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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 1, 2005

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Boise State outlasts UH, 44-41
 •  Rainbow Wahine stop New Mexico State

Local News
 •  Kahekili landscaping delayed once again
 •  Dean's vision becomes reality
 •  Harbin on advisory board
 •  City gives award to 7 civilian heroes
 •  Wet, stormy weather isnít over
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  GOP energy plan stresses incentives
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Mayor leaving today on weeklong Japan trip
 •  City ends contract with beach concessionaire
HIGHER EDUCATION
 •  Mold-free Kennedy reopens
EDUCATION
 •  Group seeks to extend autism service contracts
COURTS
 •  Man found guilty of Waipahu killing
KAUA'I
 •  New water purification site opens on Kaua'i
OTHER NEWS
 •  Homeless to get lunch, after all
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Trip to northwest isles topic of talk
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Wannabe Warriors play Boise State
 •  Broncos' dazzle could rattle Warriors
 •  Wie may turn pro this Wednesday
 •  Friends, fans wishing Wie well
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Mililani holds off Kapolei in OIA West showdown, 36-31
 •  Saint Louis topples No. 1 Kamehameha
SURFING
 •  Irons 3-peats in Pro France meet
VOLLEYBALL
 •  Brazilians lead HPU to Pacific West win
TRACK AND FIELD
 •  Ex-'Bow won NCAA shot put
ISLE FILE
 •  Rainy weather forces BIIF to postpone weekend games
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Annual pow wow celebrates heritage
 •  'Flight 29' debuts on Discovery
 •  Go native at Waimea Valley Audubon plant sale today
 •  War heroes, movies bring history alive at Schofield
 •  Sunset on the Plains in Kapolei canceled due to rain
 •  Register to find lost relatives
 •  Homes to go on parade today
 •  Nanakuli's 'Hope' for victims
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
 •  As women age, health-test priority changes
PRESCRIPTIONS
 •  Coconut oil offers great taste, health benefits
FAITH
 •  Judaism marks Rosh Hashana
 •  Sporting ministry lures youths
 •  Top Jesuit is fighting gay ban
 •  Rabbi hopes his collection will help tell story of Jews in U.S.
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  Life needs a reservoir of options
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

Business
 •  Stations slow to pass along gas-cap drops
 •  Bankruptcy filings surge
 •  Makeover planned for Maui shops
 •  Bankoh warned of mutual-fund case
 •  Local company buys Naniloa lease in Hilo
 •  Isle firm buys rights to UH biotechnology
AIRLINES
 •  Delta Air Lines' hometown braces for bumpy landing
ECONOMY
 •  Katrina ripples across economy
STOCK MARKET
 •  Stocks show sturdy gains for the week, third quarter
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  More communities weigh ban on chain outlets
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Lana'i launches housing project

Opinion
 •  New fishing ban makes sense for Hawai'i
COMMENTARY
 •  Female equality in war not always attractive
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Saturday