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Friday, January 23, 1998
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Hawaii's Economic Crisis

Broken Trust: Isle
leaders urge state to probe Bishop Estate

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Police kill knife-wielding man; Tax reform would hit pensioners; Japan TV show to film season here; Good Friday work holiday challenged

Stoked for the Stones; History through the eyes of isle women; Making the gardening 'zine

'Bows survive Owls' onslaught; Page the rage in Wahine victory; Hornets easy for Ho

A&B sees 16% jump in profit; Oceanic wiring schools to 'Net; Hawaii clause dropped from air talks

Allegations must be thoroughly probed; School closings; New stadium repairs
Plus: Letters, Clay Jones, Diane Chang, Bud Smyser, Richard Borreca, David Shapiro, John Flanagan and guest writers
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