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Ex-trustees tried to 'destroy the opposition'; Xerox: 'I just saw the carpet turning red'; Harris rated higher in poll; Water conservation urged; Mink: Hawaiians should have federal say; Police substation reaction mixed; Schools to surf Web without computers; Fund-raiser for ill twins scheduled; St. Helens blast was 'stepping stone'; Fraud not likely to restrict funds; Harris opponents on offensive; Grants to help teen, safety programs; Newswatch; Kokua Line by June Watanabe; Corky's Hawaii; Weather; Island Images; Obituaries

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Mid-Pacific fends off Nanakuli; Castle swings past Baldwin; Coalition grateful for Wallace letter; Umemura heads field in golf tourney; UH track choice may be tomorrow; Sports Watch by Bill Kwon; Just For Kicks by Al Chase; Hawaii Sumotori; Sports Notebook; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard; Sports Broadcasts

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