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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 15, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Lingle names new Board of Education member
 •  West O'ahu advances to Little League World Series
 •  Mickelson, Goosen complete Grand Slam field
 •  Police Beat: 3 hurt when tour van swerves onto sidewalk
 •  Business briefs: Hawai'i gas price hits record $2.749
 •  Stocks boosted by lower oil prices, rising tech shares

Local News
 •  Makiki library to keep up fight for funds
 •  Amaral's family continues search
 •  Big Island DUI deaths up so far this year
 •  Outreach plan on track
 •  Overcrowded schools stuck for a while longer
 •  Premium healthcare 'essential'
 •  Recruiting shortfalls still plague Army
 •  Smith to head security studies
 •  Extended Zipper Lane opens today
 •  Wasp only ravaging Erythrina
 •  Wind farm proposal has help for wildlife
 •  Fighting blaze the hard way
 •  Home fire safety topic of workshop
 •  Heiau to be focus of Manoa center
 •  Cooperating on school makeover
 •  Obituaries

 •  Cousins capture rare national 'Triple Crown'
 •  Pearl City wins Senior World Series opener, 5-3
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Sorry, guys but you just gotta say it
 •  A journey of love
 •  Bring on the birthdays
 •  Rocker fails to taint school's image
 •  Retiree intent on remaining active
 •  Home furnishings shop offers urban chic

 •  Corporate changes put many out of work
 •  Employers court injured vets
 •  Leadership Corner: Sue Wesselkamper
 •  Qwest, union pause contract talks
 •  Tourism surge strains employees
 •  Coming Events
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Back pain costly in workplace
 •  Low prices, high costs sting beekeeping business

 •  Let's keep the focus on kids in foster care
 •  Looting in Iraq destroys credibility
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Chinese could decide NASA's fortune
 •  Development endangers Nu'uanu's beauty

 •  Tonight's Must-See
 •  TGI Monday