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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 1, 2001

Local News
 •  Arizona prison in 'turmoil'
 •  In court
Uyesugi appeal likely to fail
 •  Chief Justice Moon names four to judicial boards
 •  Traffic
Aloha spirit lacking to emergency vehicles on the road
 •  O'ahu, Maui car accidents kill three
 •  Woman freed from car after accident
 •  Other news
UH ready for head warrior, peacekeeper Dobelle
 •  Hawai'i's anthrax program on hold
 •  Rites of tea to bring Japanese imperial couple to Honolulu
 •  Memories of dad lost in Korean War revived
 •  New Sunset Beach center gets go-ahead
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Hawai'i Belt Road bridge opens
 •  Unmanned flying wing to be tested off Kaua'i
 •  Fire destroys home on Big Island
 •  Corrections
 •  Obituaries
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Bob Krauss
Big change in paper's newsroom

 •  New UH baseball coach 'fortunate' to be here
 •  Ain't nothing finer than to be a 49er
 •  Naeole OK with pay cut
 •  Team Hawai'i wins Liberty canoe race
 •  Hoops-intensive month ends in Paradise for Iolani's Low
 •  West O'ahu gains Best of West title game
 •  Honolulu's Doyle makes Transpac race
 •  Isle File
Isle trio compete in world karate

Island Life
 •  Moving monoliths
 •  Presidential proclamation honors black musicians
 •  Courtney Love wins Cobain song fight
 •  Homestyle
Moanalua's lovely monkeypods
 •  Home and Garden calendar
 •  Art
Debris-inspired art, local printmakers' works provocative
 •  Art calendar
 •  Animal companions
Fireworks are a nightmare for cats and dogs
 •  Animal calendar
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
I'll always see you reflected in a rainbow
 •  Lit beat
 •  Tube notes

 •  Ports of paradise feel the squeeze
 •  Tugboat talks down to wire
 •  Louis Vuitton invests its future in former seller of gas
 •  Vegas shops cash in with tourists
 •  Law renews hope in older workers
 •  Internet
Post cards giving way to e-mail
 •  Cybercafes feed hunger for Internet
 •  Financial analysts' advice suspect
 •  SEC's advice to investors: Do your homework first

 •  Editorial
Legislative leaders on right track with veto
 •  Editorial
Sports and universities still an uncertain mix
 •  Commentary
Would a militarized Japan benefit Asia?
 •  After Deadline
Selection of front-page stories a collaborative newsroom decision
 •  Jerry Burris
Sex consent debate fueled by emotion
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Rearing an active child
 •  Honorable Mention
Oceanographer sets sail as 'Father of the Year'
 •  Take off on a summer safari
 •  Planning starts at bridal expo
 •  Youth peace festival Saturday
 •  Family Matters
Have to take your child on an airline trip? Plan ahead
 •  Fun House
Little boy in favor of having lunch
 •  Prescriptions
Exercise, nutrition help avoid diabetes
 •  Hawai'i Nature Squad
Earwigs pinch prey, not fingers
 •  Achievers
 •  Births
 •  Celebrations
 •  Newlyweds
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Volunteers