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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 21, 2002

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Fargo nominated for Pacific Command Chief
 •  Mortuary owners released
 •  FBI opens murder probe in crime at sea
 •  Hawaiian will add 2 California flights
 •  Police Beat
 •  Concerns about GE spur Dow Jones decline

Local News
 •  Mortuary owners arrested
 •  Waimea Falls Park still hard to make profitable
 •  Postage hike to 37 expected
 •  Democrats' budget attacked
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Jones asks judge to be lenient with Sia
 •  Captain of fishing vessel missing
 •  Political slush fund alleged
 •  Navy man recants murder confession
 •  Harris hopes for speedy resolution
 •  Hilo man arrested, held for threatening Big Isle mayor
 •  Man held in knife attack
 •  TRAFFIC CAMERAS
Camera program running deficit on fines
 •  EDUCATION
Level playing field urged for charter, public schools
 •  Head start on new vaccines urged
 •  Price of UH dormitory meal plans to increase in fall
 •  OUR SCHOOLS • 'AIKAHI ELEMENTARY
Putting art in classroom and the classroom in art
 •  ON CAMPUS
Making room for chancellor
 •  OTHER NEWS
Limu species targeted for eradication
 •  City studies senior center plan
 •  Kane'ohe teen creates poster that's 'just right'
 •  Kidney transplant patients doing fine
 •  Plan for sewer fee changes proceeding
 •  Senate panel favors water panel nominee
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  OBITUARIES
Debbie U. Kakalia, master quilt-maker, dead at 87
 •  School building named for educator Janet Wyatt
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

Sports
 •  Rainbow baseball team to juggle starting pitchers
 •  Rainbow softball team enters tourney on 5-game win streak
 •  Hawai'i arena team prepares for the real 'indoor war'
 •  Leilehua's girls topple Radford in basketball opener
 •  Success of BYUH tennis based on mental toughness
 •  Musashimaru improves to 11-1
 •  GOLF REPORT
Instructors aim to make golf for kids elementary
 •  Lost club head, shared a prize
 •  Phengsavath, Kop lead entrants for Amatour
 •  Golf notices
 •  ISLE FILE
Oklahoma State wins Wahine golf event
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Promising promoter
 •  STAGE REVIEW
Revolutionary's tale unravels as theater
 •  BOOK REVIEW
'King of Creep' adds personal touch to stories
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Keeps on going
 •  Buffett will play at Duke's today
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  TGIF Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

Business
 •  Voyager's two submarines to be auctioned on Internet
 •  Hula Mae loan rate dips to new low
 •  Housing construction soars
 •  Starbucks enters Puerto Rico
 •  Maui-based firms win 8 ad-based Pele honors
 •  Wireless devices a big hit at Cebit tech trade show
 •  Machinists edge toward UAL strike
 •  United drops base commission
 •  Hewlett-Packard, Compaq face challenges in merging

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
Spending law should be matched in Hawai'i
 •  HTA must sell itself to retain its budget
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  SECOND OPINION
Let's have schools compete