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Burrelle "Butch" Ayau, holding neighbor Kahaku Clemente, waited 37 years to move into a Hawaiian homestead that suited him, thinking "I’d never get it while I was alive." See story.

Jeff Widener • The Honolulu Advertiser

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

Today in

Law of order: how kids' order influences their personalities
Samoan family devoted to education

Posted at 6:25 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 28, 2000
Ravens win Super Bowl with stifling defense
The Baltimore Ravens brought brutal efficiency, unbending defense and a dose of explosive excitement to the Super Bowl, putting their own distinctive stamp on America's great football celebration. They beat the New York Giants, 34-7.

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 community center yesterday to hear comments about environmental protection, military readiness and unity.

Homestead improvement: A community grows in Kalawahine Valley
The $26 million Kalawahine Streamside project developed by Kamehameha Investment Corp.for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is quickly bonding into a tight community.

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.

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.

Super Bowl online
See's multimedia coverage of Super Bowl XXXV, with photos, audio, video, matchups, Super Bowl Memories, quiz & trivia, ad Meter and scoreboard.

You can now get our news and weather information on your wireless phone.

Scalia voices free speech views
Making a rare public appearance since the U.S. Supreme Court decision that settled the 2000 U.S. presidential election, Justice Antonin Scalia yesterday debated First Amendment rights at a Honolulu forum.

UH-Hilo event honors Challenger's Onizuka
Leap from truck bed kills KaneÎohe boy, 16
Heavy snow grounds flights from Japan to Isles
Kalaeloa Harbor expansion planned

Odds favor Ravens, but history says Giants
The Baltimore Ravens already have the swagger of a Super Bowl champion. But the New York Giants have the swagger of seven Super Bowl champs. The Ravens are 3-point favorites in today’s Super Bowl.

Sacramento State pounds Hawai'i with 20 hits, 11-8
Hawai'i sweeps Pacific
Nicklaus snares $60,000 in skins, but more await
'Iolani ace fires 3-hitter in ILH softball three-peat

Coaching others on how to make positive changes
For the past 16 years, Pam Chambers has coached thousands of people on presenting themselves in public. She offers 11 seminars.

'Waiting to Exhale' author gets back in the groove
Law of order: how kids' order influences their personalities

Growing an Economy
As the year begins, the story of Hawai'is economy is playing out against an increasingly uncertain regional backdrop of economic warning signs on the Mainland and in Asia.

Business leaders predict trends for Islands
Some experts sounding cautionary notes

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