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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 23, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wie finishes second at Evian Masters

Local News
 •  Slain Island soldier buried at Punchbowl
 •  Bigger wargames planned for Makua
 •  Groups plan Friday vigil for slain girl
 •  Puna tour copter rescues missing man
 •  Mayor wants liquor panel to regain trust
 •  90-year-old driver strikes down 85-year-old in crosswalk
 •  Big Isle man charged in Volcano shooting
 •  Wiretaps lead to 6 arrests in ice probe
 •  Surveyor finds human remains
 •  Families' courage, stoicism cited
 •  Big Island brushfire closes roads
 •  Akaka determined to get vote before recess
 •  Obituaries
 •  Wallace Teruya, a founder of Times

 •  Bad blood between semi-main eventers
 •  First pro longboard title worth wait for Fong Jr.
 •  For the Record
 •  Kaua'i's Irons falls in final at J-Bay
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  Wie cards 68, but trails by 11 at Evian Masters
 •  Wahiawa's Choy falls at Trans Amateur golf

Island Life
 •  All superheroes to report for duty
 •  All-day potting at Orchid shows
 •  At this auction, old surfboards can be yours
 •  Attention bon dance fans
 •  Hale'iwa arts fest, plus 'Sunset' at Ali'i
 •  Head to Windward side for Xtreme fun
 •  Honu Evening at Hanauma Bay
 •  Screen gems of a different sort
 •  Book helps athletes, us eat like winners
 •  Health calendar
 •  Colon cancer tests a must-do 'chore'
 •  Faith was the elixir for priest in training
 •  Rabbi Magid leaves legacy of service
 •  Therapy divine for Scientologists
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  Ala Moana Hotel units sell briskly
 •  Heiress objects to trust plan questioned
 •  Makers envision sales to West
 •  Pride of America scores high marks
 •  SUV resales running low on gas
 •  Video games lacking woman's touch
 •  Boeing seeks contract with India
 •  Matson to raise cost of shipping

 •  Open door to more stem-cell research
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Michelle Wie a real threat to the gender line
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Tube Notes
 •  'Long Stem' fresh, funny production
 •  TGI Saturday