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Jervis, Stender call for Lindsey ouster; Lindsey managed 'by intimidation' -- Yim; Kahala group wants lease-to-fee; H-3 green light; Honolulu Marathon; Fasi in GOP Gov. race; High court fines DuPont

Not home for the holidays!; Ever Green; Island Mele; Donnelly and Memminger

Lassiter shoots for 'sub-four'; MDs OK AC; 'Bows must avoid shootout; Football not total bust

Japan woes slow marathon sales; Trash talk stirs antitrust fear; Aloha Tower buyer getting hotel stake

Bishop trustees; switch may come too late; Global warming pact
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