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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 13, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Native Hawaiian business group sets Christmas event
 •  State to fine Maui insurance salesman, revoke license
 •  Equinix Inc. sells Honolulu Internet Business Exchange
 •  Hilton sees steady growth in its room revenue globally
 •  Trader Vic's menu offered on some United flights
 •  Ala Moana Center has 17 new shops, restaurants
 •  Ala Moana Center has 17 new shops, restaurants
 •  Remodeling show set for Blaisdell Jan. 25-28
 •  AVCA Division I All-America volleyball list
 •  Another broken hand for Tinoisamoa
 •  On Air Thursday: HPU men's basketball
 •  On Air Wednesday: Lakers-Mavericks on ESPN
 •  Sports Thursday: HPU men's basketball vs. Seattle
 •  Sports Wednesday: OIA boys, girls soccer on tap
 •  Car reported on fire in hospital parking lot
 •  Forecast calls for sunny skies, gentle winds
 •  Sentencing for Schofield soldier to continue tomorrow
 •  Effort launched here to draft Obama for president
 •  Authorities ID drowning victim
 •  Fire at Marine base under investigation
 •  Kaua`i surf spot reopens following shark sighting
 •  Police Beat: Woman accused of ID theft
 •  Kamehameha alum Carvalho I-AA football All-American
 •  Island Air offers $12 return flights
 •  UH's Kamana'o named to All-America first team
 •  Mililani elementary students treated for noxious odors
 •  HECO to ask for rate hike
 •  Driver's license office hours cut back in Kona
 •  Navy offers free boat tours of holiday lights
 •  Automobile fire reported on Puowaina Drive
 •  Surf on the rise along north, west shores
 •  '70s surf icon Shaun Tomson to give talk in Hale'iwa tonight
 •  Hawaii resident buys Kozlowski's $13 million yacht
 •  Laid off Del Monte workers attend Kunia job fair
 •  Pipeline Masters postponed Wednesday

Local News
 •  Taste of Honolulu loses its title sponsorship
 •  Army medevac service on O'ahu at risk, again
 •  Meals on Wheels needs a hand
 •  Pentagon pushes for more troops in Iraq
 •  Schofield soldier guilty of murder
ELECTION
 •  Former lawmaker is Hirono's chief of staff
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Focusing on wasteful spending
POLICE BEAT
 •  Friends recover diver's body
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Lead poisoning Midway albatross
BIG ISLAND
 •  County to discuss repairs to Kalopa Sand Gulch Road
OTHER NEWS
 •  Quake aid deadline Dec. 22
 •  Runner gets more than second wind
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  TheBus contest to honor Favela
 •  Obituaries
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Move knocked them off their feet
JIM DOOLEY
 •  Focusing on wasteful spending

Sports
 •  Brennan gets AP honor
 •  Wallace raises decibels, intensity at UH practice
 •  McLachlin to play in Sony Open
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Five from Isles in national prep bowl
GOLF
 •  Dwyer beaten in 'Big Break IV' final
BASKETBALL
 •  No. 25 Nevada routs St. Mary's
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  UW's Miyashiro named to all-regional team
ISLE FILE
 •  Pipeline Masters postponed
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Big-name fillers will boost Colt

Island Life
 •  Blessed serenade
 •  Teens no longer rule music charts
 •  Snake's trickery deprives man, woman of brand-new skin
ART
 •  Exhibit focuses on modern designs
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Concerts feature soprano, symphony
TASTE
 •  'Tis the season for cookies
 •  A delicious Hanukkah tradition
 •  Fruit mui: Make your own for favorite holiday gifts
 •  Delicious healthful chili? You can do it
 •  Honey where you least expect it
 •  Marinate shrimp with fruits for lighter New Year's treat
 •  Culinary calendar
QUICK BITES
 •  Island restaurants ban trans-fats
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Cookbooks that focus on health

Business
 •  Waterfront project step closer to approval
 •  Kaua'i resort will run on diesel
 •  Luxury hospital chain looking at Hawai'i market
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  Flexibility's key, especially during holidays
 •  Small companies can thrive, even against Goliaths
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Good times at Goldman Sachs
 •  'Inflation risks' keeping Fed on sidelines; rates unchanged
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Barnwell reports $14.6M profit

Opinion
 •  State must meet needs of Kahuku Hospital
 •  Remittance law protects consumers
COMMENTARY
 •  China's currency policy and global dilemma
 •  A sentimental Christmas letter the Garrison Keillor way
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  The gift of quotation for the holiday season
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Wednesday