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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 5, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Flag-raising stirs pride among vets, families
 •  Police/Fire Beat
 •  Soda machines target of thieves
 •  Barnwell suffers drop in earnings
 •  Maui officer stable, shooter still sought
 •  Dow climbs above 10,000 level
 •  Saturday's UH-BYU game a sellout

Local News
 •  Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor survivors make quiet pilgrimage
 •  Journal captured turmoil of life
 •  Pearl Harbor events
 •  Police/Courts
Maui officer survives shooting
 •  Judge postpones Mirikitani sentencing
 •  Former police worker pleads guilty to theft
 •  Advertiser Christmas Fund
Clothing for sons welcome
 •  Other news
Felix report finds waste
 •  Sewage spills into Kalihi Stream
 •  Marathon day traffic familiar to many
 •  Four escape helicopter crash without injuries
 •  Waialua librarian gets his wish
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
A lifetime retraced at age 101

 •  Wahine's optimism brings them to NCAA semifinal
 •  Lineman Iosua typifies Warrior mentality
 •  Only 900 tickets remain for UH-BYU game
 •  Kahuku defensive end Esera commits to Hawai'i football
 •  UH lineman Kanoa to play in Shrine Game
 •  Warriors' Class of 2002
 •  Now there's no second-guessing Kalilimoku's decision to try again
 •  Azusa's Alfiler wins NAIA soccer award
 •  Other Hawai'i athletes
 •  Marathon sees late surge of Japanese
 •  Isle File
Alternative parking sites for UH-BYU game
 •  BYU sporting new look
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  What teens want: from brand clothes to a new car
 •  Rock fest set for Maui
 •  Planning helps some avoid holiday overspending
 •  White House turned into winter wonderland
 •  The Left Lane
Hang Shaka Santa on Christmas tree
Patriotic M&Ms lend hand to charity
 •  Show Biz
Local singer catches legendary producer's ears
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  About Town

 •  Island Pantry
Portable food for the holidays
 •  Off the Shelf
Tarragon's strong, distinctive flavor requires judicious use
 •  Profile
James Palmer, All-Star Cafe executive chef
 •  Quick Bites
Harpo's line of salad dressings takes national honors in contest
 •  Vintages
Glut of high-quality wines brings long-awaited price drop
 •  Glassware size, shape make big difference
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Market Basket
What's in your desk? Desperation!

 •  New e-mail virus cripples Internet firewall software
 •  Fed approves bank sale
 •  Stores report 'feel-good' items selling well
 •  Single-family home resales top '00 pace
 •  State signs tourism, trade deals in China
 •  California investor shores up Aquasearch
 •  Verizon makes cable upgrades
 •  National business
Bankruptcies up 16 percent, on track for record year
 •  Yahoo seeks market research deal
 •  Recovery not likely soon in Japan, reports indicate
 •  California's recovery may be slow

 •  Editorial
Mirikitani earns spot in state hall of shame
 •  Editorial
Social Security plans fail to resolve doubts
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
The path to Washington Place