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Brig. Gen. Karl Eikenberry, at a briefing for legislators and others, stressed that Makua "is very critical to the Army." See story.

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Inouye says Army must use Makua
U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye warned a gathering yesterday of high-ranking military officers, state legislators and business leaders that Hawai'i could lose the 25th Infantry Division (Light) if the Army is barred from the Makua Valley.
Inouye praises Bush's defense team, but urges focus on Asia

19% raise suggested for Isle teachers
A fact-finding panel charged with resolving deadlocked teacher contract negotiations has leaned in favor of Hawai'i's teachers, recommending a raise of about 19 percent.

Clinton expresses No Gun Ri regret
President Clinton said today that "I deeply regret that Korean civilians lost their lives at No Gun Ri," where American forces fired on an undetermined number of refugees during the early days of the Korean War. Clinton did not refer to the role of U.S. troops in the No Gun Ri incident.
Vintage bullets found at site of slayings
See coverage of the latest development and background materials on the U.S. statement of regret over the No Gun Ri incident by the Associated Press.

Honolulu Advertiser SPECIAL REPORT
. In a special report, "The State of the Hawaiian," The Advertiser examines the impact of political decisions on the status of Hawaiians and the soul of the 'ohana.

Kamehameha Schools to pay $29 million in IRS tax settlement
In a move that brings Kamehameha Schools closer to a resolution with the IRS, the trust announced yesterday that it will pay $29 million to the federal government to settle tax claims involving its for-profit businesses.

Five suspects arrested in murder of Kane'ohe store owner
City installing signal after more pedestrians hit
East Honolulu residents brace for road chaos
Medical fraud case settled

Oral Roberts won't let baseball coach interview with UH
Sonny Golloway, whose Oral Roberts team has been the third winningest Division I baseball program over the past three years, has been denied permission to interview for the University of Hawai'i coaching job.

Hawai'i puts hurt on Lewis in volleyball season opener
Tiger looks to open PGA Tour season on strong note
Recreation: Surfing by moonlight
Kahuku girls win first OIA East soccer title

Pre-dawn discipline drives this 'boot camp'
Ex-Navy diver Wayne Fisher gathers his fitness disciples at 5:30 a.m. Basic Training by Fish is "tough but effective," best suited for the person who needs tough love on the fitness front.

Former pilot writes guide to health
Luck expiring for kadomatsu

Isle lender GE Capital laying off about 100
GE Capital Hawaii notified state officials yesterday that it plans to shut down most of its operations in Hawai'i and Guam and lay off dozens of employees.

Hilo Hattie president leaving for job with travel company
Kaka'ako tech plans approved

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