Tuesday, August 5, 1997
Highlights of the current edition:
Ewa land use plan to council; Ex-lawyer Parker sentenced; Economic task force formed
Dino-sized success; Writing "obsession"; Independent film; Seattle to Portland bike; Kids can cook, too!
Farallon gets good, bad news in HIBT; Fukushima to retire
Dole Cannery loses tenants; Strike, day two; PCC convention push; RII plans settlement
Editorial: Parties in UPS dispute should return to the table
Plus: Letters, Clay Jones, Diane Chang, Bud Smyser, Richard Borreca, David Shapiro, John Flanagan and guest writers
Frequently updated lists and calendars of events including reunions, movies and the obituary notices.
Thursday is calendar
The July 22 edition of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin features a 16-page special section examining Hawaii's seven-year economic slump and what it will take to turn the economy around.
"Help Wanted: Hawaii's Economic Crisis" is important reading for everybody with an interest in Hawaii and its economy. We hope it encourages the discussion and action needed to help Hawaii prosper again.
We are pleased to make the July 22 issue of the Star-Bulletin containing "Help Wanted: Hawaii's Economic Crisis" available by mail order. Send $1 per copy along with your name and the address where you want your order sent to:
Hawaii Newspaper Agency
Hawaii's Economic Crisis"
Circulation Dept. 97
P.O. Box 3350
Honolulu, HI 96801