HONOLULU — Whole Foods Market, Austin, Texas, has reportedly had to delay construction of its first Hawaiian location here because of a dispute between the property developer and Native Hawaiians over the disposition of 100-year-old bones that were unearthed on the property. The Whole Foods store is part of a development that includes an apartment building and small shops. During construction, at least 50 sets of bones were unearthed, putting a halt to the work last summer while the ...

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