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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 14, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Vieques decision may affect Makua
 •  Navy to stop training at Vieques
 •  Army begins switch to black berets
 •  Robbery possible in injury to ex-general
 •  Team headed for China to dismantle spy plane
 •  Kailua woman held in slashing incident
 •  Stocks tumble amid earnings warnings
 •  Python found in Pearl City home

Local News
 •  OHA bids for Waimea park
 •  In court
Mirikitani attorney leery of witnesses
 •  Perjury charges against former trustee rejected once more
 •  UH, Queen's sued in immigrant case
 •  Other news
Water at Kunia still polluted after 21 years
 •  Kunia pollutants by the numbers
 •  Energy incentives abound in Hawai'i
 •  Neighbor rouses women in blazing Waimanalo house
 •  DHHL subdivision in Wai'anae under way
 •  State changes payroll system to improve accuracy
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Legislation
Federal law to void Hawai'i estate tax
 •  Hirono signs state's first hate-crime law
 •  Education
Local students spread seeds of aloha, peace
 •  Maui High seeks auto-skills title
 •  Our Schools • Noelani Elementary School
Manoa school's hard work rewarded
 •  Education briefs
 •  On Campus
Honorary degrees go out again
 •  Neighbor Islands
Korean War museum given land on Big Isle
 •  Ticket Plus seeks Kaua'i call center
 •  Repairs bring complaints Hana bridge made 'ugly'
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Pursuit of Wong seems like a vendetta

 •  U.S. Open presents a tough challenge
 •  Castle grad Dean Wilson joins the Tiger hunt
 •  Golf Report
Suzuki will play in Senior PGA event
 •  UH sports
Wilton likes new conference format
 •  Alabama assistant named Rainbows' swimming coach
 •  Other sports
Lakers a win away from NBA title
 •  Sardinha gets $1 million signing bonus from Yankees
 •  Masters champion finds ocean of success in the pool
 •  Hula, Pro bowls to be on same weekend
 •  Aloha State Games results
 •  Stanford advances to College World Series final
 •  Isle File
UH coaches' shows may move to KHET
 •  Ferd Lewis
Viewers, advertisers prefer to see delayed TV

Island Life
 •  Health
Dental makeover
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Try and tri-again
Na Wahine triathletes intense, supportive at the same time
 •  Tale tells of Iwo Jima's two flag-raisings
 •  Hawai'i ties to bloody Pacific battle recalled
 •  The Left Lane
Here, kitty kitty
 •  News viewers still favoring KHON-2
 •  Guitar, 'ukulele festival at UH
 •  Record sale set at HPR studio
 •  Movie Openings
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  No deal yet for Liberty House
 •  United's Hawai'i chief set to retire
 •  Spending rose little in May
 •  Licensing industry turns cautious
 •  New JTB trams hitting Waikiki
 •  Asia business
China the lone bright spot among Asian economies
 •  World Bank might lower economic forecast for Asia
 •  South Korea labor strike loses some steam
 •  Internet
Amazon.com adds music, movies to its Japanese site
 •  Oracle seeks to retain database leadership

 •  Editorial
Don't expect church on Puuhale Road
 •  Editorial
Pit bull attacks show need for more liability
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
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