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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 19, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Liberty House sold, to become a Macy's
 • Highlights of the deal
 • Generations of shoppers grew up with LIberty House
 •  Police Beat
 •  Suspicious 'lab' closes part of Farrington Highway
 •  Earnings worries keep market flat

Local News
 •  Education
Teachers may not get bonus on time
 •  Cayetano to cooperate in Felix consent inquiry
 •  Other news
Kapolei vision as yet unfulfilled
 •  Divers, researchers return to USS Arizona to study decay
 •  Search for new OHA administrator takes ugly turn
 •  City worker hooks huge fish, $10,000
 •  Honolulu Theatre for Youth losing 42-year mainstay to retirement
 •  City to take first step in Waimea Valley acquisition
 •  Preservationist groups get a victory in Irwin Park court case
 •  Woman dies in H-1 accident
 •  Dorothy Wilson, former Realtor, dead at 73
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Police/Court
Kidnap attempt stuns Kaimuki neighborhood
 •  Nigerian gets prison sentence, $586,000 fine for bank fraud
 •  Commuting
Kailua learns to deal with sewer work
 •  Water main breaks in Kalihi, snarls traffic
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Neighbor Islands
Puna shooting victim had long criminal past
 •  Maui gets new apartment complex
 •  Maui planning agency moves to temporary offices
 •  Circumstances of fatal plane crash on Lana'i a mystery, NTSB says
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Society readies for Feast of Holy Ghost

 •  Damien forfeits upset football players, parents
 •  Forfeiting is wrong, Damien grad says
 •  System is to blame for prep routs
 •  UH sports
UH holds up WAC-ESPN deal
 •  UH men's volleyball team adds outside hitter
 •  U.S. Open
South African wins U.S. Open in playoff
 •  Even in victory, Goosen had difficulty applying finishing touch
 •  Other sports
Ripken says he'll retire at end of season
 •  City planning tennis complex near Waipi'o-Gentry
 •  Viloria to be interviewed today on ESPN2
 •  Isle File
Kaua'i surfers advance in professional contest

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Riding high on fashion
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  Chili peppers could be next hot crop
 •  Japanese 'voice actors' give new life to American entertainment
 •  The Left Lane
Box-office battle
 •  Tomimbang planning series
 •  Tip-off
Kumu Kahua reviving 'Aloha Friday'
 •  VH1 wants to become part of viewer's lives
 •  Film institute ranks top thrillers of all time
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Marriott sells Kaua'i resort, but will continue to manage it
 •  Tech firm brings hope to local economy
 •  Manoa Innovation Center gets new manager
 •  Microsoft may pressure PC makers to exclude AOL
 •  Dole predicts higher second-quarter profits
 •  U.S. hotels struggling to make debt payments
 •  Japan showing more signs of economic slowdown
 •  Tyson, IBP back at the table
 •  Tourism Talk
Waikiki improvements must pass the test with new visitors

 •  Editorial
Isle reapportionment plan can be apolitical
 •  Editorial
Kaimuki trolley still an idea worth keeping
 •  Editorial
Garza death sentence raises deep questions
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
HECO's blind eye to change

 •  Wired In
Digital camera prices plummet with rise in supply, competition
 •  Hawai'i Tech
Living a spam-free existence
 •  Didgets
Book keeps you in tune with Opera browser
 •  Bytemarks
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