Air CEO getting $455,400
»Hawaii jobless rate drops
»Acquisitions help boost BancWest's earnings 30%

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