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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 26, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hawai'i to get bowl game
 •  Pedestrian killed in Wahiawa
 •  Lokelani Lindsey's appeal rejected
 •  Police Beat
 •  Schuler sees rise in income
 •  Cyanotech losses soar

Local News
 •  Incumbents may clash under new district lines
 •  Firefighters help mom give birth on H-2 Freeway
 •  Education
Thousands return to school
 •  Teachers to consider new state proposal
 •  Hawaiian scholarship program to get $4.4 million
 •  Our Schools St. Patrick School
Teachers stress community at Kaimuki parish
 •  On Campus
Ambitious fund-raising in UH plans
 •  Education briefs
 •  Police
HPD task force to tackle Ecstasy
 •  State allots new radio channels for HPD system
 •  Searches for Alheimer's patients fruitless
 •  Five O'ahu men indicted in series of arson cases
 •  Fire on Kapahulu lanai investigated
 •  City government
City seeks resolution of expenses for ADB
 •  Park workers' uniforms to cost city $90,000 a year
 •  Other news
Workers remedy slick section of Pali Highway
 •  Bedbug infestation causes concern in Isles
 •  EPA will scrutinize state's handling of Unisyn
 •  FAA to protect Koko Head cable
 •  Clarence Taba, WWII veteran and banker, dead at 79
 •  John Kwai Heen Yee, noted orchid cultivator, dead at 80
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Vonnie Lyons service planned
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
How to tell when it's summer

 •  UH Football
Warriors picked fourth; Fresno St. WAC favorite
 •  Jones: You're in good hands with Ashley Lelie
 •  Warriors may play Kansas in 2003
 •  Ex-Crusader Lee wins wrestling title
 •  Honolulu explores pro baseball's return
 •  Lakers to train, play game here
 •  Isle File
Warriors win Babe Ruth Pacific Southwest tourney
 •  Ferd Lewis
Pro ball in Hawai'i is great idea, but . . .
 •  Around the greens
Team Punahou set for tourney
 •  A grand field taking shape for Po'ipu
 •  Holes in one
 •  Waialae pro named top instructor
 •  Golf Tips

Island Life
 •  Health
Treatment hits the road
 •  Stroke patients reach hospital too late to get drug treatment
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Try & tri-again
Proper swimming skills calm nerves on race day
 •  The Left Lane
Noni will be tested as cancer fighter
 •  Around Town
Bill and Ben under the stars
 •  Movie Openings
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Adtech lays off 30 workers
 •  Burger King franchisee files for Chapter 11
 •  Kukui mall to undergo $15 million overhaul
 •  Maui Land & Pine's net income declines
 •  Tourism's effects concern residents
 •  Tourism Authority gives Kaua'i County $150,000
 •  Business briefs

 •  Editorial
Waikiki beach loss need not be permanent
 •  Editorial
China not the place for naive academics
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
We are in denial on addiction problems