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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 18, 2001

Local News
 •  Road to lava flow reopens
 •  Special education deadlines trying for parents
 •  Accident kills Pearl Harbor worker
 •  Keiki law center seeks files on Peter Boy
 •  Petition opposes Hawaiian recognition bill
 •  Families briefed on Ehime Maru plans
 •  Navy awards three Ford Island contracts
 •  Okinawan heritage takes center stage
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  Police Beat
 •  Neighbor Islands
Extension sought for Pau Hana hotel deal
 •  Na Pali boat tours get boost from court
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Bleak building not fit for a queen

 •  High school football
Kahuku holds off Skyline
 •  St. Louis rolls over Nanakuli, 42-0
 •  Youth baseball
Maui welcomes home Bronco champions
 •  'Aiea in Junior League title game
 •  Windward 0-2 in American Legion regional
 •  College football
Warriors schedule two Big Ten powers
 •  Upbeat Northwestern opens camp
 •  Other sports
California team wins Kona billfish tournament
 •  Woods rallies to make PGA cut
 •  Isle File
Pearl City plays for Babe Ruth softball title
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  Island Books
A soldier's fortune: Edel remembers WW II
 •  Island Sounds
Junior Maile is 'Voice' of past, present
 • Stage Review
Insightful performers know their mischief inside out
 •  Barbara Wallace leaves KHNL
 •  Around Town
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Saturday
 •  Faith
Prison ministry workshops planned
 •  Church attendance may help poorer teens succeed in school
 •  Where We Worship
Temple serves Hawai'i Jewish community
 •  Expressions of Faith
Finding comfort after Pearl Harbor
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  Servco may sell office unit
 •  Internet domain name game stretches
 •  Trade deficit widens to $29.4 billion
 •  Survey assesses Japan economy
 •  American Airlines to cut agents' commission
 •  Court denies Microsoft bid to delay

 •  Editorial
Punahou Vista makes sense for Makiki
 •  Editorial
Kailua community must not succumb to vandals
 •  Letters to the Editor