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Help Wanted: Hawaii's Economic Crisis

Broken Trust: Isle leaders urge state to probe Bishop Estate

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Highlights of the current edition:

Waikiki prostitution crackdown; Librarians buying books; Cane-burning foes to meet EPA; Down on the Kona coffee farm

Horse sense: To tame a horse; Royal Lipizzaners; New Kona coffee seal; Hapa -- Have hair, will rock

'Bow bye, hello recruits; Punting, kicking fall back; Wahine hang on in 'Vegas; Wahine soccer season ender

Uncertainty on causes of global warming; Bulky but manageable; Fix the Saddle Road

Editorial: China's president gets cool reception; Bishop Estate threats; Growing pains
Plus: Letters, Clay Jones, Diane Chang, Bud Smyser, Richard Borreca, David Shapiro, John Flanagan and guest writers

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