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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 1, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hawaii Sports Scoreboard
 •  Water main leak snarls Waimanalo traffic
 •  UH football: Commitment and signing updates
 •  UH-Chaminade softball scrimmages canceled
 •  Del Monte pineapple production to end on O'ahu by 2008
 •  Man acquitted in stabbing deaths of mother, aunt
 •  Damien star Sipili picks Colorado
 •  Police Beat: Bank robber still at large
 •  Stocks rise as falling oil prices boost indexes

Local News
 •  Could promise to schools fall short?
 •  Lingle reveals trade mission finances
 •  Leeward residents say no to another landfill
 •  Coretta Scott King warmly remembered in Islands
 •  End 'addiction' to foreign oil
 •  O'ahu protest disrupts traffic
ELECTION
 •  Case had no active fundraising
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Lingle closely watches energy-bill proceedings
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Waipahu Marine's services set
COURTS
 •  Statement in golf course shooting barred
 •  Welfare cheater to serve 10 years
POLICE
 •  Landlord charged in break-in, killing dog
FIRE
 •  Health Dept. building closed today after fire
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Dumping alleged near marsh
BIG ISLAND
 •  West Hawai'i group pitches county split
KAUA'I
 •  No backing down for Kaua'i mayor
OTHER NEWS
 •  Atkinson expected to reopen today
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Cherry blossom festival Saturday
OBITUARIES
 •  Structural engineer Arthur Chiu, 76
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  The passing of a true sea captain

Sports
 •  Nothing rivaled Hawai'i vs. SDSU
 •  Ex-Crusaders starting as freshmen
 •  Kalani girls stun Pearl City in OIA soccer
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Warriors fulfilling defensive promise
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Rainbows glad to leave road behind
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine play Chaminade
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  No. 4 Kahuku holds off McKinley, 53-47
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
 •  Intriguing opener in state softball
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kalani girls stun Pearl City in OIA soccer
GOLF
 •  Wie to play against men in South Korea tourney
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  Garbin offensive MVP of Oregon's soccer team
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Gwynn taking road less traveled in retirement

Island Life
 •  Good as gold
 •  Old-timers grace Helm's 'Sweet'
 •  Girl keeps identity under wraps
TELEVISION
 •  Ratings point to better days at 'The Office'
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Chocolate treatment for two
TASTE
 •  Score big at your Super Bowl shindig
 •  Spicy, tangy Thai staple isn't your everyday chicken soup
 •  Pumpkin pie spread adds spice year-round
 •  Culinary calendar
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Looks do matter for wines, too
QUICK BITES
 •  Yan cooks at weekend homes show
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
 •  Pickled wakame, Korean-style

Business
 •  Hotel industry revenue a record $3 billion
 •  29 bills at session target ID theft
 •  Itís business and gifts on last day for Fed chief
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  Lessons shared after 20 years in business
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  New Fed chairman wins approval of Senate
 •  Interest rate rises to 4.5% for time being
 •  Enron jurors hear 2 sides of same tale
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Gas about to get a bit cheaper

Opinion
 •  Congress must listen to Bush's call for hope
 •  Spike in court cost demands an inquiry
COMMENTARY
 •  America in need of new black leadership
VOLCANIC ASH
 •  System perverted by binding arbitration
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  Ratings point to better days at 'The Office'
 •  TGI Wednesday