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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 26, 2007

 •  Sugar Bowl tickets to be sold online, in New Orleans (Posted at 3:32 p.m.)  
 •  Leeward nonprofit groups get $1 million in city grants (Posted at 2:42 p.m.)  
 •  Motorcyclist falls 50-60 feet from freeway (Updated at 6:55 p.m.)  
 •  Rough sea cancels Superferry trips to Maui (Updated at 9:38 p.m.)  
 •  Census: Hawai'i's population up 5.9 pct. since 2000 (Posted at 8:28 p.m.)  
 •  New Energy savings firm EnerTech Hawaii launches (Posted at 1:02 p.m.)  
 •  Small harbors to get $4.45 million in improvements (Posted at 12:43 p.m.)  
 •  Humane Society issues New Year's Eve pet tips (Updated at 9:01 a.m.)  
 •  Expect wind, scattered showers today (Updated at 9:00 a.m.)  
 •  Police looking for suspect in overnight stabbing in Kalihi (Updated at 9:00 a.m.)  
 •  Surf of 7 to 10 feet expected along east shores today (Updated at 7:28 a.m.)  
 •  Water main break disrupting traffic near Kualoa Ranch (Updated at 7:18 a.m.)  
 •  High-wind advisory issued for Maui, Big Island (Posted at 5:12 a.m.)  
 •  Highway lane closures continue through Friday (Posted at 4:08 a.m.)  
 •  Fireworks go on sale today (Posted at 3:41 a.m.)  
 •  Holiday Science & Tech Fair happening this Friday (Posted at 3:28 a.m.)  
 •  Warriors adjusting to Sugar Bowl 'hype,' time change (Updated at 5:20 p.m.)  
 •  Brennan, Warriors arrive in New Orleans for Sugar Bowl (Updated at 12:38 p.m.)  
 •  Sugar Bowl tickets to be sold online, in New Orleans (Posted at 3:32 p.m.)  
 •  UH fans asked to wear white during Sugar Bowl game (Posted at 12:54 a.m.)  
 •  Free ti leaves, other items at New Orleans Marriott (Posted at 12:51 a.m.)  
 •  Sugar Bowl fan policy information (Posted at 12:49 a.m.)  
 •  Sugar Bowl parties in New Orleans for Hawaii fans (Posted at 12:47 a.m.)  
 •  Remaining Sugar Bowl tickets on sale to general public (Posted at 12:46 a.m.)  
 •  Colorado's Maiava making his point (Posted at 1:41 p.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Padres' Prior agrees to 1-year, $1M deal (Posted at 11:16 a.m.)  
 •  Boxing: South Korea's Choi in coma with brain injury (Posted at 6:59 a.m.)  
 •  CBKB: Eddie Sutton to replace Evans at San Francisco (Updated at 2:12 p.m.)  
 •  CBKB: Temple coach withdraws from UCLA consideration (Posted at 12:47 p.m.)  
 •  CBKB: Texas Tech's Knight reprimanded for comments (Posted at 8:15 a.m.)  
 •  CFB: 5 Penn State players to miss Alamo Bowl (Posted at 1:52 p.m.)  
 •  CFB: College football bowl schedule (Posted at 6:45 a.m.)  
 •  CFB: Viewer's guide to college football bowl season (Posted at 12:44 a.m.)  
 •  Cycling: Austria's Matzbacher killed in car crash (Posted at 6:37 a.m.)  
 •  Hockey: U.S., Canada open with junior world victories (Posted at 12:44 p.m.)  
 •  NFL: 49er QB Hill misses practice with back spasms (Posted at 2:03 p.m.)  
 •  NFL: Browns sign QB Dorsey to 3-year extension (Posted at 1:55 p.m.)  
 •  NFL: Will Browns put Brady Quinn in for finale? (Posted at 1:50 p.m.)  
 •  NFL: Patriots' shot at history to be shown on CBS, NBC (Posted at 12:53 p.m.)  
 •  NFL: Dolphins place CB Goodman on injured reserve (Posted at 11:14 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: Browns sign veteran DE Bobby Hamilton (Posted at 11:13 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: Knee injury ends season for Carolina's Peppers (Posted at 8:44 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: This weekend's final regular season games (Posted at 6:41 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: Trees to be planted in Ariz. to help environment (Posted at 12:57 a.m.)  
 •  NHL: Detroit's Lidstrom signs 2-year, $15M extension (Posted at 1:53 p.m.)  
 •  NHL: Boudreau named Capitals' coach (Posted at 2:13 p.m.)  
 •  Surf of 7 to 10 feet expected along east shores today (Updated at 7:28 a.m.)  
 •  Obit: Longtime LA sports broadcaster Nahan dies (Posted at 6:31 p.m.)  
 •  On the air today: Central Michigan-Purdue football (Posted at 12:42 a.m.)  
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH hoops, ASU-Texas football (Posted at 12:43 a.m.)  
 •  Horizon Lines plans 32 percent fuel surcharge (Posted at 11:55 a.m.)  
 •  Hawaii stock index rises for sixth straight session (Posted at 12:17 p.m.)  
 •  New Energy savings firm EnerTech Hawaii launches (Posted at 1:02 p.m.)  
 •  Stocks flat on disappointing holiday sales (Updated at 11:46 a.m.)  
 •  Sheraton Waikiki's RumFire to open Saturday (Posted at 1:29 p.m.)  
 •  Most of Barron Hilton's fortune to go to charity (Posted at 11:27 a.m.)  
 •  Mainland weather cancels some United flights (Posted at 11:20 a.m.)  
 •  Holiday Science & Tech Fair happening this Friday (Posted at 3:28 a.m.)  

Local News
 •  Hawaii, New Orleans have lots in common
 •  Hawaii's 'Second City' booming
 •  Hawaii to start flood-mitigation project
 •  Hawaii hotel sues insurance carrier
 •  Hawaii nonprofits get access to database
 •  Several Hawaii-based P-3C Orions grounded
 •  Endangered ducks making comeback
 •  Waikoloa Village to grow by 50%
 •  Money for final phase of affordable homes released
 •  T-Mobile seeks permit for Kualoa Ranch tower
 •  Educators from around world to attend meeting
 •  31 affordable single-family homes planned in Ma'ili
 •  Popular trailhead opens after road construction
 •  Blood drive set for Jan. 5 at Pearlridge Center
 •  16.7% sewer rate increase sought in East Honolulu
 •  $375,000 released for new portable classrooms
 •  Fire damages Pa'ia restaurant
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Hawaii's Warriors head off to bayou Photo gallery
 •  Jones says he has no interest in SMU job
 •  Siavii, Mamiya were unselfish, solid on field
 •  Verwers breaks bones in left leg
 •  Siavii, Mamiya were unselfish, solid on field
 •  Power of love carried Tokuda's Mules
 •  Football | The Honolulu Advertiser's All-State Team
 •  Merv Lopes Classic tips off today
 •  Texas' Akina not given vote of confidence
 •  Sweet win for retired school teacher
 •  Pigskin Picks
 •  Good things come in threes for Pacific hoops
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Sugar Bowl-bound Warriors a worry for BCS

Island Life
 •  Making the man
 •  Hawaiian houses? The little-grass-shack thing is over
 •  Nickelodeon may air special about sex
 •  Have a blast in your bath
 •  Celebration!
 •  Stuffed chicken is easy to prepare
 •  It's time for real punch to rise again
 •  Layered spread a festive holiday treat
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  An alternative soup for Japanese New Year
 •  New quarterly celebrates Hawaii produce
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Party pooped? Keep New Year's fun going past midnight
 •  A kid-friendly New Year's
 •  Chicken Divan with a twist

 •  Gift-card shopping's a potent retail force
 •  Decent earnings can be just a blog away
 •  Hawaii not alone when it comes to copper thefts
 •  Airlines grapple with in-flight Internet access
 •  Letting the light into 'America's attic'
 •  Oil-rich Mideast, new technology fuel airliner sales
 •  Christmas, as seen from behind a retail counter
 •  Housing bust top business story of 2007
 •  Laptops for the poor prove their worth
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Holiday sales disappointing
 •  Coming events

 •  State must play major role in artifact probes
 •  Public libraries help our democracy thrive
 •  O little town of Bethlehem
 •  Using faith as a political tool is dangerous
 •  News stories took some odd turns in 2007
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Making the man
 •  Lupe Fiasco redefines coolness
 •  Nickelodeon may air special about sex
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  University of Hawaii football