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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 17, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Maui soldier dies in Iraq
 •  Zuttermeister big Hoku winner
 •  Tour plane carrying three missing over Big Island
 •  Hawaii recycler agrees to $20,000 fine for violations
 •  No tsunami threat after 3.7 quake hits Big Island
 •  Polanski scandal's mom, daughter have healed on Kauai
 •  Cyclist killed in Kaneohe crash
 •  Maui developer plans new environmental study for housing project
 •  Alleged drug debt sparks Kaneohe confrontation
 •  Kauai shrimp farm under quarantine
 •  U.S. senators meet with Japanese counterparts
 •  Crash reported at Kahekili, Likelike highways
 •  Pali tree-trimming, lane closures begin
 •  Teens in stable condition after Kalihi stabbing
 •  Maui Film Festival winners announced
 •  Former dean establishes $50K scholarship
 •  TheBoat cancels two morning sailings
 •  Car fire reported on H-2 north near Mililani exits
 •  Record low temperature mark tied in Hilo
 •  Lanai panel to be briefed on aquaculture plan
 •  Stocks mixed on oil rebound, solid Goldman results
 •  1st Chinese traveling to US under new pact
 •  Surf: Large south swell is on the wane
 •  Weather: Trades due to make a return tomorrow
 •  New Arizona Memorial receives $1M
 •  March to honor latest domestic violence victim
 •  Tuesday's Far West Regional soccer results
 •  Celtics claim NBA title
 •  Garnett shows Lakers what they missed by not obtaining him
 •  Not enough Kobe, not enough help for Lakers
 •  Celtics add to their glorious history
 •  Wie, with inspiration from a Celtic, is on a rebound
 •  Five Isle golfers advance in U.S. Women's Public Links
 •  Baseball: Why Mets fired manager Willie Randolph
 •  Preps: Four state champs share MIL track and field honors
 •  No logo underwear for Ohio State just yet
 •  College baseball: Fresno State beats North Carolina in CWS
 •  Olympics: US men's hoops team will be named Monday
 •  Soccer: US women beat Brazil 1-0
 •  NFL: Police say cash taken from Javon Walker in robbery
 •  Celtics expect Allen to play in Game 6
 •  Lakers back in Boston, but will it be a wasted trip?
 •  Soccer: Italy advances to quarterfinals
 •  Soccer: Netherlands eliminates Romania 2-0
 •  NBA: Beasley makes his case to Bulls
 •  Baseball: Red Sox place Colon on DL
 •  Baseball: Dodgers put Penny on DL
 •  Baseball: White Sox put first baseman on DL
 •  NFL: Falcons release safety Williams
 •  Baseball: Griffey sick, out of lineup on night he’s honored
 •  College baseball: LSU says alive, ousts Rice
 •  Baseball: Indians sign 3B Ensberg to minor league deal
 •  NFL: Disgruntled Simms a no-show for Bucs minicamp
 •  NFL: TO missing as Cowboys start mandatory minicamp
 •  Baseball: Matsuzaka pitches 5 solid innings in rehab start
 •  Olympics: No decision on Yao comeback
 •  Soccer: SMU coach leaves for pros
 •  Olympics: Torch arrives in China’s west
 •  On the air today: Celtics-Lakers, College World Series
 •  On the air tomorrow: College World Series, soccer
 •  Statewide guava production plunges 81% in 2007
 •  Judge delays auction of Aloha Airline's go! lawsuit
 •  Cement shipments to Hawaii down 4.8% in April
 •  Disney names VP for planned Ko Olina Vacation Club
 •  Prices news pushes stocks lower
 •  Shinto shrine plans rejuvenation ritual
 •  Surfing etiquette to be discussed Thursday
 •  Buddhist Academy sets Dharma Circle series
 •  Contemplative Outreach plans 8-day silent retreat
 •  2009 to be a big year for Honpa Hongwanji
 •  Bus-stop sleeping ban offers no solution

Local News
 •  Bus stop bill bans sleeping
 •  Countdown to 6-month detour Photo gallery Video
 •  Aloha's lawsuit against go! up for auction today
 •  Mokule'ia campers rousted Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii U.S. reps disclose finances
 •  Hawaii helpers bound for Beijing
 •  Complaints lead to work suspension
 •  Teens say recruiter duped them
 •  Navy unveils 10-home solar electricity system
 •  Memorial garden blossoms on Maui
 •  Kauai mayor healing nicely
 •  Bodies found off Kauai identified
 •  Memorial garden blossoms on Maui
 •  Christmas Wish seeks summer camp donations
 •  Night closures continue on H-1 in Waipahu area
 •  Roving lane closures to continue on Kunia Road
 •  Kaimuki Orchid Society's show runs from July 18-20
 •  Debbie Wright named vice president at BYUH
 •  International Surfing Day cleanup set for Saturday
 •  Army Strings Quartet performs for free tonight
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Lesson learned in Hawaii Rush loss Photo gallery
 •  Celtics hope to end things in Game 6
 •  Miami eliminates Florida State, 7-5
 •  Phillies dump Red Sox
 •  Kim tied for 8th at women's Publinx
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Good time to light up Lakers

Island Life
 •  Looking at the big picture
 •  'America's Got Talent' back for third season
 •  Empty nest not exactly as expected
 •  Buying one big bag cuts down on waste
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Florida theme parks load up on new attractions
 •  Sea Life Park site of Mariah Carey video

 •  Matson union gives authorization to strike
 •  Companies hope to surf into profit
 •  Labor-contractor group's leader says illegal workers stealing jobs
 •  20-year master plan would turn airport in Kona into a showpiece
 •  Her baking at home led to success in business
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Career in bird suit is one big sunny day
 •  Retail gas hits record high as oil futures swing wildly
 •  FCC chair backs satellite radio merger
 •  Cities step in to help residents facing foreclosure
 •  Kauai farm's shrimp quarantined
 •  Fewer use of checks frees up office space
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Feds' angler registry makes sense for Isles
 •  U.S. Senate should pass green-energy bill
 •  Bush administration blacklists usual suspects
 •  21st century Europe sliding into irrelevance
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday