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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 18, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Debate on Akaka bill delayed in Senate
 •  American Samoa soldier killed in Iraq
 •  Pentagon says moving Pearl operations would be 'detrimental'
 •  Local contingent meets with BRAC
 •  Police Beat: Man arrested after punching in windshield
 •  Business briefs: Barnwell included in stock index
 •  Stocks fall on Citigroup earnings

Local News
 •  Monk seals still at risk from nets
 •  BRAC panel 'quite qualified'
 •  Guard duty keeps friends close
 •  Rough riders invading landscape
 •  Young minds take wing with soaring rockets
 •  Eartrhquakes rattle Hawai'i twice
 •  4 sought in death of 'Aiea man
 •  Actions swift in sailboat rescue
 •  Citizen-soldiers mature fast
 •  Divorce law under scrutiny
 •  Project aids wounded warriors
 •  Big Isle meetings target invasive species
 •  For the Environment
 •  HECO proposes wind farm
 •  Pearl Harbor Trail on firmer footing
 •  4 teen escapees remain at large
 •  Obituaries

 •  Armstrong cruises as teammate wins 15th stage
 •  Canoe results
 •  For the Record
 •  Lieto, Wee earn Tinman Triathlon victories
 •  Hui Nalu victorious in return to Ke'ehi
 •  Biggest, fastest set sail in Transpac
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Being a guy is a guy thing
 •  'Dance' follows 'Idol' footsteps
 •  Straighten up and live right
 •  Home workouts

 •  Inflation pressures up, survey suggests
 •  Workplace sentinels often go unnoticed
 •  Coming Events
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Confront bad boss to change her ways
 •  Japan encounters new type of worker
 •  Leadership Corner: Suzanne Case
 •  On job trail, manners do matter

 •  Child welfare agency in promising gains
 •  Coast Guard upgrade needs quick attention
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  For poor women, a safety net for AIDs

 •  Jasmine expands horizons and appeal in her first CD
 •  'Housewives' craving comedy gold
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday