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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 28, 2001

Local News
 •  O'ahu wells drying up fast
 •  Audit cites abuses at State Hospital
 •  Waimea Falls Park facing permits fight
 •  BOE plan would add creationism
 •  Woman feels effects of another's death
 •  Rex Barber, WWII fighter pilot, dead at 84
 •  City government
Conflict of interest alleged in city vote on eco-camp
 •  Council moves to clean up Waipahu field's soil
 •  Police
Police frustrated in search for Waikiki nightclub promoter
 •  Couple arrested in alleged nightmarish punishments
 •  Police Beat
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i Electric suitors spar over cost control
 •  Kona educator remembered
 •  Electrical problem blamed for Happy Valley Cafe fire
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Why real men don't do laundry

 •  Paddlers ready to cross Kaiwi Channel today
 •  Armstrong closes in on win
 •  Hilo Muni duo claims 4-Ball title
 •  Kalakaua teacher is trivia champion
 •  Isle File
McKinley grad close to gaining eligibility
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  KTUH feels the power
 •  Historical group reprints rare books in Hawaiian
 •  Island Sounds
Bruce Hamada, Jim Howard CD reminiscent of a club visit
 •  Letters on living
 •  Tell us about your faith organization
 •  Around Town
Ballet master slates classes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  Tube notes
 •  Faith
Center offers spiritual healing space
 •  Expressions of Faith
Crown of thorns can teach a lot
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar

 •  WorldPoint's furniture goes on auction block
 •  Business briefs
 •  National business
Tax refund notices create questions
 •  United, US Airways call off merger
 •  Economic growth weakest since 1993
 •  California city law on 'living wage' spurs debate

 •  Editorial
Faster response was needed on the Pali
 •  Editorial
Police officers implore: Buckle up your keiki
 •  Letters to the Editor