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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 31, 2001

Local News
 •  Education
$110 million enriches UH
 •  Rule on harassment of gay kids yet to be imposed
 •  Scholarships reflect family's love of Kahuku
 •  Kahuku seniors give back to school
 •  Our Schools • Mililani Middle School
Mililani multi-track school offers blended curriculum
 •  Education briefs
 •  On Campus
Science camp opens new worlds
 •  State government
Union to fight state's plan for mental hospital
 •  Banker to lead reapportionment board
 •  Legislators to return to fix errors in three bills
 •  City government
City construction budget receives $2 million trim
 •  Jury can evaluate credibility of witness against councilman
 •  Police/Courts/Crime
Serious crime on O'ahu shows increase of 9%
 •  Honolulu pair indicted in money laundering
 •  Two charged in immigration fraud
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
Families get good news on Ehime Maru salvage
 •  As fortified as tungsten steel, Hawai'i speller stays in running
 •  Meat firm likes view from Kapolei
 •  Kahala senior center plan causes rift
 •  Three sets of Korean War MIA remains return
 •  Jean Tsai, occupational therapist, dead at 66
 •  Noted doctor Erida Reichert Klemmer dies
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
State finalizes sale of Lumaha'i Beach
 •  Big Island gun dealer banned from weapons
 •  Pair to speak at Kaua'i forestry conference
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Mike Leidemann
Wonders outweigh the glitches
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

 •  Hawai'i lifeguards face international competition at Ocean Challenge
 •  UH sailors drop to third at nationals
 •  UH-Hilo may join NCAA Division II for baseball
 •  Update: Hawai'i players in professional baseball
 •  Sixers edge Bucks, 89-88, to take series lead
 •  Isle File
UH's Bardecki cited for water polo
 •  Ferd Lewis
Yoshida's baseball coaching hire must be perfect

Island Life
 •  Health
One-stop shop
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Arrival of o-bon season signals celebration and remembrance
 •  Bon Dance Calendar
 •  The Left Lane
Streamin' Rabbett
 •  Movie Openings
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Tourism Authority may seek emergency funds for marketing
 •  Big Island power company may lower large users' rates
 •  Former BofA exec to head Bank of the Orient here
 •  Interisland airlines to receive excise tax break
 •  Power producer fined $45,430
 •  Appeals panel routes trial against Dole to state court
 •  National business news
Resort hopes to lure Las Vegas high rollers
 •  Alcatel still eyes U.S. expansion
 •  Colorado reports big ski season
 •  New liquid bandage could hit stores in 2002

 •  Editorial
Kaua'i incident points to reality of hate crime
 •  Editorial
Disabled golfer ruling a limited, sensible call
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Jim Ohta: giant among giants