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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 15, 2004

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Regents move back Dobelle's termination date
 •  Stone to buy Kaua'i resort
 •  Fire endangers preserve
 •  Regents postpone Dobelle meeting
 •  Police Beat
 •  Terrorism, earnings fears scare investors
 •  Check out your contractors first

Local News
 •  Brushfires make comeback
 •  Council OKs farming tax break
 •  Party leaders on hunt for candidates
 •  Antidote packs due in Hawai'i in a year
 •  EDUCATION
1,400 on waiting list for filled UH dorms
 •  Report mixed for state on No Child progress
 •  Average teacher wage fell here in 2002-03
 •  High schools waiting for guidelines on surfing
 •  ACLU Youth Award honors Maui student
 •  OUR SCHOOLS • REDEMPTION ACADEMY
Students can dip into Indiana college curriculum
 •  Scholarships
 •  SCIENCE
Plans for Maui tech center approved
 •  Groups urge Navy to reduce sonar harm to whales
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Fugitive who left behind arsenal on O'ahu nabbed in Idaho
 •  Hilo man acquitted of attempted murder, will get treatment
 •  Big Island woman tells of killing ex-husband
 •  Drugs, guns seized in Mo'ili'ili apartment raid
 •  OTHER NEWS
Grass-roots groups help poor Filipinos, Aquino says
 •  Gay marriage ban fails in U.S. Senate
 •  Businesses come to church's aid
 •  Cameras start rolling on 'Hawaii,' 'Lost'
 •  Two campaign-spending violators issued fines
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  OBITUARIES
Edward Killingsworth designed Kahala Hilton
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
No signs needed for hydrants

Sports
 •  Hamilton picked 'Best Comeback' by an athlete
 •  Williams can't afford to give up any runs
 •  Brooks on U.S. water polo team
 •  Six finalists for HPU's AD/hoops coach post
 •  Survey results: Heat got better deal
 •  ARENA FOOTBALL
Siofele carries on brother's memory
 •  AROUND THE GREENS
Ota, Yamamoto have big interest in Publinx
 •  Ace helps Kono share lead at Junior PGA
 •  Rockefeller left legacy with Mauna Kea
 •  Wie fuels ticket sales for 2005 U.S. Open
 •  Holes in one
 •  Golf notices
 •  GOLF BRIEFS
Hamamoto will play for Hawai'i
 •  ISLE FILE
Ching spurs Earthquakes
 •  FERD LEWIS
It's time to take a byte out of BCS
 •  For the Record
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Mindless Summer
 •  STAGE REVIEW
'Once' wins over Hawai'i audience
 •  Navigating a glut of teen girl celebs
 •  ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Bard's courtly comedy at Paliku
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tryouts Calendar
 •  SHOW BIZ
Camera captures celebratory grand jetÚs
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

Business
 •  Stone bids on Kaua'i resort
 •  Gun gallery goes bankrupt
 •  Beware of unreliable contractors
 •  Changes noted in Japanese tourism
 •  BancWest net income rises 6.6% for quarter
 •  Island Bank Rates
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
Macadamia nut sales, prices up
 •  OTHER BUSINESS
Harrah's to buy Caesars for more than $5 billion
 •  6 million to lose overtime, think tank says
 •  High-tech park to woo firms
 •  PERSONAL FINANCE
College tuition forecast to rise again
 •  SEC seeks stricter rule
 •  CEOs receive higher interest
 •  THE COLOR OF MONEY
Consumers owe it to themselves to learn about credit reporting system

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
'Pay gap' plan for the city not needed
 •  Moderation is key in Taiwan relations
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
Who needs UH success story?