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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 19, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Fire officials: Lab School fire was arson
 •  Spontaneous combustion blamed for Hawaiian Mission fire
 •  Big Island school library burglarized
 •  Drowning reported on Big Island
 •  Ishii wins Senior qualifier
 •  Police Beat: Unpaid $413 bar tab leads to arrest
 •  Kamehameha Highway lanes closed for pavement work
 •  Satele on Outland Trophy watch list
 •  Business briefs: Hoku Scientific shares fall to $2.88
 •  Stocks slide on weak housing data, rate fears
 •  Lane closures in place along Pali Highway

Local News
 •  No one hurt as fire strikes Makiki school
 •  Junked vehicle law cleaning up streets
 •  Fishing debate not over in NW Isles
 •  Inconsistent staffing plagues nation's airports
 •  New power plant not certain
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Marine sanctuary not that great if you depend on fishing
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Pearl City bar told to address concerns about noise, fighting
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Pay plan rewards achievers
 •  Survey complete on dump site
 •  What's cookin' with MREs?
 •  Soldiers in Iraq put feelings to music
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Lobster fishery remains battered
 •  For the environment
OTHER NEWS
 •  Pele Street residents get their mini-park
 •  Family struggling to accept loss of woman killed on H-3
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  CPR, oxygen fail to revive diver
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Kane'ohe Canoe Club makes it four in a row
 •  McLachlin ties for second at Knoxville
 •  Wade helps Heat outlast Mavs in OT
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Cry Baby
 •  Let's get physical the leotard is back
ABOUT MEN
 •  I won't be selling my motorcycle
TELEVISION
 •  Dan Rather ponders his next move
 •  Telenovelas coming to My Network TV
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Enjoy Southeast Asia style without the jet lag
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Wedding delegation
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

Business
 •  Math, in the real world
 •  Workers follow in dads' footsteps
 •  U.S. car quality improves
WORKPLACE
 •  Leadership Corner
 •  Laptop thefts spur new look at security
 •  More women seeing the pluses of accounting
 •  Best e-mails are brief, to the point
 •  Appearance a little lacking? Develop your 'brand' to get ahead
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Hokuli'a resolution hardly ends the story
 •  Cigarette tax a good investment for state
COMMENTARY
 •  War comes with its own code of morality
 •  Intervention can rescue faltering students
 •  Letters to the Editor