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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 9, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Japanese foreign minister impressed with recovery
 •  Man falling from boat still missing

Local News
 •  Pearl Harbor becomes preservation battleground
 •  Japan apologizes for war 'suffering'
 •  Police/Fire
O'ahu house fires leave 20 homeless
 •  Case shows dangers of Web
 •  One in hospital, six safe after sea rescue
 •  'Unique' fireworks plan OK'd
 •  Other news
Kaimuki street project to begin
 •  Beach cleanups planned across state
 •  Widened off-ramp creates danger
 •  Emergency sewer work diverts traffic
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
UH-Hilo aquaculture center to open next year
 •  Eight arrested in drug bust on Big Island
 •  Obituaries
 •  Salutes • Awards, leaders
Kuakini medical coders win praise for accuracy
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Bob Krauss
Akebono's fame now an industry
 •  Lee Cataluna
Reunion links seven generations of 'ohana to remarkable past

 •  Patchwork UH defense puts bear hug on Grizzlies
 •  Slimmed down Tinoisamoa comes up big for UH defense
 •  Maui gets to see Warriors win
 •  Wahine sweep Cincinnati
 •  Saleaumua won't play for Hawai'i
 •  Kahuku remains undefeated
 •  September Grand Sumo Tournament
Musahimaru seeking ninth upper division title
 •  Isle File
HPU tops UH-Hilo in volleyball match
 •  Defense helps Warriors make it through the night

Island Life
 •  Island People
'Pinky' Thompson to be honored for life of service
Dance review
Dancers provide powerful 'Passage'
 •  Hawai'i end-of-life program wins grant
 •  TV review
'Brothers' serves as testament to WWII heroism
 •  Art review
Mart’nez Celaya shifting 'away from aesthetic choices'
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Hawai'i Gardens
Going for that lovely, lumpy zoysia look
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  Books
Oates' offering among fall releases
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Animal Companions
Keeping kitty safe by bringing world inside
 •  Adoptables
 •  Hawai'i Ways
Saying it in plantation pidgin
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Unions rallying together
 •  Aston criticized for telling sacked workers to reapply
 •  Auto insurance firms use illegal criteria, review finds
 •  Technology
Hewlett-Packard CEO faces major challenge after merger
 •  Cisco's laid-off employees get paid for charity work
 •  Personal finance
Boomers need to get nest egg started
 •  Other business
Fortune turns against Hong Kong
 •  Major revision of bankruptcy law likely
 •  Bush initiative speeds up process for churches starting credit unions
 •  Services expansion highlights new GE chairman's game plan

 •  Editorial
Access to shoreline requires enforcement
 •  Editorial
China opening can help Hawai'i tourism
 •  Island Voices
We need to move the date line east
 •  Tom Plate
How we should get along with Asia
 •  Focus
Paying the price of peace
 •  HPD problems not unexpected
 •  Silent majority must speak up now in support of Army
 •  Bob Dye
Tsunami of sleaze confronts electorate
 •  After Deadline
Jargon is everywhere — even in newspapers
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Safety before scoring
 •  Honorable Mention
200 a small reunion for Kauaua family
 •  Family Matters
How to make reading to a child fun, rewarding
 •  Prescriptions
Some seafood may do harm to your fetus
 •  School's back, e-cheating's in
 •  Learning to read may not be easy
 •  Smart moves can save marriages
 •  Hawai‘i Nature Squad
Searching for life in a lava tube
 •  Fair boasts 230 info booths
 •  Explore color exhibit at museum
 •  Be amazed, be very amazed
 •  Family calendar
 •  Fun House
Getting mom off the hook
 •  Births
 •  Achievers
 •  Newlyweds
 •  Celebrations
 •  Safety measures