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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 30, 2001

Local News
 •  The September 11th attack
Working at 'Ground Zero' humbles Hawai'i volunteer
 •  Waikiki march conveys U.S. pride
 •  Hawai'i contributes to Ebay auction
 •  Police/Courts
Big Island search for girl's killer continues
 •  Husband accused in fatal stabbing
 •  Other news
New halau too small for daily use
 •  Waimanalo trash piling up
 •  MIA searchers head for Asia
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Salutes Grants
Mental Health Association gets $8,500 in grants
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss
'Ohana strong at the zoo
 •  Lee Cataluna
After the long darkness that was 'Iniki, the sun rose again
 •  How to help
 •  Events

 •  Warriors fall, Chang hurt
 •  Rain, security tests football fans
 •  Rice's 'bandit' steals one from UH
 •  Rice kicker redeems himself in end
 •  Wahine open WAC play with sweep of La. Tech
 •  Retirement caps hectic week
 •  Lakers open camp without Kobe and Shaq
 •  Quarterback guides Wai'anae to victory
 •  Isle File
Wahine runners finish 4th
 •  HPU sweeps past Chaminade
 •  Bonds one from HR record

Island Life
 •  The September 11th attack
Hotel executive carrying voice of Islam in Hawai'i
 •  Federal pair only source of cleanup video reports
 •  Themes of N.Y. film ring true after tragedy
 •  Finding Our Way
Caring for others requires nurturing self
 •  Other features
Bay Area museums provide escape in tough times
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Dracula stakes claim on orchid kingdom
 •  Home and Garden Calendar
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days.
Shower trees herald summer

 •  The September 11th attack
Hawai'i tourism in turmoil
 •  Some plans must veer off course
 •  Revisiting tourism's frontlines
 •  Neighbor Islands cope with tourist, spending drop-off
 •  Hawai'i's appeal helps draw visitors
 •  Global impact
Travel slowdown cuts wide swath across Asia
 •  Tourism's hot spots resorting to deep discounts
 •  Jobs toll may reach 26 million
 •  Terrorists draw attention to dark side of globalization
 •  Terrorist attacks hurt fragile world economy
 •  Downturn not likely to trip up Wall Street
 •  Personal Finance
Faith in U.S. has a lot to do with investment decisions

 •  Editorials
OHA losing sight of crucial business
 •  War on terrorism needs Russia, China
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Tom Plate
Anti-terrorism effort makes for strange bedfellows globally
 •  Bob Dye
Diversify with education, health industries
 •  After Deadline
Some aspects of media's attack coverage draw fire
 •  David Polhemus
Secretary Powell vs. the Vulcans

 •  Marrying the military
 •  KidNews
Students log the memories of their break from school
 •  Classical music for your keiki
 •  October events focus on children
 •  Family Matters
Reminding ourselves what really matters
 •  Fun House
Vacuuming happily
 •  Prescriptions
Tackle PMS with exercise, diet, calcium
 •  Births
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Weddings
 •  Reunions