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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 23, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wai'anae brush fire brought under control

Local News
 •  Traffic
Cops mean it: Slow down!
 •  Pedestrians still in critical condition
 •  In court
Circuit Court nomination of Clifton riles Inouye, Akaka
 •  Prosecutors cite Mirikitani's notes
 •  Other news
Libraries get $1.5 million bequeathed by visitor
 •  Cayetano to veto booster seat rules
 •  Ex-state lawmaker makes Bush's list
 •  Brush fire lights up Windward section
 •  Mental hospital names new director
 •  Diver rescued near Waikiki
 •  Cayetano signs bill to help principals
 •  Neighbor Islands
Big Island kidnap arraignment turns rowdy
 •  Rare seeds stolen from nature preserve
 •  Carol Rogers used art to revive Big Isle town
 •  Fishermen found 54 miles off land
 •  Council limits coral harvesting
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Without Xena, why watch TV?

 •  Wie edged out in Public Links
 • Hawai'i's Clay finishes third in USA decathlon
 •  UH, KFVE looking to extend their local television contract
 •  Ruff-Man will feature family-friendly fighting
 •  Aloha State GAmes results
 •  Track and Field Junior Olympics results
 •  Isle File
Maverick football clinic at Iolani

Island Life
 •  Island Books
Riddle of the robe
 •  Island Sounds
'Best of Poi' compiles Island favorites
 •  Around Town
Fourth of July musical planned
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Faith
Dance guild touts graceful worship
 •  Father Damien film receives another honor
 •  Where We Worship
Good Shepherd Lutherans reach out to youth
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Expressions of Faith
Reinosha link real, spiritual
 •  Faith calendar

 •  Keauhou resort will join Ohana chain
 •  Hawaiian Air reducing number of managers
 •  Waikiki community paper to cease publication
 •  Bankoh in talks with Westpac
 •  Two Mainland professors to join UH business faculty
 •  And now, the robot golf instructor

 •  Editorial
Wai'anae relief road more than a cost issue
 •  Editorial
Theater for Youth a gem to be saved
 •  Letters to the Editor