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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 28, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Mirikitani's criminal case goes to jury
 •  Isle shipping strike feared
 •  Costco plans store in Iwilei
 •  Man accused of violating order, hurting ex-wife
 •  'Missing' fishermen return safely
 •  Radio listeners pledge $2,245 to replace playground
 •  Tourism numbers down
 •  Police seeking $3 million from feds
 •  Sixth-grader golfer enterswomen's championship finals
 •  Interest rate cut, Microsoft help Dow rebound

Local News
 •  Rights commission faulted
 •  Council urges study of new zoo location
 •  Army return to Makua delayed
 •  July 4th to test new fireworks law
 •  Man accused of violating order, hurting ex-wife
 •  Traffic
State Farm lists worst intersections throughout state
 •  Kaimuki man, struck by car on Sunday, dies at Queen's
 •  Sewer work adds to Hawai'i Kai tie-ups
 •  Pearl City street gives drivers one more way to go
 •  Education
Thieves steal Headstart fun
 •  Teachers considering legal action, walkout
 •  Teachers learn sailing from master
 •  Our Schools • Leihoku Elementary
Wai'anae youngsters hooked on books
 •  Hawai'i students do well at History Day competition
 •  Okinawa university to honor Mortimer
 •  On Campus
A strange place to keep a ring
 •  Other news
Clarence Iona, decorated war veteran, dead at 83
 •  Coalition working out reburial of remains
 •  Bishop Museum still searching for Duckworth successor
 •  Ke'eaumoku hostess bar may lose liquor license
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui panel blocks church expansion
 •  Kaua'i panel OKs cultural parcels in subdivisions
 •  Astronomy center to feature 'real time' images
 •  Na Pali Coast tour boat owners back in business
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mike Leidemann
Mapping out dreams of travel

 •  KFVE may have to bid to regain rights from ESPN
 •  UH volleyball places four on all-academic team
 •  Catcher Flick leaving UH baseball team
 •  Sixth-grader gains semis in women's match play golf
 •  High school big men dominate NBA draft
 •  Isle File
Metzger, Wong upset in pro volleyball
 •  High school all-stars
Spring all-league teams
 •  Golf Report
Therapy on the links
 •  Ferd Lewis
Winter of discontent in Olympic TV viewing

Island Life
 •  Health
New catheter technique helps stroke treatment
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Try & tri again
Bicycling can bring worries of its own
 •  Tip-off
Army gears up for July 4 extravaganza
 •  The Left Lane
Bigtime baubles
 •  Acting coach offering workshops
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Hawai'i banks match Fed interest rate cut
 •  Analysts say quarter-point cut part of wait-and-see strategy
 •  DFS store on Maui slated for closure
 •  Grove Farm to expand Puakea Golf Course
 •  Tourism Authority OKs $1.2 million in grants
 •  Business briefs
 •  U.S., world business
Retailers eye holidays tentatively
 •  Japanese industrial production down
 •  Cathay pilots urged to settle
 •  Air New Zealand pushes Singapore bid

 •  Editorial
Report on Hawaiians may broaden thinking
 •  Editorial
Genetic discrimination has no workplace role
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Others are also hurt by hate crimes