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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 22, 2001

Local News
 •  Hawai'i 'Megan's Law' struck down by court
 •  Wave-height reporting confusing at best, deadly at worst
 •  Cayetano says budget crunch may hit schools, pension fund
 •  3,000 books given to Leeward schools
 •  INS doubling bail for detainees
 •  The holidays
Special thanks in the ranks
 •  Holiday air travel less hectic than expected
 •  Dec. 1 festivities to open Honolulu City Lights
 •  Post Office advises sending holiday packages early
 •  Police/Courts
Fatal beating at cockfight unprovoked, witness says
 •  Former Maui student fatally stabbed in Cambridge
 •  Police Beat
 •  Education
Kaua'i students radio Space Station
 •  Our Schools | Academy of the Pacific
All 140 students have chance to shine at hillside campus
 •  On Campus
Popular books also the most challenged
 •  Education briefs
 •  Elections
Hirono loophole on fund-raisers ruled legal
 •  Official's resign-to-run interpretation challenged
 •  Neighbor Islands
Puna boy didn't kill or rape girl, father says
 •  Judge denies request to close charter school
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Other news
Gardner McKay, author and radio personality, dead at 69
 •  New dengue fever cases bring total to 87
 •  Traffic cones frustrate 'Ainakoa residents
 •  Ocean crew says tons of debris still pose danger
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Jobless sought for environmental workforce
 •  Salutes
 •  Obituaries

 •  Tiger wins 4th Grand Slam
 •  Top-ranked Blue Devils romp to third Maui Invitational title
 •  No. 3 UCLA routs SC for 3rd place in Maui
 •  UHH seeks boost from Rainbows
 •  Perkins right at home in North Shore high surf
 •  Receiver Lelie is an All-American
 •  It'll be David vs. Goliath when Waimea faces Kahuku
 •  Ishitani resigns as Leilehua High head varsity football coach
 •  HPU's Subotic hoping patience will pay off this year
 •  Fonoti a Football News All-American
 •  Musashimaru defeats Asashoryu, improves to 11-1
 •  Golf Report
State must hold on to these pro tournaments
 •  Isle File
42nd state karate meet scheduled for Sunday
 •  A time to offer thanks
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Lahaina hula paraders leaving mark in New York
 •  What are you thankful for today?
 •  Expect a red, white and blue Christmas
 •  The Left Lane
Peddling 'Potter,' Comics for charity, Devour the fashions, Water tree easy way
 •  Stage Review
Final scene a standout in undistinguished 'Redwood'
 •  Cades Awards for Literature winners named
 •  Rapper releases two versions of 'Cocky'
 •  Criticism motivates Creed to become bigger success
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Craft Fair Calendar
 •  Movie Opening
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Health Calendar

 •  O'ahu new home sales up 74 percent in October
 •  JAL extends reduced schedule
 •  Earnings down 50 percent at mac nut firm
 •  U.S., world business
Deals may cut into 2002 auto sales
 •  New jobless claims dip for fourth week
 •  Japan's trade surplus plunges 32.9 percent
 •  EMachines agrees to $159 million buyout

 •  Editorial
There's still so much for which to give thanks
 •  Editorial
Charity: greater need, diminishing resources
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
A lesson learned early of thanksgiving