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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 13, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 • Charges against ex-estate trustee thrown out again
 •  Hawai'i law gets tough on hate crime
 •  Repairs bring complaints Hana bridge made 'ugly'
 •  UH names new swimming coach
 •  Blaze destroys Waimanalo home
 •  Prosecutor outlines Mirikitani charges
 •  Police officer injured in hit-and-run
 •  United to lose top man in Isles
 •  Hawai'i briefs

Local News
 •  Church looking to buy land under OCCC
 •  Federal Detention Center ready
 •  Fatal crash highlights dangers of racing culture
 •  Fatal pit bull attack prompts talk of ban
 •  IRS to start sending tax checks July 23
 •  Harsher sentencing to address hate crimes
 •  Education
Mortimer gives last speech as UH president
 •  Legislature poised to study Felix expenses
 •  Police/Courts
Mirikitani's federal theft trial to begin today
 •  Local expert testifies in suspected abuse of child
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
City sets third hearing in Waialae Country Club net dispute
 •  Skateboarders await Sunset Beach facility
 •  Hawai'i Koreans decry book that tones down Japan's role in World War II
 •  Phone service aids hearing-impaired people
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Striking Moloka'i nurses to vote on offers tomorrow
 •  Access fees for Kipahulu to help fight miconia
 •  Swimmer calls off Kaua'i-Ni'ihau try
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Not just any shoyu will do, some say

 •  Mountain West future
Mountain West won't expand for now
 •  Ferd Lewis
UH will be at home with WAC for awhile
 •  Other sports
McKnight might not return to June Jones' staff
 •  Wilton asks UH for five-year deal
 •  Basketball Rainbows complete schedule for 2001-02
 •  Isle File
Hawai'i boxers en route to nationals

Island Life
 •  100 years of fezes and philanthropy
 •  Donations are harder to come by for Shriners
 •  Shrek sequel, two originals coming soon
 •  The Left Lane
Soap station
 •  Show Biz
DeLima birthday bash benefits local students
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
Vietnamese-style rice dishes
 •  Light, spicy beef, rice perfect for warm day
 •  Island Pantry
Heart of academy's Pavilion Cafe is in its kitchen
 •  Market Basket
Kahili Farms pineapples perfectly sweet
 •  Off the Shelf
Basmati rice fragrant, flavorful
 •  Cook's Tips
Frittata gives leftovers a second life
 •  Quick Bites
Local chefs take talents on the road
 •  Vintages
The discreet charm of Rhone-style reds
 •  Culinary Calendar

 •  Liberty House may be sold
 •  American Classic Voyages cuts prices, staff
 •  Kamehameha Schools names chief administrator
 •  Former Hawai'i lawyer to step down as FDIC head
 •  Asia business
Hospital crews join mass strike in South Korea
 •  Japanese airline to expand operations
 •  Nokia shares fall on profit alert
 •  National business
E-quake ripple spreads to service sector
 •  Firms set guides on conflicts of interest
 •  Phone systems maker Avaya cuts work force

 •  Editorial
Reforms needed at Capital Loan Program
 •  Editorial
Style separates Bush, Europeans
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Akaka Bill must pass Congress