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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 5, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Arrest made in Palolo murder case
 •  Winds to clear stifling heat tomorrow
 •  Moon in eclipse stages early morning
 •  Both fireworks shows suffer mishaps
 •  Police Beat
 •  Market falls on Liberty House buyer's earnings warning

Local News
 •  Hikers ignore warnings on Stairway to Heaven
 •  Man killed in 'Ewa police chase
 •  The late Moon Ja Kim still a mystery
 •  Ko Olina moves into new phase of growth
 •  Ongoing or planned developments at Ko Olina
 •  Magic Island fireworks stalled by misfired shell
 •  Everybody loves a parade in Kailua, U.S.A.
 •  Education
Wai'anae thankful for LCC campus
 •  Our Schools Kanoelani Elementary
Technology power comes from 'the tower'
 •  On Schools
Supplying support for teachers
 •  Okinawa, UH nursing programs team up
 •  Fire officials pursuing stricter sprinkler law
 •  Navy goes after goats at Lualualei
 •  Catfish wait at Nu'uanu for August fishing season
 •  Federal aid to ease immigrants' cost to Hawai'i
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui trying to solve Wailuku parking crunch
 •  Ka'u man shot at home by intruder
 •  Molokai man wounded
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mike Leidemann
Tennis game at 2 gets heated

Sports
 •  Football powers may play here
 •  Lanikai captures Macfarlane title
 •  Isle File
Wahiawa golfer leads Jr. Masters

Island Life
 •  Try & tri-again
Athletes value self, set priorities
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Adams mini-boom picking up steam
 •  Commentary
How scared boy became a top teenage scholar
 •  The Left Lane
Keep it short
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

Business
 •  FAA looks into complaints about flight scheduling
 •  Tiny Kailua firm finds success online
 •  Taxpayer relief on its way to Hawai'i
 •  College savings program delayed
 •  Big Island grocer reorganizing
 •  U.S., world business
California firms use high tech to reduce energy costs
 •  Airlines worry as unions win big raises
 •  Air Canada intends to cut labor costs
 •  Pay-at-pump may be hurting convenience-store sales
 •  Forecasts lowered for luxury-goods maker LVMH

Opinion
 •  Editorial
Mirikitani resignation is in public interest
 •  Editorial
World AIDS crisis: Symbols not enough
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Second Opinion
Cooler heads are needed