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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 26, 2001

Local News
 •  UH enrollment rebounds
 •  Kmart being planned for Ke'eaumoku superblock
 •  Hee regains OHA chairmanship
 •  Police Commission wants 'sensitive incidents' reported promptly
 •  Underage liquor sales decline
 •  Fate of Lahaina's Pioneer Mill under review
 •  Police Beat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  The September 11th attack
Legislators urge caution on $1 billion stimulus plan
 •  Hawai'i donates more than $721,000 to Red Cross
 •  Activist defends ban on flags at clinic
 •  Service Oct. 7 for terrorism victim Richard Y.C. Lee
 •  Security tightened at city government buildings
 •  How to help
 •  Recovery workers face a monumental task
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
Airport waits can bring joy

 •  Jordan ready to be Wizard
 •  Lakers will play in Hawai'i
 •  Warriors will make defensive line changes
 •  Rice arrives early for game with UH
 •  Hawai‘i homegrown report
Gesser unfazed by QB comparisons
 •  Hula Bowl Maui will remain on Feb. 2
 •  Local baseball prospects solid in debut seasons
 •  HPU wins 40th consecutive match
 •  Hard road to fame: a sumotori's life
 •  Highlights of Akebono's career
 •  Isle File
City will run special buses to UH game
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Loved ones, friends try to keep studio alive
 •  Attacks leave some rabbis pondering what to say
 •  Baptist lecturer Blackaby plans Wai'alae talk
 •  Queen's session on breast cancer therapy
 •  The Left Lane
Soothing outreach
 •  Show Biz
Catch glimpse of Taj Mahal in 'Songcatcher'
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
A mirror in your dining room is good, feng shui-wise
 •  Market Comparison
 •  Off the Shelf
The best bay leaves are those with freshest possible flavor
 •  Cook's Tips
Blanching helps keep veggies colorful
 •  Imbibe
A little whiskey can make a cowboy frisky
 •  Profile: Elmer C. Guzman
 •  Culinary Calendar

 •  The September 11th attack
U.S. air travel gaining pace
 •  State urged to reassure Japanese tourists
 •  Attacks take toll on wedding bells
 •  Another airline warns of cuts
 •  New data point to terrorism profiteers
 •  Layoffs persist as Vegas coaxes visitors back
 •  Chrysler offers interest-free loans
 •  Consumer confidence at lowest since 1996
 •  Two laid off from tour company

 •  Editorial
Terrorism war could involve Makua Valley
 •  Editorial
Economic crunch may help our classrooms
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
Coping — one day at a time