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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 21, 2002

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Frazier formally approved as UH athletic director
 •  Panel OKs Mililani housing, fast-tracked schools
 •  Deadly canal attack yielded no 911 calls
 •  Organizations that recover war dead to merge
 •  Police Beat
 •  Wie, Wilson face off in Public Links quarterfinals
 •  Stocks torpedoed by investor fears

Local News
 •  Voting changes prompt education
 •  Health plan refunds hit $23M
 •  Study claims our traffic improved
 •  Crew error caused sub collision, Navy says
 •  Murder suspect's past includes success
 •  OHA sticks with Maui project
 •  Final vote today on Koa Ridge development
 •  Education
A-Plus childcare fees to stay the same
 •  School board gives state librarian top rating
 •  'Turmoil' decried at UH Foundation
 •  Support for UH research jumps to record $252M
 •  Arthur K. Trask, lawyer, politician
 •  Kimi Amemiya, 96, led family of achievers
 •  Volcanoes Park fire costly, but nearly out
 •  Man guilty in Kona DUI death
 •  Richards Street YWCA at 75-year milestone
 •  Police Beat
 •  Dods qualified for office, Cayetano says
 •  Democrats' rationale unseemly
 •  Asteroid just misses collision with Earth
 •  Nostalgia colors 'pink palace' shop in Mo'ili'ili
 •  Obituaries

 •  Frazier ready to move in
 •  Hawai'i's Clay places 2nd in U.S. decathlon
 •  Eight on All-America wrestling team
 •  Islanders get Blitz-ed twice
 •  Hawai'i's Wilson, Wie advance in Public Links
 •  Volleyball scoring to stay, but pool play is ruled out
 •  Young female surfers get a camp of their own
 •  Kona Marathon, fun run deadline today
 •  Sports notices
 •  The racing report
Hawai'i boxers ousted in quarters

Island Life
 •  Hawai'i home sellers turn to experts for 'staging'
 •  Film pick no puzzle for 'Enigma' director
 •  '70s Soul Jam tour to play Blaisdell Arena in July
Count the reasons why you should grow your own food
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
The hunkiest jocks
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  HMSA entities lose $1.5M
 •  Hawai'i jobless rate dips to 4.2 percent
 •  State Farm cuts back on home insurance
 •  New drink guzzling beer market
 •  New color of cash to be 'subtle'
 •  U.S. airline fares in May eight percent below that of 2001
 •  SEC offers proposal for accounting board
 •  How hotels are faring

 •  New 'Mirikitani' law a welcome change
 •  Terror incarcerations becoming Kafkaesque
 •  Not in it for the money
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Lingle is clearly on labor's side

'Lilo' captures Hawai'i spirit in an appealing way
 •  'Lilo & Stitch' is a treat for moviegoers of any age
 •  Funniest thing about 'Juwanna Mann?' The title
 •  Screening room
Concrete Blonde reunites for 'Therapy'
 •  Guitar fest to offer concerts, workshops on 2 islands
 •  Billboard hits
The Night Stuff: Blue Tropix a no-frills club that focuses on dancing
Plumeria Beach Cafe has sumptuous buffets, sunsets
YWCA renovations honor architect's original design
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands