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Economy the issue for Legislature; Kamehameha alums want Lindsey out; Report blasts Kane, BOE; Kekumano's legacy of good; Big Island fizz over Pepsi

Reading between the lines; Cirque Eloize electrifies; Non-fan wins Stones trivia contest

'Bows let Frogs get out of hand; Tanuvasa eager to go after Packers; Officials on Maui wowed by Hula Bowl

United plans direct daily flights to Kauai; Net jumps at Central Pacific Bank, Hawaiian Electric Industries; Fair looks at isles' outbound market

Prison overcrowding is still key concern; Three leaders
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