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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 9, 2003

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Former Kaiser exec named Kamehameha CEO
 •  Ex-union leaderís daughter sentenced
 •  Man charged in fatal stabbing
 •  Dow reaches 10,000 but then goes lower

Local News
 •  Live-fire exercise returns to Makua
 •  Four dead, three injured in Makaha head-on crash
 •  Boy OK after being pulled out of canal
 •  Kahuku players' act of respect the picture of sportsmanship
 •  EDUCATION
Ex-chief of Kaiser seeking CEO post
 •  Schools official won't be punished
 •  Project takes kids beyond classroom
 •  Board unlikely to release specific breakdown of spending formula
 •  OTHER TOP STORIES
Rainy weather 'pretty much done'
 •  Beaches to reopen after spill
 •  Islands spared in hurricane season
 •  Donor cases won't be moved to lower court
 •  TRANSPORTATION
City won't get head start on BRT
 •  Parades, marathon will add to holiday season traffic jams
 •  OTHER NEWS
Job fair targets Pacific islanders, Asians
 •  Haleakala a finalist for solar telescope
 •  Financing for police raises still in question
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
Family struggles to afford diapers for kids, basic furnishings
 •  OBITUARIES
Med school 'mom' Mary Cutting, 88
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH SPORTS
Certification concerns UH
 •  All-WAC Warriors
 •  Warriors say Elimimian should have been All-WAC
 •  Grading the game
 •  HIGH SCHOOLS
Kahuku's win rivals another 31 years ago
 •  Advertiser's Top 10 football poll
 •  Weekly honors
 •  O'AHU LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS
Blankenship, Carney Tuifagu share honor
 •  OTHER SPORTS
Surfers hoping big waves call
 •  Castillo, Ishii, Ota earn Sony berths
 •  For the Record
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Thrifty but oh, so nifty
 •  Christmas classics trump cliched new TV programs
 •  THE LEFT LANE
It's Reyning men
 •  SHOW BIZ
Kumu hula Ching to bring popular show here
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

Business
 •  Statewide hotel occupancy 71.8% full in October
 •  Hearing on bank merger begins
 •  Lingle proposes visa rule changes
 •  Affordable rentals next project for 'Ewa homes
 •  Oil exploration firm Barnwell sees earnings rise
 •  Committee named to pick Parker trustees
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
Meeting on airfares moved
 •  TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY
Time Warner enters digital-phone-service business
 •  High-tech option to string on a finger being tested at MIT
 •  Cell phone demand pushes Texas Instruments' profit up

Opinion
 •  EDITORIAL
Unregulated gillnetting is a menace to sea life
 •  EDITORIAL
Irradiator facility key to agricultural success
 •  TOM PLATE
Annan links U.S. with U.N.
 •  ISLAND VOICES
Lingle looked first for quality
 •  Letters to the Editor

Technology/Click!
 •  BYTE MARKS
Keeping up with the onslaught of gadgets
 •  Electronics shelves, Net overflow with gift ideas
 •  Q&A
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