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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 17, 2001

Local News
 •  In court
Judge bars Makua training
 •  Appeals court rules against Chai's owner
 •  Woman pleads guilty to money laundering
 •  Other news
Teachers to work without contract
 •  Democrats hedge bets in governor's race
 •  FAA rules to affect tour flights
 •  Hawai'i ACLU's 'gag order' criticized
 •  State Hospital may use private guards
 •  State scales back proposal for Ka Iwi park
 •  Paper-airplane toss worth $84,000
 •  Kolekole race set for Aug. 4
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  City government
City forum doesn't ease concerns over landfill
 •  Council member Okino hit by bicycle
 •  Kahalu'u wants tree-clearing delayed
 •  Commuting
Even Mililani gets the roadwork blues
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
Neighbor Islands
 •  Well-known Big Island fish auction plans to close
 •  Concern grows over Big Island drought
 •  Big Island police warn of bogus bills
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Time to bust out the 'buffet mu'u mu'u'

 •  UH sports
UH football refunds come at price of season tickets
 •  Hawai'i baseball adds two recruits
 •  Wahine again team to beat in WAC
 •  Pila named acting football coach at Farrington
 •  Heat offer Carter $12 million deal
 •  Viloria's next fight on ESPN2
 •  Isle File
Area players tapped for elite camp
 •  July Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru in sole possesion of lead at 10-0
 •  Ferd Lewis
Refunds would best serve UH

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Teens take a walk on the wild side of footwear
 •  Fads & Finds
Designer listens to complaints, puts the positives in pantyhose
 •  Police testing small SUV as replacement for carts
 •  The Left Lane
Fourth 'Fantasy'
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  Stage Review
'Dragonfly Wings' flits around several subplots
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hawaiian Airlines to buy nine more Boeing jets
 •  Local firms branching out
 •  Matson gets out of tug business
 •  National business
Hawai'i gas prices remain steady
 •  Search engines accused of deception
 •  Ford dealers to offer hands-free car phone
 •  Tourism Talk
Doing it Island style may not work with cruise industry

 •  Editorial
Waikiki's future takes on a brighter shine
 •  Editorial
Olympics: Now China must prove worthiness
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Kaka'ako should get green light to develop

 •  Hawai'i Tech
Public libraries offer Internet access for the computerless
 •  Bytemarks
Getting the last laugh with cyberjokes
 •  Didgets
Downsized digital printer makes photos a snap
 •  Wired In
Prices for recordable CDs going up, manufacturers say