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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 24, 2001

Local News
 •  Construction tax credits, tourism fund get initial OK
 •  Committees open safety net for needy
 •  Officials encouraged by slowdown in dengue cases
 •  Nanakuli High teacher wins national Milken Award
 •  Serious crime up 10 percent in Hawai'i
 •  The September 11th attack
Anthrax scare shuts down Bethel Street
 •  Tips for handling mail
 •  172 Hawai'i Air Guard personnel called up
 •  Adm. Blair calls for new Asia-Pacific cooperation
 •  Other news
Families visit new site of Ehime Maru
 •  Board of Water Supply probes employees' meter use
 •  Lunalilo Home Road to get landscaping
 •  Big Island planner wants to centralize resort growth
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Salutes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
Digging up the past, betting on the future

 •  Jones names Rolovich Warriors' starting QB
 •  Switching game day prompts $10,000 in ticket refunds
 •  Carr ride to Fresno began as a teen
 •  Readers agree with Jones' choice
 •  NCAA Council gives UH hope
 •  Homegrown Report
Filling his plate with 'pancakes'
 •  Quite a finishing kick
 •  Other Hawai'i athletes
 •  Win or lose, 'Aiea is top seed
 •  Tow-in event to determine best in world
 •  Isle File
UH golfers 12th in Pacific tourney
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  The undaunted Halloween
 •  Volunteers eager to make a difference
 •  'Manzanar' author revisits internment in new book
 •  A bird's eye view of Bruddah Iz
Bogus Cypress Hill tickets cost organizers $12,000
 •  The Left Lane
Pooches on parade
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Show Biz
Actor Stiller spotted dining out on Kaua'i
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
Hawai'i communities are a gold mine for comfort-food recipes
 •  Favorite recipes from local cookbooks and chefs
 •  Off the Shelf
Tamarillo – isn't that a Texas city?
 •  Market Comparison
 •  Cook's Tips
Tie yourself a bow of green onion
 •  Quick Bites
French Festival events begin Saturday
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Profiles: Yves Garnier

 •  Major landowners pursue unified Kaka'ako plan
 •  Norwegian Cruise Line extends Hawai'i season
 •  September visitor arrivals down 34 percent
 •  Firm buys Schuler in $1.2 billion deal
 •  National business
Lucent Technologies loses $8.8 billion
 •  Feds intervene in shipyard merger
 •  General Mills merger progressing

 •  Editorial
Emergency session offers small steps
 •  Editorial
Economic 'martial law' measure goes too far
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
It's a time for punishment