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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 29, 2001

Local News
 •  Arizona prison considers evicting Hawai'i inmates
 •  Key witness in '75 case was murdered in 1986
 •  Islands' forests losing battle against miconia pest
 •  Girls field opportunities with soccer
 •  Same-sex couples on the rise
 •  Teachers call latest state offer 'cynical'
 •  'Safe Return' identifies 170 Alzheimer patients
 •  Beach preservation
Makaha shore relief near
 •  Army Corps eases beach permit process
 •  Other news
Guam halau wins boys' hula contest
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Early registration urged for Pa'ia Reunion
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Teachers should take the high road regarding contract dispute

 •  WAC touts new stability
 •  Clinic becomes blocking party
 •  Maui's Hawaiian Canoe Club looking strong for state meet
 •  Another national title for Lee
 •  Six girl wrestlers from Hawai'i honored
 •  Pearl City girls soccer coach calls it a career
 •  Dwyer enjoying productive offseason
 •  Ideta goes for seventh Night Doubles title
 •  Isle File
Valentin wins second in longboard series
 •  UH will remain in WAC out of necessity
 •  Co-coaches will handle Pearl City girls soccer
 •  Derby's drills borrow from other sports

Island Life
 •  Dueling 'ukulele makers
 •  Your next 'ukulele could be a Fluke
 •  Conference on hula opening today in Hilo
 •  Caroline Rhea to replace Rosie
 •  Homestyle
The beautiful blossoms of summer
 •  Home and Garden calendar
 •  Art
Exhibit's 'tough' art is interesting but lacks edge
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Will your pet smile for camera?
 •  Adoptables
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
Looking back on 'good old days'
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Thousands show up for WorldPoint auction
 •  Price of paradise shrinks
 •  Retailing giant on a new push
 •  United Airlines' Hawai'i market going strong
 •  Buyers bid for remnants of high-tech glamour life
 •  Japanese farmers fear Koizumi's reforms
 •  Analysts say rally will come after Nasdaq hits its low
 •  Lost money? Blame the advisers

 •  Editorial
Kaka'ako med school deserves second look
 •  Editorial
U.S. builds reputation as a 'Lone Ranger'
 •  Commentary
The remarkable destiny of Megawati
 •  Authors reinvent Hawai'i history
 •  After Deadline
Use of old photos not without pitfalls
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Jerry Burris
Key terms in teacher pay dispute

 •  Pop culture, early puberty making girls grow up fast
 •  Honorable Mention
Island youths honored as Presidential Scholars
 •  Mentor programs urged
 •  Three weekends of carnival-like fun
 •  Deadline for letters extended
 •  Family Matters
Parents try to close communication gap with teens
 •  Fun House
Wolfgang shows his street cool
 •  Prescriptions
Antioxidant nutrients help offset diabetes
 •  How do you rear peace-loving children?
 •  No cost to share your good news in 'Ohana
 •  Understanding chameleon's eating habits
 •  Deb Aoki's Bento Box
 •  Reunions
 •  Weddings
 •  Achievers
 •  Births