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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 20, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 • ILH to restructure for football
 •  Jump snarls H-1 traffic
 •  Wife held in attempted attack
 •  Bill would expand Pu'uhonua park
 •  Trial set for 2 in attack on gay camp
 •  Hawai'i gives in, moves game
 •  Market rises after report of stable ad revenues
 •  Isle men rate high for heart health

Local News
 •  Macy's pledges to keep spirit of Liberty House
 •  Alcohol, drug abuse by students is down, survey says
 •  Kapa'a Quarry runoff leads to $15,000 fine
 •  City concerned about worker compensation plan
 •  U.S. House OKs 70 percent increase in GI Bill benefits
 •  Education
Special-ed student gains court victory
 •  Legislators subpoena Felix decree monitors
 •  Police/Courts
Taped Mirikitani told employee to deny wrongdoing
 •  Police to revamp radio system
 •  Officer who shot man in Mililani cleared of possible charges
 •  Suspected drug operation investigated in Nanakuli
 •  Mililani rapist's minimum term set at 80 years
Police Beat
 •  Other news
Wai'anae health center starts fund drive
 •  OHA job interviews at Pacific Club criticized
 •  Ann Walker Burns, of Amfac Walkers, dead at 75
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Ex-Beatle Harrison, Maui neighbors settle access lawsuit
 •  New poll adds to debate over fluoridation of Kaua'i's water
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Liberty House came through for local folks
 •  Bob Krauss
Tracking the kolea in Alaska

 •  Damien's forfeiture bid raises questions
 •  WAC wants UH to move football game to Friday afternoon
 •  Wie struggles with putter at Publinx
 •  Komine named to all-America second team
 •  Isles may be considered for arena football franchise
 •  Pro baseball
'Iron Man' Ripken ready to call it a career
 •  Bonds blasts No. 37 to tie record
 •  Major league scouts will view local players here
 •  Isle File
Tanoue wins national air rifle championship
 •  Ferd Lewis
Anticipated sellouts appropriate for one who never did sell out

Island Life
 •  Workday for dogs
 •  Tip-off
Hawai'i Theatre schedules concerts
 •  The Left Lane
River ripper
 •  Around Town
Cannon to direct Army's 'Lady'
 •  Show Biz
Theater fund-raiser to honor Tom Moffatt
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
Ubiquitous chardonnay
 •  Entertaining
Benefits of drinking green tea adds to its delight
 •  Imbibe
Quality Tequila good enough to be sipped like fine wine
 •  Off the Shelf
Black beans enliven Chinese dishes
 •  Cook's Tips
Care for your basting brushes
 •  Market Basket
Watermelon lovers now have choices
 •  Profiles
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Taste testers find Kamuela tomato superior in flavor
 •  Editor's Choice
Fresh-sliced fruits complete Mexican Cake with Three Milks
 •  Quick Bites
Savory 'lollipops' fit for grownups
 •  10th Annual Taste of Honolulu

 •  Liberty House
Macy's pledges to keep spirit of Liberty House
Q&A: Retailer Macy's says it's here for long haul
 •  Demise of Hawai'i's oldest retail store chain saddens many
 •  A look at Liberty House, FDS and Macy's
 •  Details of sale ensure most of 3,000 workers will be retained
 •  Liberty House buyer follows proven strategy
 •  Special report: Aloha Liberty House
 •  Other business
Bank of Hawaii clients weary of fees, long lines
 •  Digital Island buyout continues
 •  Crop losses shut down Hilo packing facility
 •  National business
Women sue Wal-Mart over promotions, pay
 •  FedEx begins setting up shop at post offices
 •  Accounting firm fined $7 million for falsifying reports
 •  One-day walkouts hit two Japanese airlines

 •  Editorial
Teacher pact dispute is a confusing mess
 •  Editorial
Damien is right to forfeit football games
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Special-ed solution requires drug tests