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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 25, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Schools face tough choices in final days
 •  Bankoh to sell Australia bank holdings
 •  Police Beat
 •  Bankoh to sell Australian bank holdings (update)

Local News
 •  Teachers put stamp on $125 million deal
 •  Testing, events now casualties of walkout
 •  Students expected to quiz teachers on strike
 •  Honolulu's youth theater hit hard by teacher strike
 •  Q&A: Students, teachers in race to catch up
 •  School traffic gets heads-up
 •  UH-Manoa faculty gives contract mixed reviews
 •  Military
Admiral troubled by military's 'lack of accountability'
 •  Sub force changes command
 •  In court
Ex-Sen. Ige gets one-year probation
 •  Palolo temple trim ordered
 •  Other news
Cargo jet stowaway identified as cousin to king cobra
 •  Hawai'i to export Lei Day tradition
 •  Legislature set to pass bill raising consent age
 •  Longtime Hau'ula food store closing
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui panel recommends $1.5-million plan to ease traffic
 •  Water in South Maui muddied
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss
Menehune held down the fort

 •  Officials try to save state tourneys
 •  Prep teams await state tourneys' fate
 •  ILH football proposal well-received
 •  Omori's return worth wait for baseball 'Bows
 •  Warriors at home in Cougar country
 •  Surging Wahine aim for Top 25
 •  Warriors beat UHS
 •  Isle File 56th Punahou Relays on Saturday
 •  Hawai'i's athletes deserve better fate

Island Life
 •  Island People
Hawai'i amazing Comic Book Man
 •  Comedian answers 7 'dirty' questions
 •  Tip-off
Makaha Bash marks 25th year with May concert
 •  The Left Lane
Still famous
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Show Biz
Ruivivar brother's health takes turn for worse
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
All for wine... and wine for all
 •  Market Basket
A special vinegar, for salads
 •  Spanish rice dish has many variations
 •  Profiles
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Off the shelf
Arborio rice can absorb many flavors

 •  Mainland economic slump takes toll on Hawai'i hotels
 •  Lau to step in as American Savings CEO
 •  Hawai'i income up but lags nationally
 •  Cheap Tickets to target wealthy
 •  Public's optimism down in early April
 •  Maui Land & Pine reports lower first-quarter income
 •  CPB Inc. continues to set record profits
 •  More big firms announce job cuts

 •  Strike settlement may signal historic change
 •  Koizumi ascendance shows Japan's unease
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Takahashi laid groundwork