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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 20, 2005

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Owens signed to Jaguar practice squad
 •  Police Beat: Woman shot with plastic BBs
 •  Fed rate hike sinks stocks

Local News
 •  Drop in gas prices a relief this week
 •  Hotels to shelter tourists
 •  Some Maui towns may be cut off
 •  Elevators get emergency repairs
 •  35 pounds of meth seized in Waipahu
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Effluent pipeline will divide highway 3 years, official says
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Arizona Memorial to get help from namesake state
HIGHER EDUCATION
 •  Library gets regular power back finally
POLICE BEAT
 •  Man arrested in stolen car
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Workshops address coastal planning
OTHER NEWS
 •  Firms helping La. law students
 •  Top archaeologist named to work with state historic preservation
 •  Fading hurricanes bypassing Isles
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Meeting looks at progress on ice
OBITUARIES
 •  Isao Nakauchi, founder of Daiei
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Putting our worst foot forward

Sports
 •  Jaguars release Owens
 •  Brennan says he's ready to air it out
 •  Hamilton surfs back to top of amateur ranks
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Ilaoa slotted for old position
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Football statistics
 •  Football standings
 •  Football schedules
 •  Advertiser football poll
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  'Aiea senior has dug deep, answered call
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Weekly honors
ISLE FILE
 •  Rainbow volleyball drops to 9th in poll
 •  Sports calendar
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Upsets give underdogs inspiration

Island Life
 •  Fit for poker play
 •  Violent guys in wheelchairs
 •  Give your kids a break and enjoy life more
ABOUT WOMEN
 •  He fell, he lived, now you know
OTHER FEATURES
 •  Emmy dominance lifts Hawai'i's role in 'Lost'
 •  Parents should read kids' e-mails
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

Business
 •  Hawaii Biotech cuts 14 jobs
 •  HECO scaling down rate hike
 •  2,700 North Shore acres are to be offered for sale
TOURISM
 •  Hotels reopen not to tourists
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Slow rebound for Silicon Valley
 •  Popular blogs can be money makers
 •  Nintendo eliminates the buttons
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Oil prices climb on new storm
 •  Aloha will hire new restructurer
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Lanihau Center in Kona sold

Opinion
 •  Akaka amendments preserve bill's intent
 •  Positive movement in N. Korea nuclear talks
COMMENTARY
 •  N. Korea nuclear deal does not end crisis
 •  We need healthcare system that serves all
 •  Letters to the Editor