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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 1, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Kaneohe captures Koa Kai Regatta crown
 •  Moribe captures bodyboarding contest
 •  NHL: Busy day for free agent signings
 •  Victorino homers in Phillies' victory over Mets
 •  Autos: Doornbos' Champ Car win controversial
 •  Autos: Hamlin claims Nextel Cup victory
 •  MLB: Narron fired as manager of Cincinnati Reds
 •  Golf: Kerr wins first major at U.S. Women's Open
 •  Golf: Bateman captures PGA's Buick Open
 •  NBA: Nets, Carter reach agreement on new contract
 •  NBA: Bobcats' trade delivers a scorer, playoff chance
 •  Running: Salazar remains hospitalized after collapse
 •  NBA: Durant unveiled to fans as man to 'save Sonics'
 •  MLB: Ankiel could get back to majors as outfielder
 •  Hockey: Briere signs 8-year $52M deal with Flyers
 •  MLB: Bonds says he doesn't fear for his safety
 •  MLB: Yankee 'fireman' Proctor burns gear on field
 •  Golf: Nielsen gets first Champions Tour victory
 •  Kurt Suzuki helps A's beat slumping Yankees
 •  MLB: Mariners' manager Hargrove resigns
 •  Golf: Storm captures European Tour's French Open
 •  Hockey: Wild trade goalie Fernandez to Bruins
 •  Hockey: Sharks sign Thornton to 3-year extension
 •  On the air tomorrow: Wimbledon, baseball
 •  On the air today: U.S. Women's Open golf
 •  MLB: Tigers acquire Capellan from Brewers
 •  MLB: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Boxing: Japan's Sakata captures WBA flyweight title
 •  Tennis: Federer advances as Haas withdraws
 •  Sailing: Light wind postpones America's Cup
 •  Autos: Raikkonen captures French Grand Prix
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters still in it at wet Wimbledon
 •  Golf: Kerr leads U.S. Women's Open
 •  Surfboard to help monitor surf site bacteria levels
 •  Hokulea back home from 5-month voyage
 •  Firefighters mop up Kauai brushfire's remaining hot spots
 •  Waikoloa brushfire has burned 6,000 acres on Big Island
 •  Power restored after car hits utility pole on Wilder Avenue
 •  Police investigating sex assault on girl, 13
 •  Man suffers head injury in Kona diving accident
 •  Waimalu man charged with assault, threatening
 •  Police investigating head injuries to infant
 •  Cabbie charged with trying to run over customer
 •  Kapolei man charged with luring child online
 •  Aiea builder gets $10M wharf repair contract at Pearl Harbor
 •  Maui Pineapple cannery closure marks end of an era
 •  City employees credit union gets a new name
 •  Crash reported on Farrington Highway in Maili
 •  Car fire reported on Ala Hema Street in Waianae
 •  MLB: Bonds elected an All-Star starter
 •  Maui brushfire 100% contained as of Saturday afternoon
 •  Ex-49ers Sapolu, Wright in celebrity cook-off
 •  Crash reported on H-2 north near Ka Uka off-ramp
 •  'BayFest' to cap off the day with fireworks display
 •  Fire officials issue reminder on fireworks use laws
 •  Fireworks permits still available on Kauai
 •  UH offering free termite information seminars
 •  Lingle releases $384,000 for improvements to libraries
 •  Governor OKs bond issuance for solar project
 •  Construction work to slow traffic on Nimitz Highway
 •  Trade winds likely to increase by middle of the week
 •  High surf advisory remains for south-facing shores
 •  Sports today: Hawaii Collegiate Baseball, paddling

Local News
 •  Hawaii Superferry sails into Honolulu Harbor Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii teachers union high in lobby spending
 •  Wounded warriors recovering together Video
 •  Hawaii medical center to end in-home service
 •  Maui water, sewage rates up
 •  How they voted
 •  Elevator at housing project repaired
 •  Hiring of liaison divides City Council
 •  Stewards of Oahu marine preserve vigilant
 •  Advertiser sweeps 8 categories in Island journalism awards
 •  S. Korean president to stop in town Thursday
 •  Man, 75, dies while kayaking
 •  Newspaper exec Michael Lemke, 53
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lingle lightens her load

 •  Hawaii's legendary Tatsuno to enter Hall Photo gallery
 •  'The Franchise' drew the fans to UH baseball Photo gallery
 •  Wie pulls out again
 •  Boras pitching 9-game World Series
 •  Kuehus on road back with a busy summer
 •  Smith in post made 'Iolani hard to beat
 •  Roosevelt could count on Rodrigues
 •  Freshman Byrd big boost for Radford
 •  Sacred Hearts got a boost from Bayne
 •  Sato led McKinley to conference title
 •  All stars
 •  Time for Wie, family to take new direction
 •  Longboard win a windfall for DeSoto, family
 •  29th Hawaiian Islands Bodybuilding and Figure Championships
 •  Sperling, Millar take top honors at show Photo gallery
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Flowering trees of summer color Hawaii
 •  'Heart' stirs race debate yet again
 •  Living in small place can be big challenge
 •  A blissful concert for McCartney, fans
 •  Monster reception for 'Transformers'
 •  Foreign brides bring change to rural Korea
 •  New laws better protect our animals
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Great summer reads for children
 •  What I'm reading: Jim Dator
 •  Hawaii best-sellers
 •  Living in small place can be big challenge
 •  Art calendar
 •  Exploring the greatness of art
 •  City Hall offering grants of up to $5,000 for new art creations
 •  Swimsuit tips for real women
 •  Go tubeless
 •  Hippy hippy shake
 •  Mom of the week
 •  Watching the kids win is half the fun
 •  What makes a marriage last?
 •  Tot's dance class too intense for Mom
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Reunions
 •  Birth announcements
 •  Tryouts calendar

 •  Hawaii's Kau coffee joins ranks of elite Video
 •  So many gamers, not enough Wiis
 •  Industry eyes, ears on Apple's iPhone
 •  Hawaii Status Report
 •  Ranking our planet's most expensive cities
 •  Taking the bouquet business big time
 •  Prime Japanese cattle graze in Texas

 •  Gov. Lingle should let sustainability efforts reach fruition
 •  The buzz on bees
 •  Public schools taught him well
 •  Exciting times for Hawaii scientists
 •  S. Korea takes pride in navy buildup
 •  Feel liberated inside the libraries of bullied nation
 •  Oahu transportation heading in right direction
 •  Ho Henry's death covered fairly
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Monster reception for 'Transformers'
 •  Foreign brides bring change to rural Korea
 •  A blissful concert for McCartney, fans
 •  TGI Sunday

 •  Louisiana's lure catches attention
 •  Bay lures visitors with promise of wicked waves
 •  Only the strongest survive the Tour of Colombia
 •  Holy Toledo! It's a city worth seeing
 •  Holoholo
 •  'Diana: a Princess remembered'
 •  Let's go: Hawaii and the world
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Binion's sold for $32M this time

Photo galleries
 •  Kawainui Marsh bill signing ceremony
 •  Flavor of Honolulu
 •  Hawaii Superferry arrival
 •  America's Cup
 •  Former UH pitching great, Derek Tatsuno
 •  Hawaiian Islands Bodybuilding Championship