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August 2001

[V.6, No. 201 - Wed., Aug. 1, 2001]
Creationism fight looms; HSTA waits for details; New political districts; Fugitive dies in crash; UH star's season in doubt; More Mansho travel on taxpayers' tab; ID theft victim wants help; Bystanders help whales; Kekai immortalized
[V.6, No. 202 - Thu., Aug. 2, 2001]
State math scores laggingHome sales sweet; Damien agrees to play St. Louis; Mental heath court considered; Treatment for offenders; Options open for med school; Bus fare hikes approved; School to get new playground; Lost dog returned
[V.6, No. 203 - Fri., Aug. 3, 2001]
BOE rejects Bible as science; Accused killer was a hero; Talks on land revenue to resume; Bentosino not guilty; Whiz kid helps win the gold; Dog that mauled boy is put to death; Preparing for Ehime Maru recovery
[V.6, No. 204 - Sat., Aug. 4, 2001]
Bus crash injures 19; Bank robbery suspect charged; Downtown bars want cabaret; Bentosino acquitted; Assault during police hearing; Artist wanted for gov's portrait; DOE checks school vending; Robbers suspected of vandalizing
[V.6, No. 205 - Sun., Aug. 5, 2001]
Mirikitani: Saint to sinner; Pact with Philippine rebels seen; Pearl City crash kills 2; Ehime Maru cultural issues; Vision: Dobelle flags ideas; Harris defends vision video; HSTA knocks 'clafification'; Lunalilo Home renovations; Submerged in reading

[V.6, No. 206 - Mon., Aug. 6, 2001]
Navy officer survives volcano fall; Bus driver tried to avert crash; Eye injury has happy ending; Oahu water supply low; Anti-crime party; Shriners gets $5 million gift; Donations boost bird studies
[V.6, No. 207 - Tue., Aug. 7, 2001]
Teacher contract still on hold; Palolo temple lowers roof; Police just miss robbery suspect; Fasi gets supprt from new group; Dobelle has a grand vision; Daughter says search ended too soon; Parole board hears Kauhi case; Woman to repay $165,000
[V.6, No. 208 - Wed., Aug. 8, 2001]
Study: Exercise, diet fight mid-life diabetes; Cloning: Yanagimachi warning; Census mistakes cost millions; UH film plans praised; UH divers go deeper; INS pushes rate hike; Crash victim had no ID; Code Red infects few; Beach closings up
[V.6, No. 209 - Thu., Aug. 9, 2001]
Flight's delays cause outrage; Crisis in elderly care: Help wanted; State to pay for disrupting wedding; USS Kamehameha decomissioned; UH makes evolution discovery; Universe's asymmetry theorized; Renaming UH buildings; Reed retires from Civil Defense
[V.6, No. 210 - Fri., Aug. 10, 2001]
Political districting splits board; New clue in '77 bakery killing; Burglary suspect's identity at issue; Roadway deaths raise concern; Felix hearing delayed; Ehime Maru salvage gets help; Mirikitani, Felix propose land switch; Alleged thief has Hawaii ties
[V.6, No. 211 - Sat., Aug. 11, 2001]
Bigger minimum fish size proposed; Volcanoes: Getting closer to the flow; Calif. bank robber confesses; Kamehameha Schools sells land; Victims sue pit bull owners; 22 charged in 'ice' sting; Jaffe pushes Kapahulu crosswalk
[V.6, No. 212 - Sun., Aug. 12, 2001]
Kaneohe hospital lockup requested; No criminal neglect in helo crash; HSTA labor board claim; Dig that sinkhole; Ehime Maru salvage help; East Oahu bike lanes; Paia recalls history; Army marriage program; Hailston to head Pacific Marines; Chinatown rats

[V.6, No. 213 - Mon., Aug. 13, 2001]
Cheap Tickets bought out; Sonar might help with fish census; MIS documentary film; Lowering the temple; Teen immunization program; Ehime Maru could help fisheries; Living treasures honored
[V.6, No. 214 - Tue., Aug. 14, 2001]
Helios sets new record; Observer kept an eagle eye on flight; Kauai police chief placed on leave; DOE beefs up Web security; Water recycling may expand; Baby whale dies; Consistency in school schedules; Isle money scam
[V.6, No. 215 - Wed., Aug. 15, 2001]
Waikiki gas leak evacuation; Lanai to get fluoride; Waiahole water restoration; Plugging Capitol roof leaks; HSTA grievance to labor board; Kauai chief status unclear; ACLU sues city over nude; ACT scores improve; Makin Raiders return heroes
[V.6, No. 216 - Thu., Aug. 16, 2001]
Parole failures 43%; Stores pull jelly candies; TicketCam hits snag; Ehime Maru divers face uncertainty; Gov, HSTA dig in; Librarian seeks Kapolei funds; DAGS ex-boss guilty; State Web site hailed; EMS part-timers may help; Smoking ban resucitated
[V.6, No. 217 - Fri., Aug. 17, 2001]
Dispute threatens Felix plan; More schools meet fire code; Video camera captures robbery; Isles among top in school growth; Naming UH buildings; Time honors man with isle roots; Police Chief's leave acknowledged; Former official admits guilt
[V.6, No. 218 - Sat., Aug. 18, 2001]
'Baywatch' returning for TV movie; New road for lava viewers; Woman injured in dogfight; Special ed funding will be too late; Last 3 charter schools approved; UH academic center a showpiece; Conditions affect ship's recovery
[V.6, No. 219 - Sun., Aug. 19, 2001]
Inouye warns about chasing out military; Stem-cell funding not enough; Washington Place plan advances; Stender ponders political bid; ILWU boycott of Aston; Korean War museum urged; Haleiwa sign fund fails; Time-shares for Hilton tower

[V.6, No. 200 - Mon., Aug. 20, 2001]
Blaze evicts military families; Kalapana church in decline; New tsunami warning system; Landslide set off Hilo tsunami; 13 brush fires blamed on arson; Korean company buys ship; OHA wants money owed; OHA's Ota is the richest
[V.6, No. 221 - Tue., Aug. 21, 2001]
Felix plaintiffs ask for delay; Living kidney donors; OHA trustee's home causes ruckus; Fear of fire at Aliamanu; Anti-cockfighting ads begin; ATM trashed with stolen truck; Punchbowl roadwork near end
[V.6, No. 222 - Wed., Aug. 22, 2001]
Schools to open amid lead fear; Arakawa seeks change of venue; HSTA says 2nd year of bonus discussed; Pilot's killer shows no remorse; UH urged to probe radiation; Yoshimura fined over campaign; Kauai tests opposed
[V.6, No. 223 - Thu., Aug. 23, 2001]
COLA will bring $80 mil; Vacation pau for Hawaii's kids; Senator uneasy over Felix fees; Ehime Maru salvage snag; Maui bill startles dolphin researchers; DNA class has personal vein; Coqui frogs expanding; Honolulu hosting Oweesta; Reapportionment
[V.6, No. 224 - Fri., Aug. 24, 2001]
2 top officers accused of theft; Charges filed in shrimp truck extortion; Brown named Bishop Museum head; New plan for Ehime Maru efforts; Arakawa trial will not move; Church vandal faces prison time; Woman's death shocks neighbors
[V.6, No. 225 - Sat., Aug. 25, 2001]
Big Island twins arrested in Utah; SHOPO head seeks Donohue resignation; $18.7 million for reading; Cayetano returns HSTA fire; Kapolei Police Station open; Painting theft 'heartbreaker'; Jose lawyer admonished
[V.6, No. 226 - Sun., Aug. 26, 2001]
Private schools gaining in isles; Children of divorce; Redistricting braces for critics; Five rescued from Diamond Head; Seniors bond with Waialae kids; Women in the Coast Guard; Hawaii kids selected in science meet; 'Ehime Maru' song to be performed in Japan

[V.6, No. 227 - Mon., Aug. 27, 2001]
Crash kills teacher; Lead paint hazard at Head Start; Monk seal pup occupies Kauai beach; Heavy school traffic; HPD major pleads not guilty; Restoring Hamakua Marsh; UH campus gets overhaul; Ehime Maru captain to help salvage
[V.6, No. 228 - Tue., Aug. 28, 2001]
HPD to slam brakes on racing; Holy Trinity mourns teacher; SATs up in verbal, worse in math; Schools up paint scrutiny; OHA may partner in housing; Yoshimura admits lie; Retired cop wants union leader out; Deer plague Maui; Golfer, starter banned
[V.6, No. 229 - Wed., Aug. 29, 2001]
Isle teen pregnancies drop; Bill backs taking cars from speeders; Greeneville in new accident; Access to private records upsets group; Police union leader under fire; Andy Anderson shifts parties; Ambiguity in marijuana case
[V.6, No. 230 - Thu., Aug. 30, 2001]
Decoys to help catch racers; Statewide DUI checkpoints; Navy lifts Ehime Maru; Boa constrictor, aliens seized; Dobelle's salary above median; Assistant chief pleads innocent; Baycol recall causes concern; Change for the best; Hung jury on marijuana religion
[V.6, No. 231 - Fri., Aug. 31, 2001]
Isle poverty down; Vehicle in crash illegally modified; Crash victim had been racing; Lava flow closes access road; Ehime Maru lift hits snag; UH prof. teaches Japanese culture; Police union split over comments; After the fire; Ranch owner offers land deal 2001

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