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September 2001

[V.6, No. 232 - Sat., Sept. 1, 2001]
Ehime Maru effort snagged; Racers say heat is on; Isles lag national voter turnout; Anderson's Velzyland evictions; Youth drug court; Brunson gets life; UH to preserve Mauna Kea; Advancing lava shuts road
[V.6, No. 233 - Sun., Sept. 2, 2001]
Built for speed; Koa Ridge hearings slated; City rebuilding Ewa Villages; Queen's dental clinic closing; 4th try on Ehime Maru; Spirit of Tahiti; Kawaiaha'o Church pastor quits; Clothing retailer spans generations; Hilo ape house progressing

[V.6, No. 234 - Mon., Sept. 3, 2001]
Holiday crashes kill 2; Consent decree not perfect; No bail during weekends; Taiwanese boat crew rescued; 4th try to lift Ehime Maru; Beach erosion threatens condos; AUW kicks off campaign; Weekend Scene; Streetwise
[V.6, No. 235 - Tue., Sept. 4, 2001]
Frog fight!; Teacher shortage spurs recruit call; Ocean of knowledge; Pearl fences worry union; Orcas seen off Lanai; Sub mishap called avoidable; Matson ship turns back; Pot nursery up in smoke
[V.6, No. 236 - Wed., Sept. 5, 2001]
Teaching jobs not as advertised; Racers unfazed by HPD crusade; Aiming for organized races; State to pay librarian $108K; No alcohol at UH opener; Ehime recovery slow; Dobelle vows to revisit UH policies; Group to fund Iwilei oil tests
[V.6, No. 237 - Thu., Sept. 6, 2001]
Barriers to teacher hiring; Inouye: Social funds for defense; HPD food case delay explained; HPD crash probes questioned; Navy rethinks Ehime Maru; Aboard the USS Constellation; UH finds Japanese midget sub; Economists remain optimistic
[V.6, No. 238 - Fri., Sept. 7, 2001]
HSTA vents to Ed board; Hawaii has the most extended households; UH-Manoa ranks low; Dobelle eyes revival in research; Ehime Maru efforts still strong; Predators on the 'Net; State rejects development delay; Tesoro will clean up fishing nets
[V.6, No. 239 - Sat., Sept. 8, 2001]
Governor blasts schools chief; Picking up the pieces; Kamehameha Schools to give up funding; Fumes overcome 2 in meth lab raid; Chevron settles out of court; Chevron, Texaco approved to merge; Ehime lift
[PROGRESS EDITION - Sun., Sept. 9, 2001]
[V.6, No. 240 - Sun., Sept. 9, 2001]
Invasion; Japanese apologize to WWII POWs; More Navy drug tests; UH pigskin on Maui a success; Gimme some Guri-Guri; Isle sailors enjoy layover at home; Puerto Rico protests isle frog eradication; Auto insurers not playing fair; Clinton Ashford

[V.6, No. 241 - Mon., Sept. 10, 2001]
1 in 100 children in sex trade; Allure of Hawaii sex trade; Women up in isle growth; Special Report: Miconia Invasion part 2; Taiwanese visiting premier; Pacific Fleet briefs Japan's Tanaka; Gov thinks Dems' need spunk; Couple loses adoption appeal
[V.6, No. 242 - Tue, Sept. 11, 2001]
AMERICA ATTACKED -- Isles on alert; Eyewitness to tragedy; Bases closed; State, city react quickly; Akaka, wife evacuated; Echoes of Pearl Harbor; Services/Who to call; 911 survival rate slips; Murakami receives high honor; Convict arrested again; Waianae tunnel considered; Makalapa closure extended; City Lights winners nontraditional; Canoe district criticized
[V.6, No. 243 - Wed., Sept. 12, 2001]
At least 2 from isles killed; Shockwaves cross isle shores; Air travelers remain stranded; Groups pray for peace; Isle Muslims condemn acts ; Civil Defense alert;Restrictions high on isle bases; Concerns override cancelled plans
[V.6, No. 244 - Thu., Sept. 13, 2001]
Airport reopens; Families hold hope, memories; Base traffic still slow; Separate antiterrorist fund urged; Isles buy up flags; Groups seek tolerance; Volunteer held back; Donating aloha; Ferry service starts; Felix decree crimped; Redistricting hearings threatened; Council coup bid thwarted; Ceded-lands law invalidated
[V.6, No. 245 - Fri., Sept. 14, 2001]
Prayer, patriotism at Punchbowl; Aloha parade tomorrow; Air travel, security very tight; Victim's dad against revenge; Hawaii reserves not yet affected; WTC 'aloha quilt'; Former isle gen. survives attack; Abercrombie says Pentagon to be rebuilt
[V.6, No. 246 - Sat., Sept. 15, 2001]
Bomb scare at Maui airport; Rocky start for air travel; Isle residents donate; Hawaii prays; Support for Oahu's mosque; Aloha Festivals halt parade; Demand for flags; Pep rally helps students; Conference postponed; Event will also honor terror victims
[V.6, No. 247 - Sun., Sept. 16, 2001]
Voices haunt Pentagon rescuer; Isle victim 'angel in heaven'; U.S. citizens willing to fight; Residents wary of security; Flags fuel Hawaii patriotism; Isle Muslims share grief; Japanese tourists stranded; Volunteer lands in NYC; How to help

[V.6, No. 248 - Mon., Sept. 17, 2001]
America's New War: Effects on airlines unknown; Isles seek solace through faith; Flying true colors; Firefighters solemn but on duty; Sacred Falls trial to begin; Redistricting gains favor; Buffer zone to protect ships; Jewish New Year
[V.6, No. 249 - Tue., Sept. 18, 2001]
Aloha Air cancels 25% of its flights; Security firm fined for airport violation; Arizona Memorial reopens; Thunderbirds canceled, Bowfin, Missouri closed; Maui man's son alive; Mail traffic resumes; New citizens; Gov calls crisis session; Indonesian president
[V.6, No. 250 - Wed., Sept. 19, 2001]
Isle layoffs begin; JAL is picking back up; Aiming to offset tourism loss; Gov considers Legislature recall; Kids turn to writing for solace; Nurse mourns missing brother; State to implement teacher raises; $200,000 to save dental clinic
[V.6, No. 251 - Thu., Sept. 20, 2001]
Hawaiian Air to cut 20%; State alert for biological attack; Cayetano seeks to head off recession; Gov will call special session; Ideas at economy summit; UH bomb scare; USS Missouri reopens; Hawaii harbors still open; Kauai expresses sympathy
[V.6, No. 252 - Fri., Sept. 21, 2001]
Hawaii Dems applaud Bush; Pakistan's instability limits U.S.; Unions, gov discuss worker aid; Confiscations rise at airport; Retired New York firemen mourn; Education fund set up for victim; Ex-resident's husband killed in attacks
[V.6, No. 253 - Sat., Sept. 22, 2001]
Spirit of aloha vital; Apana sees opportunity; War memories resurface; Paper-lei prayers head to New York; Call for peace; Akaka asked to oppose drilling; Star-Bulletin's top editor to resign; 'Kissing burglar' suspect caught
[V.6, No. 254 - Sun., Sept. 23, 2001]
Aloha in New York; Hickam may host AF reserves; Meeting buoys business; Guam reservists ready; OHA ceded revenues; Health fair for female inmates; Ehime Maru salvage hits $60 mil.; Landowner OKs access; Dentists applaud QUEST changes; Heather Ho, Executive Pastry Chef

[V.6, No. 255 - Mon., Sept. 24, 2001]
Economic aftershocks add to fear; Isle Afghans back U.S.; Fund-raisers aid relief efforts; Construction measure advances; Isle cancer center plans record study; Northwest isle cleanup begins; Water contracts awarded
[V.6, No. 256 - Tue., Sept. 25, 2001]
Gov seeks $1 bil for economy; Colodner lived life to fullest; Lee's death confirmed; Critique draws angry response; Army may seek to use Makua; Businesses feel pinch; Tax-break extension favored; Hee to chair OHA again; Sugar mill reprieve; Cop's molestation trial starts; No jail for peeping officer
[V.6, No. 257 - Wed., Sept. 26, 2001]
Little support for gov's plan; Molokai grad aided search; Program helps army familes; Isle Guard staying sharp; Forum calls for peace; Victim to be remembered with roses; Dreams of Hawaii dashed by attacks; Director says flag's removal due to policy
[V.6, No. 258 - Thu., Sept. 27, 2001]
Airport security tightened; Boy helps NYC, fights cancer; Stadium security tighter; Promotion campaign set up; Tourism firms eye Legislature; Big Isle events soften blow; Gov seeks to reassure counties; MADD offers support; Continential plans more cutbacks; Teachers to get bonuses soon; On the road after paralysis; Ehime Maru plan changed
[V.6, No. 259 - Fri., Sept. 28, 2001]
Hawaiian Airlines to lay off 430; Isle bankruptcy filings up 18%; Isle pilots stand ready; Security tries to stay ahead; Aloha Tower Marketplace in slump; Big Isle shows economic ideas; NYC mission touches isle reservist; Hawaii Guard to protect airports
[V.6, No. 260 - Sat., Sept. 29, 2001]
150 job cuts at Atlantis Adventures ; Single dad re-enlist to fight; Leaders disscuss stimulating economy; Former POW confident in military; Hospitals ready attack response; Iolani Palace raises U.S. flag; Child's slaying stuns community
[V.6, No. 261 - Sun., Sept. 30, 2001]
Layoffs hitting isle hard; State's jobs division swamped; Aloha Stadium bans bags; Schools unite in aid; Isle tourists to Vegas not slowed; Options for lost health plans; Paper regrets Hawaii article; Isle families to lose welfare; Navy nears end of Ehime project 2001

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