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Nelson Kanui, 11, of Wai'anae was among 20 roadside demonstrators protesting against Army use of Makua Valley.

Eugene Tanner • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Makua Valley use hearing draws 500
The contentious, public debate over Makua Valley drew its largest audience to date as nearly 500 people filled a stuffy community center yesterday to hear passionate comments about environmental protection, military readiness and unity.

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Homestead improvement: A community grows in Kalawahine Valley
The $26 million Kalawahine Streamside project developed by Kamehameha Investment Corp., a for-profit subsidiary of Kamehameha Schools Trust, for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is quickly bonding into a tight community.
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Leap from truck bed kills Kane'ohe boy, 16
A 16-year-old Kamehameha junior died shortly before midnight Friday after he jumped from the back of a moving pickup truck.
13 at large over years from jail on O'ahu
Thirteen men are known, in prison jargon, as “the walkaways.” They officially are prison escapees. But instead of sneaking away, they just never came back.
Still on the run
Special-education teen charged as adult in violent rampage
A special-education teen accused of taking part in a violent rampage at a Kalihi Jack in the Box and then robbing a 7-Eleven store is being charged as an adult.
Scalia voices free speech views
Making a rare public appearance since voting in the Bush v. Gore U.S. Supreme Court decision that settled the 2000 U.S. presidential election, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia yesterday debated First Amendment rights at a Honolulu forum.
UH-Hilo event honors Challenger's Onizuka
More than 300 Big Island students turned out for the first Onizuka Science Day at the University of Hawaii-Hilo honoring astronaut Ellison Onizuka, who was killed 15 years ago today.
Murderer seeks conditional release from mental hospital
Paul Abraham Luiz, who was sent to Hawaii State Hospital after the murder of a Hawaii Kai girl in 1975, is seeking conditional release or unescorted, off-grounds passes.
Heavy snow grounds flights from Japan to Isles
At least seven commercial passenger flights from Japan to Hawaii were canceled yesterday because of a heavy snowstorm that temporarily shut down some of the country’s airports.
Kalaeloa Harbor expansion planned
Despite the concerns of Kapolei area residents and others, efforts are under way to make the Kalaeloa Harbor into even more of a workhorse.
Unattended burner causes fire at Harbor Ridge
A stove burner left unattended in a 13th floor studio caused $10,000 damage to a Harbor Ridge apartment building yesterday and $3,000 to the apartment’s contents.
Newspaper, TV station expand deal
The Honolulu Advertiser and KHON Channel 2 today announced an expanded partnership that commits the newspaper and the television station to share expertise on various news projects.
Former Marine supplier Charles McWayne Jr.
Charles Andrew McWayne Jr., a former president and vice president of McWayne Marine Supply, died last Sunday in Honolulu.
O'ahu briefs
Roadwork to be explained; Group seeking volunteers; Ewa reservoir gets approval; Redistricting to be discussed; Kapolei to hold Family Fun Run; Group offers Waimanalo tour.
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Bob Image Bob Krauss
Presenting specialties of the firehouse
Ladies, if you are in the market for a husband, here’s a tip: Shop around for a fireman.
Lee Image Lee Cataluna
Has the Legislature gone to the dogs? 'BR' bills make you wonder
Friday was the deadline for our esteemed state legislators to introduce bills for consideration during this year’s session. Slogging through the piles of paper, there are a number of winners that catch the eye like a plaid suit on Aloha Friday.
Jan Image Jan TenBruggencate
Islands need new electricity strategy
The crisis in California's electrical grid has people at every position on the political spectrum pointing fingers. In the midst of it all, there is a lesson for Hawai'i.
Mike Image Mike Leidemann
Island's skyline less than inspiring
They say you can tell a lot about a civilization by studying its most prominent buildings. Egypt had its pyramids. Rome had the Coliseum. And in Hawaii today, we have auto parts stores.

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