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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 5, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  NASA picks Keck for telescope project
 •  Police Beat: Police investigate baby's head injuries
 •  Business briefs: Hoku Scientific IPO gets tepid response
 •  Stocks fall on fears of higher interest rates

Local News
 •  Ban booze? I'll drink to that
 •  Awards recognize work toward Hawaiian health
 •  BOE may lower bar to pass No Child tests
 •  Grants
 •  Honolulu EMS chief Dukes a pioneer
 •  Kalaeloa plan would add 6,500 homes
 •  OHA grants to benefit two programs
 •  Salutes
 •  Ship off reef, sunk in deep water
 •  UH fans face 'dry' season at Aloha Stadium
 •  Snake being hunted at Kaua'i airport
 •  Police lights credited with foiling turtle theft
 •  Talia's body finally released
 •  Educator warns about emphasis on test scores
 •  Ka'a'awa Elementary gets helping hand with repairs
 •  Students' test scores mixed in fourth year
 •  Tunnel brighter, groovy with new safety features
 •  Military, group at odds over Makua fire
 •  Maui seniors honor oldest pair
 •  Ex-guard acquitted in prison death
 •  School rejects admissions proposal
 •  Obituaries
 •  Jaap Suyderhoud, 79, leader in Hawai'i Kai community

 •  For the Record
 •  Sports calendar
 •  Honolulu 11-year-old vaults into national prominence
 •  Warriors eager to hit practice field
 •  Costain was longtime coach at Kaimuki
 •  Kaneko ousted from U.S. Amateur
 •  Kailua paddlers quietly effective
 •  Macdonald wins Masters 5,000
 •  Kailua Night Doubles final an all-Santa Clara alum affair
 •  'The Bruce Movie' chronicles Irons' feats
 •  Water polo players find league of own
 •  Youths to participate at national camps

Island Life
 •  Do I tell her about my IBS?
 •  Atkins goes lean on finances too
 •  Growing native
 •  Home and Garden calendar
 •  When lawn thatch gets too thick, it has to go
 •  Pidgin fo' da whole world

 •  Affordable-unit rules revived on O'ahu
 •  Assets of school, leaders frozen
 •  Fast card, faster food at all McDonald's
 •  Remote parts of U.S. appealing
 •  Mortgage rates continue climb
 •  Profit-taking erodes gains from July rally
 •  iTunes service launches in Japan with 1M songs
 •  Logan, Continental feud over free Wi-Fi service
 •  Panasonic marketing improved battery
 •  Hawaiian Air tops list again

 •  Isle teacher shortage needs creative fixes
 •  Solar power becomes real in military housing
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Stand beside us at Kamehameha rallies
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Buzzing about ...
 •  Find delight in 'Thin Man' DVD box
 •  New TV series filming on O'ahu
 •  Screening room
 •  Salsa under the stars lures dancers downtown
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Hill branches out with new 'Fireflies'
 •  My View: 'Dukes of Hazzard' soundtrack
 •  Downtown's Europa dishes up Armenian delights
 •  Fall sitcoms may amuse viewers
 •  TV Guide makeover may boost its ratings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  My View: 'Forza Motorsport'
 •  Movement Center's 'Uncle Sherbert' guides young dancers
 •  A little Gian Carlo, anyone? Diva is calling
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Iceland's Sigur Rós offers mood with chilly sound
 •  TGIF weekend calendar
 •  What's Up!
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