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Bankoh parent cutting 550 jobs; Liberty House cutting 500; Herman Aizawa quits; Trustee pay task force; Big Isle fire; Legislature - Gambling, taxes

Sugar and stars - using the cake as a canvas; Mariah Carey contest winners; By Request

Football ticket prices; LPGA Hawaiian Ladies Open; UH needs Rice; Wahine want extended season; Volleyball matches could be big; Indoor canoe paddling

Isle rents down, ownership up; Foreclosures fuel home sales boom; Mauna Lani trying solar; Hilo's cesspool morass

Legalizing gambling would be a mistake; Focus on Mauna Kea
Plus: Letters, Clay Jones, Diane Chang, Bud Smyser, Richard Borreca, David Shapiro, John Flanagan and guest writers
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