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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 18, 2001

Local News
 •  Dengue fever count now 59
 •  State sets harsh penalties for anthrax hoaxes
 •  Ehime Maru yields two more bodies
 •  Army resumes war games in Makua Valley
 •  Violations of mental patients' rights alleged
 •  Legislators probe propriety of special-education contract
 •  Education
Kawaiaha'o School keeps old values alive
 •  New dorms planned for UH-Hilo
 •  Our Schools | Kapunahala Elementary School
'Ohana driving force behind student achievement
 •  On Campus
UH thrift shop celebrates 30 years
 •  HPU enrollment increases again
 •  Other news
City Council mandates sprinkler retrofits
 •  Underground utilities sought for Kane'ohe
 •  Old play equipment removed from Kailua Elementary
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Officials end boy's fund raising

 •  Downturn affects UH fund
 •  Receiver is Tulsa's man in motion
 •  Manuma out for rest of season
 •  Wahine win 10th match in a row
 •  HPU, BYUH, Chaminade in PacWest volleyball race
 •  Golf Report
New twist at Sony Open
 •  Out of sight first hole-in-one
 •  Isle File
UH men's volleyball team plays alumni Friday
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Tae kwon do student finds peace in dojang
 •  Film festival organizers still hope to land Ebert
 •  Rapid hearing loss in both ears considered rare in healthy folks
 •  The Left Lane
How to handle taking multiple medications
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Movie Openings
 •  You can help

 •  Hotels at 60% occupancy, losing $2.7 million a day
 •  Estate crafts Kaka'ako plan
 •  Tourism industry struggling to stay afloat
 •  A&B income down 19%
 •  BancWest enjoys healthy quarter
 •  CB Bancshares profits up 10.2% in 3rd quarter
 •  United CEO's grim letter provokes union anger
 •  Finland reigns in global competitiveness

 •  More information needed on detainees
 •  Unity campaign needed for local welfare groups
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Use hurricane fund wisely