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WAC keys on Hawaii; Same-sex must be overturned; Court seeks OHA status; Grinch dampens Hilo; State misses Y2K deadline; Fireworks sales begin; Ewa house giveaway; Cout blocks Bishop minutes; Pakalolo eradication; Waimea Aboretum; Aggressive panhandling; Inmate seeks warmth, Open, closed for Christmas; Kokua Line

Local musicians make 'The Cut'; Happy holiday, New Year's events; Stuffs; Hawaii by Dave Donnelly

Ready to kick it twice?; Raiders outlast Wahine; NFL honors Hawaii prep coach; Pearl Harbor Classic; Notebook - Aloha Bowl, Oahu Bowl; Sports Watch

Hotels have Y2K bug; Punahou grad a billionaire; State jobless at 5.7%; Executive Profile; Money Rates

China reverts to harsh treatment of dissidents; Drug forfeitures; Israeli elections; Hawaii's World - Making the most of frequent flier plans; Letters to the Editor
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