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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 27, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  NBA: Garnett Won't Be Making It to L.A.
 •  Early tee times for Wie, Kimberly Kim
 •  Foodland events highlight Hawaii-grown products
 •  Early tee times for Wie, Kim
 •  'Bruce Springsteen Live' on Hawaii public TV tonight
 •  Golf: Woods discusses fitness routine in magazine
 •  MLB: Phils' Howard becomes fastest to hit 100 homers
 •  MLB: Clemens' streak of strikeouts ends
 •  NBA: How 2006 first-round picks fared
 •  NBA: Analyzing centers for the draft
 •  Tia Carrere in Hawaii to promote new CD
 •  Special permit approved for main Maui airport
 •  Author launches book aboard Navatek I on July 4
 •  Go! wins contract for in-Hawaii federal travel
 •  Honolulu seeks applications from nonprofits for arts grants
 •  Four Seasons Hualalai announces summer specials
 •  NBA: Opening statements made in Iverson trial
 •  Business highlights: ConAgra, Fed Reserve, Capital One
 •  MLB: Ban on signing players from China resumes
 •  Colleges: S. Carolina track stars sprint for pros
 •  Pro wrestler, wife had argued over disabled son
 •  Preps: NCAA to review text messaging legislation
 •  Kim in fourth at AJGA event, Ching tied for 16th
 •  Preps: Baldwin searching for softball coach
 •  NBA: Florida Today's mock draft
 •  MLB: Rain washes out record for 40-over pitchers
 •  MLB: Bonds on DL; no, it's Barry's bat-boy son
 •  NBA: League extends TV deals with ESPN/ABC, TNT
 •  Sailing: Swiss beat Kiwis to tie America's Cup at 2-2
 •  Golf: Woods' fatherhood improves Furyk's chances
 •  Golf: Ochoa chasing elusive first major
 •  Aylward named general manager of Honolulu Club
 •  Preps: Rules review class for football officials on July 2
 •  Free workshop set July 9 on pension law compliance
 •  S.F. rave innovator Garth spins at 39hotel Saturday
 •  NFL: Court to allow pat-down searches at Bucs games
 •  Wimbledon: Williams, Roddick, Henin move on
 •  Popular off-the-rack designer Liz Claiborne dies
 •  Little Kitchens event postponed until fall
 •  Hilo-based program to join Child and Family Services
 •  Lutheran church to hold patriotic July Fourth event
 •  Jikoen Hongwanji Mission to hold variety show
 •  Auto fire reported on Farrington Highway
 •  Keeaumoku L&L offers 76-cent plate lunches today
 •  NBA: Sonics won't hire coach yet; Ridnour on block
 •  NBA: New trade talks involve Garnett going to Suns
 •  NBA: Analyzing power forwards in the draft
 •  NBA: Analyzing the small forwards for the draft
 •  NBA: Analyzing shooting guards for the draft
 •  NBA: Rating the point guards in tomorrow's draft
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On air tomorrow: NBA draft, U.S. Women's Open golf
 •  On the air today: Baseball, NBA draft preview
 •  Brushfire closes Maui highway; 300 stranded
 •  Police seeking Kona home-invasion robbery suspect
 •  Man's body found at Larsen's Beach on Kauai
 •  Kilauea lava outbreak starts brushfire
 •  Oahu's North Shore wilderness will be preserved
 •  Felon held in Honolulu on federal firearms charges
 •  Honolulu judge frees ex-soap opera star from prison
 •  No Hawaii tsunami threat from S. Pacific quake
 •  Agencies respond to mock Hawaii anthrax attack
 •  Maui authorities ID motorcyclist killed in crash
 •  Makakilo couple killed in Alaska motor home crash
 •  Magoo's Pizza to serve last beer on Friday
 •  Kamehameha Schools picks up Varsity Theatre site
 •  Memorial service set for philanthropist Paul C.T. Loo
 •  Search under way for snakes in Kauai's Hanalei River
 •  Big Island man sought in negligent homicide case
 •  Ex-guard in American Samoa admits inmate abuse
 •  Neighbor pulls woman from house fire in Makakilo
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Tonga joins WTO in effort to boost economy
 •  HIV screenings today part of 11th national 'Testing Day'
 •  Government offices, some services closed July Fourth
 •  Kalihi neighborhood cleanup slated for Pua Lane
 •  Board of Education assembling charter school panel
 •  OHA gives Hawaiian newspaper project 80K grant
 •  'Significant' swell a day away for Hawaii surfers
 •  Permit approved for $18M project at Kahului Airport
 •  JPAC team finds two possible sites for Iwo Jima Marine
 •  Hearing set for rules on ballast water management
 •  Waikiki ranked No. 13 for Fourth of July destinations
 •  DUI arrests up 13 percent on Big Island
 •  Panya's anniversary party today a benefit for Shriners
 •  Meet author, join marrow registry today at Borders
 •  Today's events: zoo concert, 'Working' musical
 •  New British prime minister takes over
 •  Fighter pilot's body recovered in ocean by Coast Guard
 •  Stocks rally after wobbly trading; Fed results awaited
 •  Expect breezy trade winds through week
 •  Demand for big ticket goods takes big drop
 •  Iran leader says it will support Iraq, resist U.S.
 •  Free meals served at 12 Hawaii schools this summer
 •  UH helps Busan with disaster-management plan
 •  Pro wrestler said he'd be late because family was ill

Local News
 •  Starwood courting resort on Oahu Video
 •  Hawaiian Electric to hold talks on biofuel
 •  Hawaii museum restoration progressing Photo gallery
 •  Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann orders dump scale replaced
 •  Hawaii Island lava flow damage to be 'bombed' with water
 •  Kids getting mechanical at the mall
 •  Keiki Day will feature De Lima
 •  MCC's Allen wins award
 •  How to keep baby healthy
 •  Valley moon walk, hike set
 •  Riddle stories for age 5 and up
 •  Road repaving to cause delays
 •  Sustainability to be discussed
 •  Airport adding security lane
 •  Hawaii Gov. Linda Lingle signs tax breaks with reservations
 •  Oahu soldier's world travel with Army ends in Iraq
 •  Maui High grads place 10th in national auto-skills finals
 •  Honolulu middle-schoolers address scientists on marine trash Video
 •  Maui High grads place 10th in national auto-skills finals
 •  Man, 62, indicted in wife's slaying
 •  Obituaries
 •  Oahu fisherman's boat is sinking in debt

 •  Hawaii pro baskeball team hires Alika Smith
 •  Youth movement at U.S. Open Photo gallery
 •  Lojeski knows draft is long shot
 •  Aina named Damien athletic director
 •  U.S. women earn spot in Grand Prix
 •  Shortstop Shima to play for Fullerton
 •  Youth teams hope to kick it up a notch here in 2008
 •  Irons gains semifinals of surf meet in Chile
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Kobe lives on another planet

Island Life
 •  In Hawaii, school's out, but fun reading is on
 •  Ya gotta love the bad boys on TV
 •  Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus debuts children's tale
 •  Stars shine in honor of Simon
 •  Win a spa treatment
 •  Prepping is key for a successful campfire cookout
 •  Think outside the tent for your campfire meals
 •  It's time to vote for your favorite Hawaii restaurant
 •  Lime-bar tastiness with way less fat
 •  4-day fete celebrates food, wine on Maui
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Baked meringue, fruit in pas de deux
 •  Island-hop to Lana'i for the Pineapple Festival
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Bon dance calendar
 •  Treat good friends to Harriet's Potatoes

 •  Island Manapua in Honolulu sold
 •  Hawaii tourism executive, civic leader Ron Wright dies
 •  Hawaii Stevedores purchase by Horizon Lines closes
 •  Making car wash a destination
 •  Many remaining upbeat despite recent slowdown
 •  Cold storage is a hot prospect as American startup expands to Europe
 •  Fed not yet ready to lower interest rates
 •  iPhone's assets outshine flaws
 •  Former HMSA executive to lead Damien school
 •  Holasek takes over as NovaSol chief
 •  Hoku Scientific stock price up

 •  Lingle should sign bill on pedestrian safety
 •  Electoral process exacerbates the extremes
 •  Whatever they're called now, libraries are still temples of freedom
 •  On family, friends and reaching out
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Stars shine in honor of Simon
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Michelle Wie's U.S. Open practice round
 •  Bishop Museum Hawaiian Hall restoration
 •  Greg's pix