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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 1, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Bail reduced for deacon in sexual assault case
 •  Kai named preseason top offensive player in WAC
 •  Police Beat: Residents escape injury in apartment fire
 •  Business briefs: Aston Hotels adopts name change
 •  Stocks edge mostly higher despite record oil prices

Local News
 •  Stingers in sea hard to pinpoint
 •  Warrior fans must fight urge
 •  Community calendar
 •  Project to add 66 homes in Waipahu
 •  Quest on for Niu Valley playground equipment
 •  Injured cyclist seeks public's help
 •  Man, 19, killed in Waialua
 •  Schools brace for test scores
 •  Veterans' clubhouse needs help
 •  Whatever comes, unit 'can do'
 •  Women reshaping Iraqi army
 •  For the environment
 •  Grants
 •  Main break shuts 2 lanes of road
 •  Obituaries

 •  Herta gets first IndyCar win of '05
 •  Wie ties for 3rd; Jang takes title
 •  Woods' charge falls short as Singh wins
 •  Andy Irons captures U.S. Open title
 •  Australian paddleboarder four-peats in paddleboard
 •  Hawai'i team captures USTA national title
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Future is firefights, not football
 •  He's pleased with 'Medium' recognition
 •  Adding stealth to your health
 •  Unprotected skin can get ugly
 •  Women on defense
 •  What to look for in a class on self-defense

 •  Group rekindles art of barter
 •  Job growth spurs economy
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade winds
 •  From white collar jobs to 'survival'
 •  Good dose of laughter prescribed for job stress
 •  Leadership corner
 •  No Ka 'oi

 •  Iraq democracy must be allowed own pace
 •  Water plan reflects wise policy change
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Make companies liable for the data entrusted to them

 •  Tonight's Must-See
 •  Po'okela returns in 2006 — revamped
 •  TGI Monday