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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 8, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Big Island farmer shot while checking for thieves
 •  Unemployment claims decline nationwide
 •  Market slumps in anticipation of short recession
 •  State to receive $530,000 in tire settlement
 •  Bush calls on Americans to stay alert, not afraid
 •  Text of President Bush's speech
 •  Woman missing in year's first big winter surf

Local News
 •  City Council doesn't ban smoking in restaurants
 •  UH ready to revive School of Public Health
 •  UH-Manoa gets share of meth study grant
 •  Collapsed piers to be replaced at Ala Wai Harbor
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Ehime Maru
Navy ends Ehime Maru recovery operations
 •  Ehime Maru memorial receives preliminary approval
 •  Education
Teens in Leilehua video program land paying gigs
 •  Our Schools | Mililani High School
Enrollment feeds well-rounded programs on big campus
 •  On Campus
We know DOE isn't a deer, but ...
 •  Education briefs
 •  Police/Courts
Lindsey's fraud trial set for March in Las Vegas
 •  Police Beat
 •  Neighbor Islands
Panel hears support, opposition to nude sunbathing
 •  Waimea homes selling fast
 •  Maui firm defies order to remove cable lines
 •  Big Island police make 138 gambling arrests
 •  Awards
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

 •  UH sports
Dobelle seeks coaches' input on conference affiliation
 •  A coach's dedication to defense
 •  Don't mess with Warriors' Wright, Brown, Alapa
 •  Nikolic comes of age through travel, trials and tribulations
 •  Wahine blast Boise, 7-1, at WAC soccer tourney
 •  There's no breaking Tuitele's heart
 •  These Surfriders come in huge waves
 •  State bowling gets rolling today
 •  Hunger burns within Nu'uanu firefighter
 •  Isle File
Cheerleaders from UH earn national berth
 •  Golf report
Konishiki tourney big hit
 •  Coordinator's ability to think on his feet pays off in long run
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  London premiere of 'Harry Potter' a smashing success
 •  Theater box offices already open for film's Nov. 16 debut
 •  Health
Early signs of ovarian cancer can be subtle
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Tip-off
Musical storm set to blow into Hawai'i
 •  Movie Openings
 •  The Left Lane
Color for charity
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Insurers seek 9.1% boost in workers' comp rates
 •  Renewed focus on easing cruise-ship law
 •  Schuler Homes buys 60 acres
 •  Suiza Foods' profits decline
 •  National business
Worker output up — but at a price
 •  New home sales fall in California

 •  Editorial
'Resign to run' law should be cleared up
 •  Editorial
Condemnation good sentiment, bad idea
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Second Opinion
Repeal bars to cruise ships