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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 11, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Court denies request to immediately enroll non-Hawaiian
 •  Police Beat: Thief videotapes himself burglarizing home
 •  Business briefs: A&B sells stake in sugar refiner
 •  Stocks rise as market shakes concerns about oil prices
 •  Judge allows Hawaii College of Pharmacy to pay workers

Local News
 •  NFL still passing on UH QBs
 •  Fishing boat found in violation
 •  Hawai'i stands out in racial diversity
 •  Makiki library awaits $4.5 million for repairs
 •  Mold forces cancellation of UH play
 •  Council approves property tax relief
 •  Transit tax approved
 •  'Pedagogy of aloha' drives charter school's success
 •  Best to hook 'em any way you can while they're young
 •  Organize paperwork from school
 •  USO-Hawai'i plans 5K/10K benefit race
 •  Workers were installing gate; 200 acres burned
 •  Inmate captured in raid on home
 •  Big rigs rattling residents
 •  Man gets weekends in jail for DUI death
 •  Men sentenced for robberies
 •  Suit pursues ferry impact study
 •  Alumni planning march in Bay Area
 •  School's lawyers seek more time
 •  Input sought on Kahana Bay
 •  Obituaries
 •  'Tosh' Ishikawa guided Maui County growth

 •  Final decathlon results
 •  Warriors uncover Keli'ikipi's successor
 •  Ex-BYU coach McGown to assist Warriors in fall
 •  Shoji expects more surprises
 •  Leagues reveal who's DI, who's DII
 •  Clay runs away with world decathlon title
 •  Pearl City reaches Senior World Series
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  It took a double-take before realizing it was 007
 •  Fashion, nightspots latest mix and match
 •  Hip-hop history

 •  Idea bypasses campus bookstores
 •  Pacific Beach workers go ILWU
 •  Pharmacy college to close
 •  Price Busters 'matures' with presence at malls
 •  Be savvy about mortgage lender's closing fees
 •  Know how to quit before signing up for CD, book clubs
 •  Mac Orchards revenues rise

 •  Kalaeloa proposal has great promise
 •  Middle schools gain from new DOE boost
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Ocean's 'rainforests' must be protected
 •  They're not guest workers, they're serfs

 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday