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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 23, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Teachers win key fight
 •  GST Telecom selling assets
 •  Maui High shooting threat reports investigated
 •  Waipahu High calm after lockdown
 •  Truck driver arrested after newspaper carrier killed
Senior class sweeps Kamehameha Song Contest
 •  Police briefs

Local News
 •  Residents demand alternative to Wa'ahila power poles
 •  Prison reviewing "Security 101'
 •  Families silently mourn missing sons
 •  Enthusiasm for making sailing canoe is spreading through La'ie
 •  Film-TV revenue set Isle record in 2000
 •  Teachers, state called back to bargaining table
 •  Golf tee-time scam costs men playing privileges
 •  What's open and closed on Monday, Kuhio Day
 •  At-risk youth challenged to excel — and they do
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Big Isle planning chief opposes koa harvesting plan
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Neighborhood board election campaigns begin
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna Let's get action for Isle films
 •  Corrections
 •  Justices to rule on DUI alerts
 •  Helicopter crashes on test flight
 •  Shooting rumors to keep Maui High closed
 •  Next UH president's fresh approach wins admirers
 •  Escapee crashes into HPD's front steps
 •  Lawsuit filed in school molestation case

 •  UH will bid for WNIT title game
 •  UH aims at 'wellness' in spring
 •  Warriors have every thing to lose
 •  Mid-Pacific, 'Iolani remain unbeaten
 •  Visitors get no pity at the pit
 •  Linebacker will get extra year of eligibility
 •  Destination: Better health
 •  Weekend rides planned
Outdoor Briefs
 •  Sand & Sea Festival this weekend
Isle File
 •  UH softball team wins two in Invitational
 •  March Grand Sumo Tournament

Island Life
 •  Oscars could use some fixes
 •  Elvis Week in Hawai'i centers around new Rock Cafe
Fads & Finds Wedding dolls on McDonald's menu
 •  Around Town Martha Stewart to be on 'Car Talk'
 •  Show Biz Moon tutors music, Bautista waits tables
 •  Tube Notes

 •  High-tech tax-incentive bills need work
 •  Snazzy Italian scooters return
 •  Loans lift Hawaiian hopes for enterprise
 •  Tax amount set for wholesalers
 •  Apple has worms in new OS X
 •  Japan insurer swallowed up by debt
 •  Technology funds take a beating
 •  Investors concede market to bears

 •  Census shows a shift in political landscape
Detente with Cuba is long overdue
 •  Second Opinion Don't raise minimum wage
 •  Letters to the Editor