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Keoni Fairbanks of the Kaho‘olawe Island Reserve Commission stands next to an ahu built in 1997 to attract rain. See story.

Richard Ambo • The Honolulu Advertiser

Miss America 2001
Hali'a Hawai'i
E-The People
The State of the Hawaiian
Legislature 2001

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Cleanup work part of healing on Kaho'olawe
Media toured Kaho'olawe yesterday for the first time since the Navy launched the ordnance-removal project two years ago. In addition to ordnance removal, cultural and restoration activities, the tour also included the detonation of a 2,000-pound World War II bomb.

UH staff debates merit vs. need
When Gov. Ben Cayetano put forth the idea of sending the state's A and B students to the University of Hawai'i for free in his State of the State address, it was the first time he had mentioned the program publicly.

Sex abuse detention center list narrowed
State officials have narrowed their search of possible new sites for the Pearl City juvenile sex treatment center to Kahi Mohala psychiatric hospital in 'Ewa, Wahiawa near Kemo'o Farm, or Kalaeloa, formerly Barbers Point.

Business Outlook 2001
The seeds are planted, but the future is uncertain. How will Hawai'i's economy fare in 2001?

Check out The Advertiser's special report: Growing an economy.

Starting today and every Thursday, The Advertiser will feature a golf report, including looks at Hawai‘i courses, holes in one and golf tips. Also featured are snapshots of upcoming professional tour events and tour money leaders.

School transfers rile Makakilo
Some Makakilo parents reacted with resignation, others with anger, when they learned yesterday their children will be moved to another school six miles away.

Isles' serious crime up 10%
Foes of gambling explain their case
India quake personal for many living in Hawai'i
Parents not told about teacher's alleged acts

Warriors serve notice with sweep of Gauchos
Hawai'i sophomore outside hitter Costas Theocharidis led the charge in a 30-16, 30-17, 30-24 rout of fifth-ranked UC Santa Barbara last night in the Stan Sheriff Center.

St. Louis linebacker picks UH over Wisconsin
Recreation: Tennis develops eye-hand coordination, agility
Mililani, Pearl City in OIA boys soccer final

Health: The science of the sting
A severe reaction to box jellyfish stings set Angel Yanagihara on a new career path. Now the University of Hawai'i biochemist is studying the creatures and searching for an antidote to their venom.

Hoku Ho secretly married to manager
Jennifer lopez tops movies, records

Interest rates drop further
Hawai'i consumers and businesses are expected to feel immediate and far-reaching effects from yesterday's move by the Federal Reserve Board to further pare interest rates and stimulate a rapidly slowing U.S. economy.

Repair forces cancellation of Independence cruise
Schuler earnings surged in 2000

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