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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 17, 2001

Local News
 •  USS Greeneville violated rules, sonar man says
 •  Special ed teachers not allowed to strike
 •  Disease again threatens Big Island papaya industry
 •  UH tuition increase gets final approval
 •  Erosion hurting Kaho'olawe artifacts
 •  Mercury found in Waipi'o park
 •  Wahiawa doctor pleads guilty to fraud charges
 •  Everyone seems to be apologizing
 •  Obituaries
 •  Despondent man ends Punchbowl standoff
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  Poll finds strong support for UH strike
 •  Purpose of sub trip criticized
 •  Sonar watch practices scrutinized
 •  Widow writes of family's loss

 •  Syracuse too much for Rainbows, 79-69
 •  Hawai'i blocks out 4th-ranked USC
 •  Wahine welcomes BYU for WNIT's 2nd round
 •  Nevada rallies to defeat Hilo in WAC baseball
 •  Sports Notices
 •  Savovic may not have been 'Savo' this week
 •  A loss, but UH's future looks bright

Island Life
 •  'Once' presents a real slice of life
 •  'Moonglow' lands summer airing
 •  Isle chefs nominated for Beard Awards
 •  Nueva Vida celebrates rebirth in style
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Cambodian pastor set to speak
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  O'ahu Dunkin' Donuts shop sets franchise record
 •  Workers' comp insurance rate stability expected
 •  Problems solved, Star-Bulletin says
 •  Tourism board to buy security gear for police
 •  China Airlines to end Isle flight

 •  Japan's Mori visits Washington, Hawai'i
 •  Campaign reform plan deserves a full test
 •  Letters to the Editor