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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 12, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Jervis appears in court today after egg-toss incident
 •  Chong remembered as social-justice crusader
 •  Honolulu police seeking missing man
 •  Hawaii language access conference March 28-29
 •  Free conservation workshop on Maui for landowners
 •  Woman hiker seriously injured on Kauai
 •  Coast Guard drill today at Honolulu Harbor
 •  State has $50 million less to spend
 •  Thielen launches tree-planting project
 •  Rides, games, Easter bunny coming to Wahiawa
 •  Abercrombie wants to know if torture is a Ďmortal siní
 •  Debate on Maui transient vacation rentals continues
 •  New policy proposed for permit reservations on Maui
 •  Bring recyclable cans, get discount at Hawaiian Waters
 •  Extradition order signed for Japanese businessman
 •  Abercrombie argues against independent ethics panel
 •  Hawaii hospitals to take part today in bioterrorism drill
 •  Freeway crash reported near Tripler exit
 •  High-surf advisory posted for north, west shores
 •  Free presentation set on Hawaii landlord-tenant code
 •  Honolulu looking for youth-training program partners
 •  Lingle appoints 35 more to boards, commissions
 •  Free Hawaii divorce-law seminar set for March 25
 •  Crews sent to Royal Kunia area to extinguish car fire
 •  Crash reported at Waialae and Palolo avenues
 •  Car fire reported on Aawa Drive in West Loch Fairways
 •  Farrington lane to be closed today in Nanakuli
 •  Trade winds return, likely to bring a few showers
 •  UH Baseball: Rainbows complete sweep of UAB
 •  Season over as UH women hoops team loses
 •  Chat with UH offensive line coach at 3:30 today
 •  Golfer Daly misses pro-am, disqualified with 2 others
 •  Natasha Kai scores goal; U.S. wins soccer's Algarve Cup
 •  Baseball: Bostonís Beckett might miss trip to Japan
 •  Baseball: Yanks adviser hit by thrown ball in BP
 •  Baseball: Players, coaches ejected in Yanks-Rays game
 •  Baseball: Yankees' Pettitte scratched from start
 •  Baseball: Rays' Baldelli to start season on DL
 •  Baseball: Pitcher Paulino to be out at least a month
 •  Baseball: Boston's Beckett has stiff back
 •  CBK: NCAA selection committee faces long weekend
 •  Iditarod: Lance Mackey wins second straight title
 •  NBA: Rockets beat Hawks for 20th straight win
 •  NBA: Blazers' Roy gets better of team that drafted him
 •  NBA: Bynum 'coming along well' from knee injury
 •  NFL: Raiders agree to deal with WR Drew Carter
 •  NFL: Falcons re-sign QB Harrington after cutting him
 •  NHL: Penguins' Crosby to sit out with sore ankle
 •  Preps: Stockton AD ousted over Samoan football flap
 •  Preps: Iolani's Jamie Smith Gatorade Player of Year
 •  Skiing: Final downhill canceled, hurting Vonnís chances
 •  Tennis: Roddick will skip Olympics to prepare for US Open
 •  UH: Kids Club members can join vb team on court
 •  UH: Get free volleyball ticket with can food donation
 •  UH: Women's volleyball holds tournaments March 18, 21
 •  UH: Faculty gets 2-for-1 deal for today's baseball game
 •  On the air today: UH baseball, hoops
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH-Boise State in WAC tourney
 •  Honolulu ranks as 7th best urban area for walking
 •  MaHaLo deep sea water on menu at Claridge's Hotel
 •  Hoku Scientific selected 2007-2008 'Deal of the Year'
 •  Bush budget plan would hit Hawaii nursing home care
 •  Seminar to help businesses with marketing strategies
 •  Report: Visitor industry not harmed by smoking ban
 •  Dollar hits record low vs. euro, 12-year low vs. yen
 •  Stocks finish lower day after biggest rally in 5 years
 •  A colorful $5 bill goes into circulation tomorrow
 •  Gas prices hit new record as oil jumps to $110
 •  Tix for May 11 Boz Scaggs concert go on sale Monday
 •  'Deal or No Deal' open call at Pearlridge March 29
 •  Jon Kimura Parker gives Piano Chat on March 19
 •  'Rap's Hawaii' extended for new Sunday show
 •  Kamehameha Schools to hold 88th song contest Friday
 •  50 Cent Hawaii concert offering military discounts
 •  Nobel winner to give climate-change lecture in Hawaii
 •  'Vincent' star to give master class for actors
 •  Hawaii Public Radio's SongShop for festival entrants
 •  Hawaii 9th-grader wins community-service award
 •  'Soul and Meaning' lecture slated for March 22
 •  Chabad to hold Mexican-spiced Purim festival
 •  John Cruz to play Bishop Museum June 19
 •  Army Community Theatre announces season

Local News
 •  Students rally for air conditioned classrooms Photo gallery Video
 •  Isle schools will offer new 'super diploma'
 •  Killer won't be eligible for parole for 50 years Photo gallery
 •  Fallon resigns, cites rift over Iran
 •  Keone'ula school area may change
 •  Army ordered to step up its efforts on Makua access
 •  UH says same-sex housing in works
 •  Police seek man in elderly attack
 •  For the environment
 •  Sign-waving to urge drivers to slow down
 •  Parts of Big Isle under 'extreme fire hazard'
 •  Open house Saturday for Civil Air Patrol squad
 •  International Education Festival begins at LCC
 •  Funds released to replace 9 stand-alone cesspools
 •  Burglar stole narcotics from hospital pharmacy
 •  Benefit concert to aid The Whalesong Project
 •  Beach needles trigger medical-waste review
 •  Offer of free gas an instant hit Photo gallery Video
 •  Suit fails to stop sale of Don Ho's Lanikai home
 •  New beginning on Friday for Kahuku Medical Center
 •  Isle woman lauded for suicide-prevention work
 •  Sekiya's cleared to serve again
 •  Rev. Frank A. Chong, voice of AlohaCare
 •  Obituaries
 •  No capes, but they're still super

 •  Rainbows snuff out Blazers, 4-3 Photo gallery
 •  He's their pride and joy
 •  Pay back time for Rainbows
 •  For Hawaii, it's about suite and sweat
 •  Silva on move after settling down
 •  Souza, Gabrio top talented field
 •  Fung, Kahui excelled at positions
 •  Moanalua's Robinson two-hits Kailua, 2-0
 •  'Iolani hosts volleyball tourney
 •  Schedules
 •  No. 1 UConn women capture Big East title
 •  Escaping the desert is Inouye's goal in spring
 •  Beckett could miss games in Japan Photo gallery
 •  HPU softball wins, 7-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  Openness marked AD search

Island Life
 •  Look sharp!
 •  Contrasts apparent in candidates' memoirs
 •  'Trees' setting adds character to TV show
 •  HTY captures Rap's wit, hilariousness
 •  Honolulu in on Sanrio's limited exclusive run
 •  The tasteful truth about tomatoes Video
 •  Culinary students real winners of Hilo contest
 •  What's a budino? You Say Tomato calls it top prize
 •  Canned beans make protein-rich casserole
 •  Go gourmet with fregola pasta and asparagus
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Microwave ideas for using that vintage stir-fry sauce
 •  Clearing up some ubiquitous myths about wine
 •  Parmesan coating, gravy make chicken pop
 •  Aloha Cherry Truffle on the market
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  An easily modified sauce base

 •  Medical liability cap proposal survives
 •  Blue Hawaii founder has big plans
 •  Dole Food agrees to sell 2,000 acres on Oahu for $39 million
 •  Fed pours $200 billion into loan industries
 •  Hard times and 'crazy' gold prices create a rush
 •  Horizon matches Matson's hike
 •  Hawaii jobless rate remained steady at 3.1 percent in January
 •  Stock trading 'experts' indicted in fraud
 •  ERS effort to set up venture capital program advances
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Target buys Kapolei store land
 •  Another record gas price adds to pain at the pump

 •  Upgrading the high school diploma, again
 •  House wiretap bill can clarify security issues
 •  Quality of life in U.S. is the real recession
 •  Like it was great (totally)
 •  Senate rarely stepping stone to White House
 •  No capes, but they're still super
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  HTY captures Rap's wit, hilariousness
 •  TGI Wednesday