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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 15, 2001

Local News
 •  Hawai'i teachers OK strike overwhelmingly
 •  Apology tempers painful testimony
 •  Students, staff return today to Radford
 •  Tuition increase on UH agenda
 •  Mercury cleanup slow at Halawa
 •  Radford High illness unexplained
 •  Copter crash probes may yield new data
 •  Corrections
 •  Obituaries
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Residents offer ways to end Maui gridlock
On Schools
 •  Thailand minority shows how to stretch resources
 •  Education briefs
Our schools • Nu'uanu Elementary
 •  Involved parents and teachers make education lively and fun
 •  New UH science program prospers
 •  World Court rejects case of Big Island man
 •  Governor's use of state money for ad criticized
 •  Trust seeks to resolve campaign charges
 •  Camping ban idea sparks outcry
 •  Waipahu wary of two boulders above busy road
 •  UH chief-to-be gets a Hilo earful
 •  Annoying ads part of our history
 •  Patient seeks his freedom
 •  Police Beat
 •  Mansho loses council posts
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Union leader stepping down
 •  Impact of strike to be widespread
 •  Teachers' contract dispute at a glance
 •  Campus mood is sympathetic
 •  Waddle's crew disputes possibility of fatal arrogance
 •  Waddle apologizes to Onishi
 •  Court of inquiry's schedule
 •  To our readers
 •  Hi-jacking reported at Ala Moana

 •  Wahine's Galloway quits basketball team
 •  Support hastened Jones' swift recovery
 •  UH practices simulate late game time
 •  How these Rainbows blended into one
 •  Viloria considers launching pro boxing career
 •  Golf Report: Shibuya shooting to the top
 •  UH set for final MPSF home volleyball match
 •  Reliever Childers to make starting debut
Small Colleges
 •  BYUH tennis teams holding court all week
 •  Ex-UH pitcher Scott Karl released by Padres
Ferd Lewis
 •  Marquee matchup for Wahine
 •  Jones home, might take in final UH scrimmage
 •  'Bows carry superstitions to the dining table
Isle File
 •  UH-Hilo executes third straight softball sweep
 •  March Grand Sumo Tournament

Island Life
 •  St. Francis markets Gamma Knife to Pacific Rim
 •  Harry Potter companion books released
 •  Auntie Genoa still hits high notes
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Prom stories - What spoiled that night for you?
 •  Makaha Sons plan benefit concert
 •  Duo dishes out fashion comments
 •  Media council plans 30th Information Day
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Modern medicine uses complementary methods
 •  Achievers

 •  New Star-Bulletin hits snags
 •  Star-Bulletin's sale marks end of joint operation
 •  Airlines to tell fliers of low fares, delays
 •  Japanese wireless Internet service to hit U.S.
 •  Disposable air clips next for cell phones
 •  Cafˇ Starbucks to open in French-speaking Quebec
 •  Japanese government considers buying shares to boost economy
 •  Report says U.S. automakers improved reliability
Business Briefs
 •  Kamakura Corp. gets $2.5 million in financing
 •  Fears of market bailout grow
 •  Pressure mounts for Fed to cut rates

 •  Teachers deserve a substantial raise
 •  Rene Mansho case must not end with fine
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Why Army won't do right by Makua