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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 15, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Waikiki traffic snarled after gas leak
 •  Fluoridation planned for Lanai water
 • Police Briefs
 •  Air Canada expanding service through Honolulu
 •  Liberty House owner reports profits, but scales back long-term projections
 •  Nasdaq tumbles to lowest point since April

Local News
 •  Oklahoma prison called drug haven by inmates
 •  Education
Labor Board gets teachers case
 •  College courses reach out online
 •  Le Jardin high school to open in 2002
 •  City government
City officials head to Europe to look at transit
 •  City says rejected artwork came in too late
 •  In court
Manoa robbery victim identifies defendant
 •  Kahapea must repay $866,275 to city in theft convictions
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i police chief under investigation
 •  Whale brings out best in humans
 •  Maui mayor asks developers to chip in for traffic remedies
 •  Kalapana road will allow lava viewing, protect Hawaiian interests
 •  Kaua'i panel backs hospital merger
 •  Maui accident victim identified
 •  Other news
Tobacco sales to minors rise, but still low
 •  MADD revises Kaka'ako memorial proposal
 •  Bishop to undergo heart procedure
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
100 candles OK — but no pheasant

 •  College football
Aloha Stadium may get grass field for next season

UH football team ready to open training camp

 •  UH players use supplements, but not any banned by NCAA
 •  Mainland group plans to put bowl in Hawai'i
 •  Basketball
Swift tapping his full potential at Big Man Camp
 •  Suns center making Big Man Camp's biggest impression
 •  Volleyball
Shoji surprised by Wahine's No. 5 poll ranking
 •  Isle File
Maui takes World Series baseball title
 •  Ferd Lewis
Warriors need a few good men to step up

Island Life
 •  Comedic pair gaining fame after somewhat rough start
 •  Annual 5K run raises money for breast-cancer programs
 •  The Left Lane
Getting fancy on top
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  ShowBiz
Maui theatrical gets new general manager
 •  Taste
Adapting to asparagus
 •  Island Pantry
Wrap-and-dip food worldwide favorites
 •  Off the Shelf
The mushroom that adds crunch
 •  Market Basket
Asparagus prices are seasonal
 •  Cook's Tips
Pasta needs lots of water, sufficient salt
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Vintages
Sonoma cabernets outclass offerings from Napa Valley

 •  Cruise company continues talks with shipbuilder
 •  Advertiser daily circulation up 38 percent
 •  Kapiolani Health union may call strike
 •  State tourism numbers released
 •  City Bank offers chance to invest
 •  U.S., world business
IMF concerned for U.S. economy
 •  Nikkei soars 4 percent on bank news
 •  Toyota lowers prices on all Camry models

 •  'Second City' concept still needs some work
 •  Koizumi shrine visit a malignant symbol
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
UH vision requires sturdy legs