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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 13, 2001

Local News
 •  Lab confirms first case of dengue fever on O'ahu
 •  Navy lifts Ehime Maru off ocean floor
 •  School enrollment levels after years of decline
 •  Felix panel wants to see autism files
 •  Rep. Ed Case says he'll run for governor
 •  The September 11th attack
NBC anthrax case leaves New York jittery
 •  Q&A: The anthrax bacteria
 •  Military prepares for ground phase of war
 •  Warplanes pound Kabul neighborhood
 •  For many in Hawai'i, danger feels more real now
 •  Precautions advised in handling of mail
 •  Mail delivery not yet up to full speed
 •  Increase in calls keeps hazmat units busy
 •  Coalition to help residents cope with terror aftermath
 •  Other news
Study looks at wanderings of Alzheimer's patients
 •  James Koshi, dairy industry leader, dead at 82
 •  Neighbor Islands
Crews clearing discarded nets from Kaua'i's east shore
 •  Insecticide sickens Pahoa students
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
The more things change ...

 •  UH, UTEP ready to tangle
 •  Wagner's defense back in Hawai'i
 •  Wahine turn back Miners
 •  UHH's sweep stuns HPU women
 •  St. Louis drives by Punahou, 46-17
 •  Castle rolls to easy win, 23-0
Savovic leads Green squad to Midnight 'Ohana win
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Book Review
'Rainbow' showcases Hawai'i nature photos
 •  Book Review
'Rainbow' showcases Hawai'i nature photos
 •  The September 11 attack | America strikes back
'Instant books' chronicle terror attacks
 •  Island Sounds
Jawaiian dominates new Opihi Pickers release
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Stage Review
Wacky 'Beauty and the Beast' provides surprises
 •  Churches tailor services for Gen Xers
 •  Where We Worship
Synagogue focuses on participation
Muslims seek effective political voice in U.S.
 •  Expressions of Faith
Living the way we should
Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  Inouye backs tax credit for people who vacation
 •  House panel approves business tax cuts
 •  Job fair will offer work alternatives
 •  Insurers cut off cruise line customers
 •  Japan Airlines projects loss of $330 million

 •  Editorial
Dengue fever battle must involve each of us
 •  Editorial
Time for Waikiki to offer a deal on parking
 •  Letters to the Editor