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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 8, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wie misses the PGA cut
 •  Hawai'i National Guard soldier killed in Iraq
 •  Jobs report prompts buying on Wall Street

Local News
 •  Veteran warriors proud to be doing their part in Iraq
 •  Crushed cans now accepted
 •  Team begins survey of grounded ship
 •  Red-eared sliders quietly become a threat
 •  Status reviews set for 26 protected species
 •  Man, 31, charged in forgery case
 •  High-risk probation program paying off
 •  Opponents ask OHA's aid to derail Akaka bill
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Grants
 •  Inouye, local officials rally to retain shipyard
 •  No threat but Isles' buses put on alert
 •  Salutes
 •  Maui wetland set for restoration this month
 •  Residency-hiring suit expands
 •  Changes in Council leadership set for vote
 •  Navy man charged in June 9 shooting
 •  Library staff rethinks rules of computer use
 •  'We'll carry on'
 •  Free TV days going down tube

 •  Hawai'i Bowl planning to keep WAC, C-USA pairing
 •  Williams can't stop Cubs' slide
 •  WAC honors Hawai'i's Uchima
 •  Wie 1 off projected cut after 1-under 70
 •  Payne is having feel-good summer
 •  Reasons differ, but all have need for speed
 •  Spearing the top prize
 •  Sports notices
 •  Three gymnasts qualify for elite meet
 •  Kim tied for third at Rolex junior golf
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Diet plan calls for good guffaws
 •  Keep diet talk away from table
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  Light up summer at Gleam night in the garden
 •  Local designer transforms vintage fabrics into edgy fashions using geometric shapes
 •  50th state wrestling on display
 •  Learn how to preserve history on videotape

 •  Mortgage rates edge upward
 •  Wall Street overcomes London shock waves
 •  Local tourism fallout unlikely
 •  Travel abroad may drop off
 •  Hawaiian faces more competition
 •  Condo conversions on rise in U.S.
 •  Late takeover of Waikiki high-rise to delay sales
 •  Travel stocks plunge in Japan

 •  London bombings are another face of terror
 •  Reversal in Aiwohi case makes sense
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  'Fantastic Four' only ho-hum heroes
 •  'Fantastic' hopes
 •  'Four' far from fantastic
 •  'Prozac' not movie to elevate your mood
 •  'Unrecovered' uncovers effects of terror
 •  Screening room
 •  TV, movie remakes not raking in money
 •  Billboard hits
 •  R. Kelly's 'Reloaded' returns to hard-core rap
 •  Fresh-off-the-slab fish takes French twist at Nico's
 •  'Monk' returns for fourth season
 •  Tonight's Must-See
 •  'Feeding Frenzy' has universal appeal
 •  Comedy, love drama to open 'Romeo and Juliet'
 •  Staging of Bard play, venue don't jibe
 •  A tribute of dance
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing Events
 •  The Buzz
 •  Tube Notes