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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 16, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Court bars live fire training in Makua
 •  Vandals light more fires in Wai'anae
 •  Two escapees back at state hospital
 •  Warning leads Suisan to close Hilo fish auction
 •  Police Beat
 •  Business Briefs
 •  Hawai'i gas price highest
 •  Tech stocks hit by profit-taking

Local News
 •  Roadwork hits high gear
 •  Brunch on the Beach a big hit
 •  Doubts raised on efficiency of City Council
 •  Two more escape from State Hospital
 •  Disabled surfer still in search of perfect wave
 •  Falun Gong members rally against cruelties
 •  Japan tea ritual to be honored
 •  Farrington Highway reopens
 •  Laniloa lizard tale told
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Gifted keiki may lose enrichment program
 •  Solar wing returns with objectives met
 •  Murder defendant charged with dealing 'ice'
 •  Rod Ohira's People
Friends' lives take happy turn
 •  Corrections
 •  Obituaries
 •  Jan TenBruggencate
Farming, protecting land go together

 •  McLachlin's 7-under 64 too much for OCC vets
 •  Outrigger Canoe Club returns to glory
 •  Musashimaru alone at the top
 •  Isle File
Hawai'i volleyball players rule at beach

Island Life
 •  Island People
Lady of La Mariana
 •  '48 Hours' showcases true crime stories
 •  Stage Review
'Complete History' an over-the-top romp
 •  'Sandwich' generation seems to cope
 •  The Left Lane
Black tea may lead to a healthier heart
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Tryouts Calendar
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Wireless devices at risk for viruses, hacker attacks
 •  Theme parks feeling pinch
 •  Hot dog king tries rice bowls
 •  Fidelity Investments plans four new funds
 •  60 Seconds on Business
Fresh database helps in marketing
 •  Coming Events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Editorial
Felix: Lawmakers are living on the edge
 •  Editorial
Diminishing returns in MIA recoveries?
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Library already is progressing

Military Briefing
 •  Ceremony to recognize WWII Nisei linguists
 •  Briefs
 •  Military Update
Commissary privatization plan faces uphill fight