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A ceremony of aloha and healing took place at Maunalua Bay today as survivors of those missing in the Ehime Maru tragedy, the Polynesian Voyaging Society and members of the public came together to remember the missing. See story.

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Posted at 5 p.m., March 4, 2001
Ehime Maru ceremony aimed to help heal
Hawaiian chanters stood on the bow of the Polynesian Voyaging Society canoe Hokule'a late this afternoon, to toss leis and traditional offerings into the seas above where the Ehime Maru sank three weeks ago after being rammed by the US Navy submarine Greeneville.

Posted at 5:48 p.m., March 4, 2001
Attorney acknowledges responsibility lies with sub commander
The attorney representing the commander of the USS Greeneville today said a series of errors, including possibly those committed by his client, may have caused the accident that killed nine men and boys aboard the Ehime Maru.

Pressure, politics play out in sub inquiry
The rare court of inquiry scheduled to begin tomorrow at Pearl Harbor, in which the captain of the USS Greeneville, the executive officer and the officer of the deck will face intense scrutiny of their actions in the Feb. 9 collision with the Ehime Maru, may make reputations and ruin careers.
Canceled training exercise allowed civilian tour of sub
A Tribute to the Missing
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With finances in order, Liberty House looks to future
As Hawai'i's oldest and largest retailer emerged last week from three years of bankruptcy proceedings, Liberty House's future and whether it survives a changing and increasingly competitive retail market now rests squarely on its shoulders.
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Trickle down?
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Construction to limit Diamond Head access
Diamond Head State Monument will be closed Mondays through Thursdays from March 19 to April 12, which likely will mean that some visitors won't get to visit Diamond Head during their stay here.

Ex-Isle man fends off Guam gunman
Helen Morgan, daughter of ex-governor, dead at 99
Work to tie up traffic on H-1
Kane'ohe project move-ins on hold

Stanford no match for No. 6 Hawai'i
A Stan Sheriff Center crowd of 4,747 watched the sixth-ranked Warriors improve to 11-3 by sweeping their Mountain Pacific Sports Federation rival for the second night in a row.

Rainbows lose, play TCU next in tourney
Warriors vie for starting positions
Rainbows lose seventh in row, 7-0
St. Louis wrestlers break through after 27 years

Street-bound neighborhood seen as lost bit of old Honolulu
One of Honolulu's more intriguing neighborhoods is a three-block patchwork of older houses and small apartments sandwiched between the H-1 Freeway and the Vineyard Boulevard off-ramp.

'Ohana photo contest captures Island moments
Opera review : Melodic voices add zest to melodramas

Tourism bounces back
When the numbers finally came in, even the optimists were surprised: 2000 smashed all records for Hawai'i tourism, bringing more visitors than ever before and delivering record revenues to the state's hotels.

Liberty House saga resolved over frenetic weekend
Napster plans screening system

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