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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 21, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Military rethinking carriers
 •  Bakery blaze closes Middle Street
 •  Crime-spree suspect charged
 •  Moloka'i Ranch sells stake
 •  Union leaflets airport
 •  Dillingham to sell paving division
 •  Financier's trial to be rescheduled
 •  Despite lack of news, markets end day high

Local News
 •  Native plants are thriving in protected areas
 •  UH teachers college poised for accreditation
 •  State pension fund takes hit
 •  Traffic
City to display wrecked Wahiawa vehicles
 •  Loss of access turn at Kewalo traffic island angers businesses
 •  Other news
Nurses recall Day of Infamy 'brought out best in people'
 •  Blaze damages home in Salt Lake
 •  Wai'anae home promotes saving energy, cash
 •  Chevron plans Mililani Mauka gas station
 •  Honolulu Symphony turns its fortunes around
 •  Lingle remains head of state GOP
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Jan TenBruggencate
Urban trees rising in popularity

 •  Punahou's Wie, 11, romps in Jennie K. golf
 •  Kalaheo, 'Aiea stars headline honorees
 •  Familiar faces rule in paddling
 •  'Aiea, Kalaheo girls vying for first state basketball championship
 •  Friis slowed by humidity, but still wins Kailua half marathon
 •  Kaiser, Punahou athletes first in Kailua-Popoi'a swim race
 •  May Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru wins, climbs to 7-2
 •  Isle File
Scalabrini is UH baseball's MVP

Island Life
 •  Snowbird: In the spirit of the Merrie Monarch
 •  Stage review
'Grace and Glorie' a fine study of endurance
 •  Other features
Theater complex opening to benefit Ready to Learn
 •  Dr. Phil analyzes life since Oprah
 •  Eminem gets child support tab
 •  The Left Lane
'Pearl Harbor' notes
 •  Tryouts
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hotels surf wireless Internet
 •  Phone carriers chase prepaid callers
 •  Vivendi Universal buying MP3.com
 •  Call to get creative unsettles many workers
 •  60 Seconds on Business
Creative thinking requires open mind
 •  Hawai'i at Work
Growing profits aren't enough to prevent layoffs these days
 •  Coming Events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Editorial
The King and Us: Support the Arizona
 •  Editorial
Numbers on aging are a sober warning
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
School vouchers: a change in position

Military Briefing
 •  Coast Guard keeps lights on
 •  Hearings set on Johnston Island cleanup
 •  Family pride
 •  Briefs
 •  Military Update
Key lawmaker opposes 'either/or' medical choice