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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 10, 2003

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Crummy weather just typical December
 •  3 Rainbow Wahine named regional all-stars
 •  11,000 lose Internet access
 •  Man who fell from cliff IDd
 •  Wall Street backtracks in light trading

Local News
 •  Kamehameha CEO selection well received
 •  Recycling program off to good start in Mililani
 •  Rush is on for Nimitz flyover
 •  LEEWARD COAST TRAGEDY
Charges may not be filed in fatal crash
 •  Deadly highway is scene of yet another tragedy
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Officer tells court of deadly encounter
 •  Ex-union leader's daughter receives 46-month sentence
 •  Suspect charged in fatal stabbing of woman in Nanakuli
 •  Kaua'i police seek clues into how woman died
 •  Killer describes executions for drugs in Puna
 •  OTHER NEWS
$5M low bid for BRT contract
 •  Memorial set for Kahealani
 •  Waimanalo parade needs more money
 •  Rains highlight chronic flooding at Mapunapuna
 •  Post office expects Monday to be busiest day of year
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
Child suffers from sleeping on the floor
 •  OBITUARIES
Rudolph Peterson, 98, former Bank of Hawaii executive
 •  Obituaries
 •  Volcano inn erupts with lore
 •  Grants

Sports
 •  UH VOLLEYBALL
Rainbow Wahine back in volleyball's big dance
 •  HOMEGROWN HOME & AWAY
Cornell's Lee still class of collegiate wrestling
 •  Kansas State has kama'aina
 •  DeVey assists Santa Clara in playoffs
 •  MARATHON
Injury forces top runner out of marathon
 •  PIGSKIN PICKS
Cash prize should help pay his bill
 •  ISLE FILE
Oyama resigns at Kaimuki
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  The Grande dame of dance
 •  Find fellowship in 'Rings' trivia
 •  Chesney hails holidays in Margaritaville mode
 •  SHAPE UP
Benefits of cooking process challenges raw-food beliefs
 •  STAGE REVIEW
Pointless fun wears thin in 'Life'
 •  We clap so that 'Peter' will move along
 •  Answers to 'Lord of the Rings' trivia
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Teens polled on sex
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  TASTE
Savor an elegant classic
 •  Chef caught up in a whopper of a fast-food flap
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  COOK'S TIPS
Take first slice of pie without making a mess
 •  RECIPE DOCTOR
Cheddar comfort with fewer calories
 •  7 OR LESS
Moroccan tagine fragrant with spices
 •  QUICK BITES
Top Island chefs will teach classes
 •  FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Chef credits family, 'Boys' for sushi success

Business
 •  Federal Reserve holds line at 1 percent; stocks fall
 •  Cruise industry to address pollution
 •  City Bank, rival stick to claims on merger
 •  Pilots demand back payment
 •  Dow flirts with that 10,000 threshold
 •  SMALL BUSINESS
Firms often can save time, money by outsourcing hiring
 •  Small firms show holiday cheer
 •  America West selling ads on tray tables in all planes
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
State will renew licenses online

Opinion
 •  EDITORIAL
School funding analysis should be made public
 •  EDITORIAL
Build more housing for Hawai'i's poor
 •  EDITORIAL
State economy depends on easing visa restrictions
 •  VOLCANIC ASH
UH can't be victim of politics
 •  Letters to the Editor