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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 17, 2001

Local News
 •  Judge hands schools final special education deadline
 •  Vandals continue to hit Kailua landscaping
 •  Waikiki police substation to bear Duke's name
 •  Lawmaker urges HMSA to cut premiums
 •  Police/Courts
Widow to testify at Latchum murderers' sentencing
 •  40 percent of parolees fail in two years, study finds
 •  Waipahu fire leaves 15 homeless
 •  Former state worker pleads guilty to theft
 •  Police Beat
 •  Education
School inspection grades improving
 •  More testimony sought on naming UH facilities
 •  Transcript of live chat with UH President Evan Dobelle
City government
Council takes up smoking ban again
Yoshimura settlement on agenda
 •  Other news
Junkyard fees up 20 percent in last four years
 •  Jelly candy pulled from stores
 •  Waikele tree trimming stirs protest
 •  Makiki residents ridicule development plan
 •  Robert E. Stevenson, consultant to astronauts, dead at 80
 •  June Denny, wife of entertainer, dead at 72
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Mauna Kea sacred site restored
 •  Apana proposes buying construction sites
 •  Kaua'i police chief placed on paid leave
 •  Big Island land swap approved
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
People just as needy as baby whale

 •  Warriors kick off fall camp
 •  Top Alaska team to test Wai'anae
 •  Waite jumps out to early PGA lead
 •  Vikings win second since death of Stringer, 24-10
 •  Former couch potato now triathlete
 •  Recreation
Be the 'terminator' while playing paintball
 •  'Ahuimanu offers a complex hike with historical sights
 •  Hunting, fishing day offers activities at Koko Head Range
 •  The racing report
 •  Isle File
'Aiea advances to U.S. title game at World Series
 •  Ferd Lewis
Late starts no help to Warriors

Island Life
 •  Apartment 101
 •  Alumni say farewell to journalism secretary
Atomic metaphor mutates into drama
 •  The Left Lane
'Waikiki' on the tube
 •  Around Town
Blues Night at Anna Bannanas
 •  Show Biz
'Third Watch' cast plays on 'Weakest Link'
 •  Let us know about your craft fairs
 •  Deadline today for telling us of your 'ohana
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  'Made in Hawai'i' label stretched by some vendors
 •  Firms bid for World Trade franchise
 •  Food prices rise, but inflation low
 •  Counterclaim filed in WorldPoint case
 •  U.S., world business
Hawai'i gets expanded air service to Samoa
 •  Executive: Ford to eliminate up to 5,000 jobs
 •  Firestone knew about tire failure factore, documents say
 •  AOL creates interactive video unit

 •  Editorial
Teacher dispute just keeps getting worse
 •  Editorial
Warning signs: Isle inmates on Mainland
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Republican Party work defies old stereotypes

 •  Master of illusion
 •  Music Scene
Harmonizing Hawaiian affairs
 •  New name, same good music at festival
 •  Dance Scene
Halau shows add tributes to Keawe, Cockett
 •  Dining Scene
Taking comfort in fast and affordable meals around town
 •  Lunch Break: Sophisticated lunch at Sansei
 •  Movie Scene
'Rat Race' is cheesy summer fare
 •  'American Outlaws' takes liberties with real story of Jesse James
 •  Break out the violins i 'Mandolin' is uneven, old fashioned romance
 •  DVD Scene
'15 Minutes' has truth, tabloids and 'Fame'
 •  The Homebody Chronicles
Cool ideas for when the temperature rises
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Specialty Theaters
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  What's up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs