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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 25, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Threat of heavy rain lifted for Kaua'i, O'ahu
 •  Akaka may intercede on Thai chef's behalf
 •  Microalgae firm's losses mount
 •  Teen charged in Ma'ili death
 •  Phone service erratic in spots
 •  Stronger earnings help push up stocks
 •  Work stopped on two Hawai'i-bound cruise ships
 •  Patriotic license plates available in Hawaii
 •  Deadline missed to submit redistricting plan

Local News
 •  The September 11th attack
Notification, testing issues emerge from anthrax scare
 •  Local anthrax calls decrease
State testing lab getting 'good practice'
 •  Little relief in sight at airports
 •  Showdown likely over bill for tax credits
 •  City faces decline in hotel tax revenues
 •  Coast Guard calls up reservists
 •  Congressional members accepting mail in Hawai'i
 •  Police/Courts
Man sentenced in first alcohol/drug crash conviction
 •  Former official gets 10 years for bilking state
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
14-inch rainstorm surprises Hilo area
 •  Funeral services to begin for Ehime Maru victims
 •  No damage from stray bullets found in Makua
 •  Kalaniana'ole water main work to finish early
 •  Fire Department picks employees of the year
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Education
Art of thinking brings teacher state's top honor
 •  Wai'anae school given room to grow
 •  New center enhances UH-Hilo marine program
 •  On Campus
High-tech screen plans eerie debut
 •  Education briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mike Leidemann
Bids, pins, pet, poem say a lot

 •  UH sports
Chang could still redshirt
 •  Warriors not counting on Jackson playing tomorrow
 •  Bulldogs still smarting from loss to Boise State
 •  Wahine learn there's more to running than just running
 •  Wahine ready to put season-long training to the test in WAC meet
 •  Wahine awaiting Wolf Pack
 •  Wallace turns to veterans
 •  California wing player commits to Wahine
 •  Golf report
Trio looking for repeats
 •  Defending champs facing a tough field
 •  Augie Dias, longtime track official, dies at 81
 •  Small colleges
BYUH water polo a success
 •  Jones and Hill did it their way
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Health
Retiree shares knowledge of Chinese remedies
 •  A date with 'Sweet Baby James'
 •  Pu'uhale students' service project has lasting advantages
 •  The Left Lane
Light up your life
 •  Casting Call
Female lead, extras sought for 'Surf Girls'
 •  Tip-off
Two-club 'block party' lines up 12 bands
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Love Harry Potter or loathe him? We want to hear about it
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Hotels continue to struggle
 •  'Value Pass' offers tourist incentive
 •  Nonprofit software firm Ohana calls it quits
 •  Economic board rights ship, hires new president
 •  Advertiser completes deal to buy 2 presses for Kapolei
 •  Health systems' merger pact expected to be signed Dec. 18
 •  Business school helps jobless
 •  National business
Microsoft to release new version of Windows
 •  Bayer agrees to lower Cipro price
 •  Sears to eliminate 4,900 jobs

 •  Editorial
We need a Marshall Plan for public schools
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Coastline construction shouldn't get a break