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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 17, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Firefighters battling Waikele Gulch brushfire
 •  HMSA earnings fall 35 percent in second quarter
 •  Police Beat: Search on for alleged sexual-assault suspect
 •  Stocks rise after oil prices slip

Local News
 •  School waits long for traffic safety
 •  Military sends in copters
 •  Fuel law shortens time for water drops
 •  Feds probe treatment of mentally ill inmates
 •  Mainland hosts love Isle players
EDUCATION
 •  Hawai'i ACT scores improve
COURTS
 •  Man accused of murder out on bail
POLICE
 •  Still no arrests in van crash
 •  Cause of death in two ocean cases unknown
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Photos prove that's no humpback off Wai'anae it's a sperm whale
BIG ISLAND
 •  95-bed veterans home construction to begin
OTHER NEWS
 •  It's a thriller of a launch party
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Isle Job Corps No. 1 in nation
OBITUARIES
 •  O.W. 'Dub' Efurd, 68, led Baptists in Hawai'i, Pacific
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  A lot of kolea, and smiles, too

Sports
 •  Rolovich rejoins Warrior football team
 •  Hawai'i on fast track for season opener
 •  Mililani's Kia out with leg injury
PADDLING
 •  Kayaker Dolan wins eight golds at nationals
BASEBALL
 •  Walkoff homer lifts Pearl City
ISLE FILE
 •  Kono leads golf tourney in Germany
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Riley sees a chance to dance

Island Life
 •  The Auntie of Bishop Museum
 •  'Marriage' not Mamet's best work
 •  Kaua'i's slack-key guitar star equally adept at banjo
SHAPE UP
 •  Refrigerate eggs, pizza to be safe
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Working notes from God
TASTE
 •  It's in the bag
 •  Make your child's lunch more fun and interesting
 •  Keep halibut healthful with a lighter pesto risotto
 •  Corn, goat cheese fold into omelet
 •  Culinary Calendar
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Pardon my chardonnay, Monsieur
QUICK BITES
 •  Kenny Omiya heads Waikoloa kitchens
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
 •  Check out chapchae variations

Business
 •  Consumer prices up 3.1 percent in first half
 •  Businesses lagging in disaster readiness
 •  Glass firm aces 504 loan program
 •  3% hike by Kaiser to apply to 174,000
AIRLINES
 •  Judge OKs settlement over purchase of Island Air
TECHNOLOGY
 •  CNN, ABC computers shut down by worm
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  7-Eleven plans three new stores

Opinion
 •  Kapolei residents suffering 'disconnect'
 •  State-city legal muddle bogs down Kawai Nui
COMMENTARY
 •  Mother knows best: why Israel is leaving
VOLCANIC ASH
 •  Gov. Lingle must beware her right flank
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Wednesday