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Burial Council accepts finding of no ancestral remains at Sherwood Forest

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA /CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM 
                                City crews worked on Sherwood Forest Oct. 3 before it was halted by Mayor Kirk Caldwell because of the discovery of alleged archeological artifact.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA /CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    City crews worked on Sherwood Forest Oct. 3 before it was halted by Mayor Kirk Caldwell because of the discovery of alleged archeological artifact.

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                                City crews worked on Sherwood Forest Oct. 3 before it was halted by Mayor Kirk Caldwell because of the discovery of alleged archeological artifact, above.

    DLNR

    City crews worked on Sherwood Forest Oct. 3 before it was halted by Mayor Kirk Caldwell because of the discovery of alleged archeological artifact, above.

The Oahu Island Burial Council said Wednesday it has found no reason to suspect any human burials exist at the site of a controversial construction project in Waimanalo. Read more

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