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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 2, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Woman biker dies in van collision
 •  Kawaiaha'o pastor resigns after 15 months

Local News
 •  Time ticking to solve O'ahu's landfill problem
 •  Street racers drawing unwanted attention
 •  Modified imports a costly hobby
 •  Jinx fear haunts Greeneville
 •  Fifteen 'Ewa mill firms face eviction for park
 •  Navy says Ehime Maru remains intact
 •  Fund-raiser will honor POWs for serving country
 •  UH plans change of campus names
 •  New charges filed in Samoa beatings
 •  Mediation lends a hand to environmental disputes

 •  Bob Krauss
A journey of love and other stuff
 •  Lee Cataluna
Before blaming street racers, we should talk to their parents
 •  Obituaries
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Neighbor Island Briefs
 •  O'ahu Briefs
 •  Kailua recapturing its past
 •  Windward YMCA plans renovation
 •  Salutes
NT>O'ahu teachers given space education scholarships
 •  Labor Day : What's open, closed

 •  Wahine volleyball team turns back Wolverines
 •  Kahuku remains unbeaten
 •  For starters, they'll line up for Hawai'i on Saturday
 •  Players draw inspiration from 'Honorary Warrior'
 •  2001 UH football roster
 •  UH 2001 opponents at a glance
 •  DeSoto saves best for last in longboard
 •  Isle File
HPU wins volleyball tournament
 •  Plotting a comeback

Island Life
 •  More women, couples tackling home repairs
 •  Make A Difference Day rapidly approaching
 •  Books
Author transforms genealogy search into best seller
 •  Say it how you want to
 •  Children's book event to feature local authors
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Homestyle
Grow ma'o as bush, groundcover
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Art
Kaua'i show pleases with talent, innovation and expertise
 •  Art calendar
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
Kikaida culture rules, braddah
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Health premiums expected to keep surging nationwide
 •  Business visitors rising
 •  U.S, world business
Philippine economy avoids Asia slump
 •  Foreigners first to lose Singapore jobs
 •  Minimum wage becomes reality TV
 •  Laws for living wage stir virulent debate
 •  Japanese workers compensated well for losing jobs
 •  Consulting firms backing away from job offers
 •  Colombian coca farmers say they have little choice
 •  Personal finance
Pros give some low-risk survival tips

 •  Editorial
State hospital mess: back to the future?
 •  U.S. military prepares to shift focus to Asia

 •  Letters to the Editor

 • Jerry Burris
Building community a key issue

 • Commentaries
A call to all veterans
 •  State land-use law can cope with future challenges
 •  Hawai'i unions heeding wake-up call

 •  After Deadline
Brainstorming ways to improve our lives

 •  Extended families share generations of values
 •  Study finds preschool boosted SAT scores
 •  AARP plans celebrations
 •  Niketown 5K run entries sought
 •  Tell us what you did over summer
 •  Family Matters
Telling no lies doesn't always mean truth will be revealed
 •  Fun House
How would you like your chili today?
 •  For Better, For Worse
Dream comes true in Las Vegas
 •  Prescriptions
Take care of panic attacks with therapy and drugs
 •  Health briefs
 •  KidNews
Kids flying solo
 •  Plan ahead to keep organized at school
 •  Create your own board game and you rule
 •  Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
A flame is more than just heat
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Births
 •  Weddings & Engagements
 •  Celebrations