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Cheryl Mosier, a Mililani woman convicted of fatally stabbing her husband, is hugged by the slain man's brother, Charles Mosier, upon being sentenced to 20 years yesterday. At left are Cheryl Mosier's parents, Donald and Sherry Sweigart. See story.

Richard Ambo • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Winter drought parches Islands
The Islands have slipped back into the grip of a drought that is yellowing pastures and turning forests and brush lands crackly dry.

UH asks to take over Aloha Stadium
Gov. Ben Cayetano is ready for the University of Hawai'i to take over Aloha Stadium and make it a more profitable enterprise.

Victim's relatives console his killer
After receiving a 20-year prison term for stabbing her husband to death, Cheryl Mosier yesterday received supportive hugs, not scorn, from several relatives of the victim.

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Teen stabbed at Punahou Carnival; 1 arrested
A 15-year-old boy was stabbed last night during a fight at the Punahou Carnival. His condition was unavailable late last night. Police arrested one male.
Cayetano accuses teachers of holding new textbooks 'hostage'
Gov. Ben Cayetano accused teachers yesterday of holding hostage his requests for additional money for new school textbooks and computers until the teachers get a raise, and warned them not to try it.
Hawaiians send message at Maui airport protest
More than 100 Native Hawaiians demonstrated peacefully at Kahului Airport yesterday to draw attention to legal challenges to Native Hawaiian rights, lands and entitlements.
Gabbard critics told to limit testimony
Boasrd of Education chairman Herbert Watanabe told critics of board member Carol Gabbard that he will not allow board meetings to become debates on Gabbard's views.
City plan may open Royal Kunia Golf Course
City Council Chairman Jon Yoshimura thinks this time the city is heading toward resolution of a debt that has kept the Royal Kunia Golf Course closed but ready for play since 1994.
Signal grows louder: Haleakala antennas must move
With a 2002 deadline looming, the plan to move radio and television broadcast antennas atop Haleakala is being re-energized.
Ige seeks services of public defender
Former state Sen. Marshall Ige said yesterday he would seek a public defender to represent him against criminal charges including first-degree theft and attempting to evade taxes.
Anna Ordenstein, former mortuary owner, dead at 68
Anna Ordenstein, former owner of Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, died Jan. 26 in Honolulu. She was 68.
Donations let visitor take dead son home
Through the generosity of Hawai'i residents, Leonora Cruz will be able to bury her son in their hometown in Ecuador. Oscar Cruz died Wednesday following a surfing accident at Sunset Beach.
Big Isle postmaster convicted of bookmaking
A federal court jury found Danita Torres, postmaster for the Big Island community of Kapa'au, guilty of helping her husband run a sports bookmaking operation and laundering the proceeds.
Neighbor Island briefs
Marine copter battles brushfire; Bicyclist killed on Honoapi'ilani.
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Bob Image Bob Krauss
A touch of Japan at Kona's Manago
Little did I know when I made reservations at the Manago Hotel up mauka in Kona, on the road to the volcano, that it would be a one-of-a-kind experience.
Lee Image Lee Cataluna
Kapa'a principal always put kids first
Kapa'a Elementary principal Cliff Bailey, who died recently at the terribly young age of 50, had a way of making a child feel like whatever they had to say was the most important thing in the world.
Jan Image Jan TenBruggencate
Control of invasive species essential
Richard H. Davis spent more than half of the last century marching, clearing and building Hawai'i's back-country trails. In that time, Davis has had insights and sightings of the things that damage Island forests.
Mike Image Mike Leidemann
Matters of church and state
While the authors of our Constitution created a wall of separation between church and state, President Bush seems to have just created a federal agency to unite the two.

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