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Holt pleads not guilty; IRS grills trustees; Sacred Wahiawa stones; OHA - Tuition for Hawaiians; Prisons still crowded; Gov targets costs, education; HMSA nearly cost life; Fale gets 20 years; Fake incompetency suspected; Beatovich honored

Wind on Water: Bo Derek - Still 10; Brian Gross - First kiss; William Gregory Lee - Persistence pays; Ever Green; Honolulu Lite; Island Mele

Numbers add up to trouble for 'Bows; Waikiki Mile scrubbed; Choppy waters for Hydrofest; Midnight Ohana; Volleyball Wahine busy; Full Court Press

Honolulu ranks as second costliest city; Hawaii marketing admonished; Mall sales slip

'State of the Unions' is cause for concern; Mideast talks; Sidewalk dispensers; Changing Hawaii
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