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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 1, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Michigan edges Hawaii in tennis
 •  Utah State upsets WAC's top team, No. 10 Nevada
 •  Tambini leds Rainbow Wahine to 8th hoop win in row
 •  UH's Grice may miss final two games of regular season
 •  Surfing stars Slater, Irons lose but not eliminated
 •  UH's Mackey qualifies for NCAA women's swimming
 •  UH diver wins regional, qualifies for NCAA
 •  Hilo softball series changes venue
 •  Today's UH-Hilo vs. Patten baseball games postponed
 •  Hawai'i loses 73% of guava output with farm's closure
 •  Wi leads Honda Classic by one shot
 •  Matson joins with J.B Hunt to streamline China service
 •  Consumer Credit Counseling Service wins grant
 •  Hawai'i unit boosts Macquarie Infrastructure's profits
 •  Cost-U-Less nationwide sales up 3% in February
 •  Hawaiian Tel sells $5 corded phones to help Red Cross (news release)
 •  United Nation's kids' art project at Kahala Mall Saturday
 •  Right-hander Cain, Giants agree on four-year contract
 •  Laura Bush to visit Midway Atoll today
 •  Defensive lineman Young will return to 49ers
 •  Tesoro offers promotion to benefit Special Olympics (news release)
 •  Planned Kapolei community center gets $100K pledge
 •  DreamWorks designer to speak about animation work
 •  Brass quintet to perform Bach fugue, Broadway tunes
 •  St. Paddy's Day block party braces for throngs
 •  Yonamine to take part in baseball seminar
 •  Men's WAC basketball tourney seeds to be set Saturday
 •  Youth baseball teams can join 'Bows on the field
 •  UH alumni can get 2 for 1 tickets at men's hoops game
 •  Surf clinic set for Sunday
 •  On Air Friday: UH vs. Chicago State baseball
 •  On Air Thursday: UH vs. Idaho men's basketball
 •  Sports Friday: State paddling, wrestling championships
 •  Daniel Jones convicted on two sex assault charges
 •  Hot-shooting Hawaii buries Idaho in men's basketball
 •  Vandals strike Makiki library amid repairs
 •  Baseball 'Bows blast Chicago State, 20-1
 •  Lightning damage affects Kaua'i power supply
 •  UH beats Kent State, loses to Oregon in softball
 •  Tambini leads UH women to 8th hoop win in a row
 •  Man, 83, accused of stabbing wife at least 100 times
 •  Lorenzo sentenced to up to 30 years for drug offenses
 •  State elections commission names interim chief officer
 •  Mililani schools plan wellness fair
 •  Microtunneling resumes in Waikiki
 •  Taiko performance Saturday at Ala Moana
 •  Restaurant marks opening with benefit
 •  Help sought to open shelter in Manoa
 •  Study finds financial gains tied to lifting marijuana ban
 •  Waikiki Shell to be tented today for fumigation
 •  Firefighters extinguish Makaha Valley brushfire
 •  Hawaii State Farm customers to share in $13M payout
 •  Hawai'i's voyaging canoe crews get Pohnpei welcome
 •  First Lady Laura Bush today touring Midway Atoll area
 •  Debris-clogged Kaua'i ponds post high bacteria counts
 •  Students heading to City Hall for 'Green Eggs and Ham'
 •  Four schools take 'Wizards' honors in academic meet
 •  Tour of watercress farm scheduled
 •  Husband arrested in knifepoint-threat incident in car
 •  Pidgin practitioner to address HPU writing workshop
 •  Police Beat: Woman arrested in ID theft case
 •  Showers favoring windward, mauka areas
 •  2 O'ahu students win Gates Cambridge Scholarships
 •  Kailua church fire damage set at $50,000
 •  UH research spending yields modest returns: Report
 •  Wall Street, foreign markets close lower
 •  McCain returns to Letterman to announce candidacy
 •  Big Island man killed in car accident identified
 •  Late Advertiser columnist honored in outreach series
 •  UH career fair features employers here and abroad
 •  Best surf on eastern shores until swell arrives Sunday
 •  Free workshops on coastal land use offered
 •  Utilities increase meeting on Moloka'i
 •  Onsite redemption bill up for vote
 •  Blood drives at Manoa Marketplace, HPU
 •  Fee hikes for recreational boaters kick in today
 •  Warning sirens to be tested statewide today
 •  'Bows' next foe, Boise State, loses to Fresno at buzzer
 •  Low held to two as WSU falls to No. 2 UCLA
 •  RE/MAX International buys back its Hawai'i franchise
 •  Hawai'i not affected by Longs' closures on Mainland
 •  DTRIC program cuts deductibles for claim-free drivers
 •  Leeward, Central area H-1 traffic slowed by stalled bus
 •  Sports Thursday: UH baseball, men's basketball
 •  Nimitz-Ala Moana resurfacing this week
 •  Speed and Quickness Clinic to start on March 17

Local News
 •  Mayor's proposed budget offers tradeoff
 •  Teachers' workday averages 15.5 hours
 •  In Ma'ili, homeless told to move on
 •  Childcare system in Isles better than most
 •  Man charged in backhoe theft
 •  Wow, lau lau: Masu's no more Photo gallery Video
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  YMCA brings mill site back to life
 •  Drug education funds offered
 •  Workshop on college planning
 •  Audubon offers camp for kids
 •  Environmental activist honored
 •  B&Bs, rentals to be supported
 •  Market to hold grand opening
 •  Shotgun victim was from Puna
 •  Panel hosts free miconia lecture
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Election chief won't seek reappointment
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Marine killed in Iraq was driven
 •  Lt. Watada's court-martial scheduled to begin July 16
EDUCATION
 •  $10,000 contest: energy savings
 •  Keeping students healthier
 •  Punahou has come long way from missionary-school roots
 •  La Pietra students going to Italy
 •  Children who are read to perform better in school
POLICE
 •  Woman arrested in alleged ID theft, credit card scheme
POLICE BEAT
 •  Man dies after fall from building
OTHER NEWS
 •  Shelter to instill 'self-sufficiency'
 •  For Hokule'a, it's Pohnpei today and ice cream
 •  Book 'em again, Danno on DVD
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Runaway sprinklers repaired
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Glanville takes Portland State job
 •  Payback time for Hawai'i
 •  'Bows hit more than they miss
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Reinebold in line for defense
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine visit Vandals today
UH SPORTS
 •  Onosai, Nagatani, 1955 football team to be feted
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Derby football coach at Damien
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  No pain, no gain, say Owls
 •  Punahou senior endures growing pains
GOLF REPORT
 •  Park, Pressel making presence felt on LPGA
 •  Feeling comfortable as season moves along
 •  Els' new course, Hoakalei, chooses salt-tolerant grass
 •  Golf notices
 •  Holes in One
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  His time here was short, but his impact will linger

Island Life
 •  Upstanding athlete Video
 •  Mixing meds can sicken or kill you
 •  Balance is at core of paddling workout
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  New ways to get facts on food
PRESCRIPTIONS
 •  Genetically modified food not labeled in U.S.
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Reduce risk of falling
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Pitchford releases latest composition: a novel

Business
 •  High-end homes on Oahu languishing
 •  Many Hawai'i taxpayers overlook phone refund
 •  Mixed martial arts grabbing PPV
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Try to hang a little art in your investment landscape
 •  Most of us have no emergency fund
 •  IRS cracking down on phone-tax refund fraud
TAXES
 •  Do you qualify for hybrid tax credit?
STOCK MARKET
 •  Market carnage good in long run
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Japanese dominate auto ratings
 •  State worker pharmacy benefits not affected
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Fewer fly go! in January

Opinion
 •  Leaders owe public vote on civil unions
 •  Resources needed to solve housing crisis
COMMENTARY
 •  Iraq war recalls other U.S. controversies
 •  Fix climate change, for sake of our children
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday