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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 17, 2001

Local News
 •  Study of USS Arizona decay set
 •  Father's Day
Dad's coaching a labor of love
 •  Education
Scholarship a testament of hope
 •  Mortimer reign at UH a time of ups and downs
 •  No-drug events getting popular
 •  Teacher to log 134 miles to help Kahuku students
 •  Other news
Trolleys fill seats to Kaimuki area
 •  Dragon boats blessed with a bang
 •  East Honolulu signs still in works
 •  Kaimuki kidnap suspect still at large
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Lana'i plane crash survivor to be interviewed
 •  Man shot by police recovering in Hilo
 •  Obituaries
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Lee Cataluna
Wisdom imparted by Tutu-man

 •  Wai'anae's Kuhaulua signs with Twins
 •  Girl, 13, a fencing 'stealth fighter'
 •  Goosen, Cink share one-shot U.S. Open lead
 •  Miami wins World Series title
 •  Isle File
Tischler keeps lead in Rainbow Open golf
 •  Trapasso linking past to present
 •  Lakers are a dynasty in making

Island Life
 •  Composer makes CD debut
 •  Music from the heart
 •  Qualify for prizes by voting for eateries
 •  Lasting legacy of a father's undying love
 •  Chef from hell cooks up heavenly cuisine
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Art Review
Traditional craft elevated to artform
 •  Art Review
Young artists show alternative visions
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Hawai'i Gardens
Hawai'i welcomes master bonsai artist
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  Animal Companions
Keep toxic plants away from your pet
 •  Animal Companions

 •  Labor leaders among highest paid officials in Hawai'i
 •  Kaka'ako agency may suspend affordable-housing fee
 •  Vacation-rental business still brisk
 •  Kentucky woman among new batch of master bourbon tasters
 •  Asia business
Toyota chairman Okuda pushing new ventures
 •  Crime a boon to Japan's security industry
 •  Technology
Real estate agents ignoring Internet, studies say
 •  Dell strategy draws mixed reaction from industry watchers

 •  Editorial
Hawai'i must not be boxed in by test plan
 •  Editorial
Net metering a small step to self-sufficiency
 •  Focus
UH's Mortimer looks back on stormy eight-year tenure
 •  Recalling the best, worst of times at UH
 •  With a few changes, Hawai'i can be high-tech power
 •  After Deadline
Advertiser always open when it comes to the news
 •  Thomas Plate
Japan's reform lightning rod must stay
 •  Bob Dye
Henry Peters ponders political comeback
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Jerry Burris
Identifying a vision for Hawai'i

 •  Here's to Dad on his day
 •  Honorable Mention
Teen leader ready to leap into adulthood
 •  Hot events at Bishop Museum
 •  Delicious food, family fun
 •  Family Matters
Summer practice helps children retain school lessons
 •  Fun House
I told you to tell caller 'Mommy is not home'
 •  Prescriptions
Food for thought this Father's Day
 •  Hawai'i Nature Squad
Identifying 'debris' under stream rocks
 •  Wedding Diary
Pre-marriage classes end, bridal attire search begins
 •  Achievers
 •  Births
 •  Celebrations
 •  Newlyweds
 •  Family Calendar