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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 12, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Water main repair complete; Farrington Highway will reopen in the morning
 •  Keaau man killed in single-car crash
 •  Man arrested for arson at Ala Moana condominium
 •  U.S. Coast Guard removes 32 tons of debris from Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
 •  East-West Center may receive $24 million
 •  Waianae Boys & Girls Club opens recording studio
 •  MLB: Late rally lifts World team to rainy Futures win
 •  NBA: No surprise: Heat tell Wade they want him to stay
 •  Defending longboard champ Monahan upset in Women's World Championship
 •  Boxing: Police accuse wife in death of boxing champ Gatti
 •  Golf: Ji birdies 72nd hole to claim Women's Open
 •  Cycling: Armstrong: This Tour 'probably not' his last
 •  Mixed martial arts: Bad boy Lesnar entertains, but UFC isn't laughing
 •  Tennis: Croatia ousts U.S. in Davis Cup quarterfinals
 •  Cycling: Armstrong stays in third as Tour leaves Pyrenees
 •  Poker: Decisions more meaningful at World Series
 •  MLB: Beckett pitches 3-hitter to end strong first half
 •  Tennis: Ram upsets third-seeded Querrey
 •  MLB: Feliz hits slam to lead Phillies past Pirates
 •  MLB: All-Stars shouldn't decide Series edge, poll says
 •  Auto racing: Dario Franchitti wins at Toronto
 •  MLB: Mets' Delgado, Reyes have encouraging workouts
 •  Auto racing: Webber wins first F1 race with German GP victory
 •  MLB: And the midseason awards go to . . .
 •  MLB: Work ethic, dedication and drive make Cardinalsí Pujols consistently great
 •  NBA: Mavericks running with a veteran lineup
 •  MLB: Toe injury will keep Broxton from All-Star Game
 •  Day 8 of the World Series of Poker main event
 •  NBA: Brandon Bass will help, but Magic still looking for backup center
 •  MLB: Giant pitcher Matt Cainís injury may cause him to miss All-Star Game
 •  NFL: Lions ready to contest for positions
 •  Cycling: Armstrong emotional with late Italian's family
 •  Tennis: Czech Republic beats Argentina 3-2 in Davis Cup
 •  MLB: Hoffman to replace Broxton on NL squad
 •  MLB: Pena replaces Pedroia on AL All-Star team
 •  Basketball: U.S. wins world junior championships
 •  On this date: 1954 ó The Major League Baseball Players Association is founded

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Local News
 •  Illegal landfill yields clues
 •  Samoan school growing
 •  Fraternity amends a 47-year mistake
 •  Tardy solar rebates on way
 •  Royals' visit a thrill for many older Japanese-Americans
 •  Separated foster siblings get to reconnect Photo gallery Video
 •  Susan Shaw's story: abandonment, abuse Photo gallery
 •  Solar program a success, with 50,000 units installed
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Obama hails Africa's promise
 •  Arroyo, Obama to meet July 30
 •  Obama, GOP spar over stimulus
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Call for troop boost likely
 •  How U.S. exploited N. Korea missile tests
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  $20,000 donated to Kapi'olani hospital
OTHER NEWS
 •  Pakistan to try 5 in attacks on Mumbai
 •  Big revelation: It's a small mouth after all
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Fraternity amends a 47-year mistake
WILLIAM COLE
 •  Navy ship grounding detailed

Sports
 •  Isles no longer sweet spot
 •  Mink's legacy extended far beyond playing field
 •  Alfa Romeo sets mark
GOLF
 •  Kerr hangs on to Women's Open lead
 •  2009 summer promotions
 •  Programs
 •  Junior Golf Programs
MARTIAL ARTS
 •  Lesnar manhandles Mir Photo gallery
BASEBALL
 •  Smoltz pitches in as Red Sox roll
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Extra time helps U.S. tie Haiti in Gold Cup, 2-2
 •  Armstrong packed into third
 •  Older the better for Martin
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Trapped through no fault of his own

Island Life
 •  Raiatea's roots Photo gallery Video
 •  Cho heads back to prime time
MUSIC
 •  Van Zandt tells aspiring rockers to study past
PETS
 •  Adoptables
 •  Hawaii's voice in New York
FASHION
 •  Young designers get creative with couture
PEOPLE
 •  DeVito full of zest at New Orleans fest
BOOKS
 •  Hawaii's best-sellers
 •  Lit beat
ART
 •  Living statues
 •  Art calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  From the HIP
'OHANA
 •  Child's sleep routine is out of whack
 •  Do you know what YOUR parent is doing on the Internet?
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  Kids are messy, but then they're not kids forever
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Ables Sayre signs for 6 more months as Bloody Mary

Business
 •  Breeding could save tuna
 •  GM faces hard road ahead
 •  Creating a will makes sense for everyone
TOURISM
 •  Impact of raising hotel tax
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Tech industry awaits Lingle's final decision on SB 199
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  When digital age was just a gleam

Opinion
 •  Matsunaga offers fresh start for District 5
COMMENTARY
 •  To build a nation
 •  Coming to terms with state's new reality
 •  The education of Sonia Sotomayor
 •  Health care issues await the sausage mill
 •  In China, unrest gets quashed quickly, firmly
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Series on Wie offered up some new insights
 •  Ilikai Hotel

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Young designers get creative with couture
MUSIC
 •  Van Zandt tells aspiring rockers to study past
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  On bison trail in Utah
 •  Flight crew goes naked to get passengers to buckle in
 •  Take the lug out of luggage and add style
 •  Holoholo
 •  Nature comes alive at California museum
 •  Travel Almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Final-day poker scramble
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Guidebook series cater to different kinds of travelers