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MONDAY 6710 CALL 538-NEWS TO SUBSCRIBE 75C OAHU, $1 NEIGHBOR ISLANDS Q , RAINBOW BASEBALL PAGE C1 After a win against San Diego, season ends with loss to top seed Arizona State WAHINE SOFTBALL PAGE C8 Young team closes a record-breaking season and is set up well for the future Here's the dirt on composting It's easy to turn household rubbish into rich, fertile soil for houseplants and garden D1 -v. jr AFGHAN INVESTIGATION Security convoys are suspected of colluding with the Taliban A7 t jt" - 1 ! H 111 H n1 1 J.lrF-1 TTm STARADVERTISER.COM mT -" 1 fcninmiinnniiiiiiiil innimiii irn-i in ) i i iimiitii i il 'iiiiiJ' mi i nf 1 1 iin ni tmrniiiiiiMil iiimii t Iriini iln'i vl fc-iniiiipH.itiw-.mJ STAR-ADVERTISER UNITES OAHU'S 2 DAILY NEWSPAPERS local n Recktenwald top contender for chief justice The state Supreme Court associate justice would replace Ronald Moon when he retires from the bench B1 te Lobbying puts group's tax status at risk Hawaii Family Forum is among the loudest voices in the battle against civil unions B4-5 r f M Lj.A V' lV if J C K money, L&L enters busy Japanese marketplace TheBuzz: Popular local fast-food restaurant opens its first store in Shibuya B9 today The making of a domestic rtrtrlrlocc Tools and attitude .' T xVI are u;!a f'f toftes to mae staying at l :i D3 ) V". . .fe ' BY CRAIG GIMA 1' ArtTilT - ""' sf) noon ttx cornp 1 The merger of century-old rivals into today's new Honolulu Star-Advertiser should bring readers a stronger newspaper, with more muscle for PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY BRYANT FUKUTOMI BFUKUTOMISTARA0VERTISER.COM new website, But many of the reporter and columnist bylines and newspaper features should be familiar. Frank Bridgewater, editor of the Star-Advertiser, said he expects the new paper to do more enterprise and investigative reporting and to investigative reporting and a deep perspective break stories, on the state that both papers helped shape. "I think people will see more news," he said. In By joining forces, the 1 28-year-old Hono- recent years, Bridgewater said, both papers lulu Star-Bulletin and the 154-year-old Honolulu Advertiser finally have a chance to grow after having had to shrink their staffs and cut wages to stay afloat. There are changes in the look of the new paper and the have had to shrink because of the economy." More than two dozen Advertiser newsroom staffers start work this morning on their first day at the Star-Advertiser's offices in Waterfront Plaza, a short walk down South Street from the Please see Star-Advertiser, A5 MORE COVERAGE Lost?: Here's how to negotiate our new paper. A4 David Black: The owner of the new Star-Advertiser thrives on risk. A6 Tive-O' flashback: The TV show actually featured a newspaper called the Star-Advertiser. A6 A. 0 ' rf r 0 -if nation Many gulf-area judges tni Too much care have oil industry ties for too many Americans More than half of the federal judges At least one-fifth of common medical in the region where lawsuits would treatments and tests are unnecessary, be heard earn oil income A9 leading to risky side effects A1213 Q

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  1. Honolulu Star-Advertiser,
  2. 07 Jun 2010, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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