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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 13, 2001

Local News
 •  Supreme Court dismisses OHA ceded lands claim
 •  Key events in ceded lands dispute
 •  New Greeneville skipper loses job
 •  America's bloodiest day
Hope for survivors dwindles among the rubble
 •  Tragedy touches Hawai'i families
 •  Hawai'i reaches single-day high for blood donations
 •  Doomed passenger: 'A group of us are going to do something'
 •  Death toll could take days to calculate
 •  Partial list of those killed
 •  Pentagon visit saddens, angers president
 •  FBI targets ex-Florida aviation students
 •  Attacks were against entire alliance, NATO says
 •  Hawai'i remains cut off from world
 •  Supreme Court dismisses OHA ceded lands claim
 •  Military tightens security at gates
 •  Transplanted Hawai'i residents recall ordeal
 •  Navy has eight warships in eastern Pacific
 •  State shows patriotism in red, white and blue
 •  What you need to know
 •  Airline information
 •  Cancellations
 •  Interfaith service at Punchbowl tonight
 •  Education
Some progress reported in hiring teachers
 •  Kahuku High e-tailing helps educational mission
 •  Our Schools • Liholiho ElementaryNT>
Children delve into school's past for 75th anniversary
 •  On Schools
Children write views on terrorist attacks
 •  Education briefs
 •  Other news
Makaha Resort to reopen next month
 •  Justices reject appeal on homestead delays
 •  Achievers
Red Cross receives $200,000 Weinberg grant
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Second phase of Ka'u road restoration set
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mike Leidemann
Critical incident opens our eyes

 •  America's bloodiest day
UH-Nevada game postponed
 •  Wahine vs. BYU canceled
 •  Activities at public schools called off for weekend
 •  Sports agonize over when to resume
 •  Agbayani in New York at time of attack
 •  Decision due today, but players say cancel games
 •  Postponements could force Series to November
 •  Dozens of games postponed, but SEC elects to play this weekend
 •  September Grand Sumo Tournament
Musahimaru defeats Tosanoumi, tied with seven others for lead
 •  Golf Report
Golf takes a backseat while a country mourns
 •  Holes In One: A Father's Day to remember
 •  Isle File
Hayashi wins match play
 •  Ferd Lewis
Let time heal our nation first

Island Life
 •  Try & tri-again
The finish line
 •  Support throughout race gives novice strength to finish
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Whatever you're feeling right now, it's normal
 •  The Left Lane
Wanted: Stage dog for 'Annie' musical
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  America's bloodiest day
Hundreds cancel trips
 •  Stranded travelers in holding pattern
 •  America's bloodiest day
Hawai'i reports no major hoarding
 •  America's bloodiest day
Being back at work a relief for some
 •  America's bloodiest day
Wall Street looks to reopen tomorrow
 •  America's bloodiest day
Attacks may push economy into recession

 •  Editorial
Terror aftermath must not lead to prejudice
 •  Editorial
Ceded lands issue back in Legislature
 •  Letters to the Editor