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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 21, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Pilot dies in crash near Hale'iwa
 •  Woman injured in apparent road rage shooting
 •  Kite surfer drowns off Mokuleia

Local News
 •  7,000 try luck at job fair
 •  Education
Public schools' future cloudy
 •  Hilo firm's LeMahieu tie pursued
 •  Volunteers tackle school repairs
 •  UH approves tuition plan to help jobless
 •  Other news
Lawmakers in tight spot
 •  Ehime Maru crewman identified
 •  Winners' Camp finds home on hill
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Grants, awards
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss
Facing the past takes courage
 •  Lee Cataluna
Kama'aina rates leaving bad taste in mouths of everybody

 •  UH back in WAC chase
 •  UH offense fits Lelie like a glove
 •  Jones should go with hot hand . . . Rolovich's
 •  And the kicker is, Ayat's only a freshman
 •  Wahine trounce Bulldogs
 •  Kam gets defensive in beating Punahou
 •  Waialua beats Kalani for first win of season
 •  Isle File
Team Hawai'i paddlers fourth in Tahiti races
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Researchers transform Coconut Island into lab
 •  Freebies, food, fun at vendors' show
 •  The September 11th attack
'Most Wanted' terrorist special awash in tips
 •  Emmy Awards' third attempt at 'show must go on'
 •  Theater Review
'Equus' shattering script provides powerful drama
 •  Art
Craftsmen show features edgy, thought-provoking works
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Other features
Microchip ID implant can help track lost pets
 •  Adoptables
 •  On Arbor Day, plant a tree for free
 •  Home and Garden Calendar
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Hawai'i Days, Hawai'i Ways
Memories of Rocket Rod and the home team

 •  The September 11th attack
Agenda full at Legislature
 •  Firms called 'Ground Zero' find times tough
 •  American Classic bankruptcy
Isle cruise ships sail into ports, mothballs
 •  Cruise ships carried aloha
 •  Attacks end firm's struggle to regain stability
 •  Effects of bankruptcy filing
 •  Personal finance
Conservative market approach urged
 •  Bargain hunters urged to be careful
 •  Stay on the course, top fund managers suggest
 •  International business
Remnants of Marxism cloud China's future

 •  Editorials
A high-stakes session at which we cannot fail
 •  Council must finish the job on retrofitting
 •  Congress shutdown shows need to plan
 •  Focus
Can they keep Hawai'i afloat?
 •  Public safety should be of utmost concern
 •  Crisis requires state legislators to act quickly
 •  Sept. 11 hit our one-horse economy hard
 •  Bipartisan spirit will keep focus on urgent needs
 •  Commentaries
Let's help Hawai'i without hurting state's taxpayers
 •  Globalization should be weapon in war on terrorism
 •  Case relishes battle with 'Goliath' for governor
 •  After Deadline
Headlines wield big power
 •  Jerry Burris
Major test faces our Legislature
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Coping with financial crisis
 •  Honorable Mention
Pioneering research in Pacific lifestyles
 •  Wai'anae youths featured at festival
 •  LCC gets excited about education
 •  Children invited to 'rodeo'
 •  Fun House
'I want the clean rice, Mama!'
 •  Prescriptions
Healthy lifestyle can cut the risk of heart disease
 •  Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
Device demonstrates value of wheels
 •  Tell us what you love about the wizard
 •  Let us know about your Halloween family event
 •  Achievers
 •  Births
 •  Celebrations
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Wedding Diary
Nerves are starting to fray as Soga-Moore wedding day nears
 •  Weddings
 •  Deb Aoki's Bento Box