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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 13, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Raptors returning to Hickam
 •  Environmental lecture series set for Maui
 •  Chargers receive permission to interview four
 •  Talent on LPGA Tour runs deep as ever
 •  'Girls who Surf' lessons available for boys or girls
 •  Keali'i Reichel's 'Kawaipunahele' goes gold
 •  Lois-Ann Yamanaka to appear at Saturday's literary fest
 •  ResortQuest reports 1.1% drop in 4th-quarter revenue
 •  Webb riding a big wave as LPGA Tour season begins
 •  On the air tomorrow: OIA hoop playoffs, UH volleyball
 •  Tiki Barber joins NBC's "Today" Show
 •  Sacs in the City auction and fashion lunch set for April 7
 •  Big Island resort offers 'Lava Love' spa package
 •  Calif. surfwear firm pays $4.2M for North Shore home
 •  Feng shui workshops raise $11K for rehab hospital
 •  2 Illinois hoop players injured in single-car accident
 •  UH alumni, faculty get ticket deal for women's hoops
 •  On the air today: hoops and hockey
 •  Mardi Gras menu set for Tuesday
 •  Church stages drama about Christianity in the Isles
 •  Fujikawa tees off 12:20 p.m. tomorrow in SBS pro-am
 •  Air Force's Raptors returning to Hickam
 •  Thompson player ruled ineligible; playoff win forfeited
 •  Fewer schools expected to offer summer courses
 •  Memorial services set for Sunday for slain deputy
 •  Autopsy, services set for Punahou's Johnson
 •  Beth McLachlin in 'high spirits' after breaking vertebra
 •  Toddler in stable condition after drowning report
 •  HPU writing workshop to feature pidgin practitioner
 •  Maui County to build two water tanks in Ha'iku
 •  Nonprofit wants to own more affordable housing here
 •  Police Beat: Girl arrested in tie to auto theft incident
 •  Woman, 69, struck as she crosses street in Kaka'ako
 •  Woman rear-ends fellow moped rider in Kapahulu
 •  Superferry president fields questions on The Hot Seat
 •  Hawai'i Public Radio to air 'Homeless Marathon'
 •  Movie openings include 'Ghost Rider,' 'Factory Girl'
 •  Safety board calls for tougher Hawai'i air-tour rules
 •  More sunny days ahead in Islands until later in week
 •  Wahiawa, Lihu'e students named state's top volunteers
 •  Lawmakers today weigh GPS tracking for sex offenders
 •  Surf on North Shore drops; new swell coming Thursday
 •  Candidates for UH chancellor's post slated for visits
 •  'Hawaii Island's Most Wanted' debuts Friday on Oceanic
 •  Noted historian coming to UH
 •  Man charged with threatening, abusing wife
 •  Outrigger Regency on Beachwalk to open Friday
 •  China seeking Wie-type athlete to spur sport of golfing
 •  Hawai'i gas price 64 cents above national average
 •  Lower petroleum prices pressure Barnwell earnings
 •  Lanes will be closed along H-3
 •  Irish coach Weis claims malpractice in obesity surgery
 •  Valentine ticket deal tomorrow for UH-USC match

Local News
 •  More pedestrians hit three in one day
 •  Murder suspect got rehab, not jail, in '06 Video
 •  Punahou teacher's death jolts expedition
 •  Bills seek stronger workforce
 •  Solar water bill shows pitfalls of legislative process
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Partnership will plan clean-energy strategy
COURTS
 •  Car crash victim's father assaults driver
FIRE
 •  Blaze does $15,000 in damage to church Video
HEALTH
 •  Dog helps lift patients' spirits Video
BIG ISLAND
 •  Big Isle crash victim was Austrian woman
OTHER NEWS
 •  Niu Valley sewer line work will begin today
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Man punched, critically injured
OBITUARIES
 •  Robin Cho, Advertiser pressman
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Late miscues sink UH in loss to Aggies
 •  Hawai'i sumo champion still a big hit
 •  2007 UH football schedule nearly set
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  Hakala out as hitter for at least 10 days
UH BASEBALL
 •  'Dirty' job nets WAC award for UH hurler
UH SOFTBALL
 •  WAC honors Tausaga, Smethurst
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  Kaua'i, Kamehameha-Maui clinch state basketball berths
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Boys basketball standings, schedules
 •  New teams give title quest hint of mystery to boot
 •  Advertiser basketball poll
ISLE FILE
 •  Arizona 16-year-old qualifies for SBS Open
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  'Bows shot themselves in the foot

Island Life
 •  Survival is just the beginning
 •  Jasper Johns exhibit reveals rare genius in Western art
 •  Bishop Museum seeks volunteers
MOVIES
 •  Hollywood's stars getting spruced up before Oscars
PARENTING
 •  Playing in room after tuck-in can be OK
CHRISTIE WILSON
 •  It began with a betrayal
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Improvising love
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Nievera set to kick off daily shows in Vegas

Business
 •  Islands to space at $250,000 per ride
 •  ERS cautious on Lingle proposal
 •  Islands' pineapple output continues rapid decline
 •  Foreclose rate for Isles up sharply
AIRLINES
 •  Hawaiian appoints operations executive
TECHNOLOGY
 •  A trillion calculations per second? Yep, and it's tiny
 •  Earn extra money with Net photos
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Recession indicator may be a false omen
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Chrysler workers fearing the worst
 •  Your tax refund has more avenues
 •  ERS assets increase $511 million
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Kahala Hotel workers ratify

Opinion
 •  Let's replace, not fix, creaky Aloha Stadium
 •  UH-Manoa must not abandon dorm project
COMMENTARY
 •  Congress is not sure what to do in Iraq
 •  Gifted young minds also must be nurtured
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Hollywood's stars getting spruced up before Oscars
 •  TGI Tuesday