Honolulu Star-Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on August 9, 2014 · A1
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · A1

Honolulu, Hawaii
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Saturday, August 9, 2014
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NOW, GO VOTE! Polls for the primary election open at 7 a.m. today, local $1 OAHU, $1.25 NEIGHBOR ISLANDS SATURDAY 891 4 tarTadoertiscr DOUBLE TROUBLE LUCKY BRE V AK CRAIG T. KOJIMA CKOJIMASTARADVERTISER.COM A road crew cleared a tree that fell on H-l near the Aala Street overpass Friday morning. Below, a bodyboarder was among those taking advantage of storm-driven surf at Sandy Beach Park on Friday as the first tropical storm to hit Hawaii in 22 years passed by the islands. ISELLE Cleanup and damage assessments are underway as relief sets in after the storm By Timothy Hurley thurleystaradvertiser.com After delivering a nasty blow to Hawaii island, the first tropical cyclone to hit the state in 22 years limped off to the west Friday evening, but not before taking a few shots at the rest of the island chain. Tropical Storm Iselle brought strong wind and rain to some parts of the smaller islands, knocking down trees and power lines and closing a few roads. Thousands lost power across the state. As Iselle headed west as a weak tropical storm, Julio was approaching from the east in the form of a powerful hurricane expected to weaken and pass 200 miles north of the islands starting Sunday. But forecasters warned that conditions could change and send it toward Please see ISELLE, A 6 JULIO Vigilance is urged even while the diminishing storm steers north of the isles By Timothy Hurley thurleystaradvertiser.com Julio was downgraded to a Category 2 hurricane Friday and was expected to show further weakening as it follows a northerly path that could leave Hawaii free of its potentially destructive impacts. But officials continued to stress Friday that it's too early to tell Julio's effect on the state. The storm Friday night was more than 600 miles east of Hilo traveling at 16 mph in a north-by-northwest direction with hurricane-force winds blasting outward up to 35 miles and tropical storm-force winds outward up to 115 miles. Julio's maximum sustained winds Friday night were near 100 mph with stronger gusts, according to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center in Honolulu. Models show Julio being undercut by upper-level wind shear and downgraded to a Category 1 hurricane Saturday morning, then maintaining its hurricane status as it Please see JULIO, A9 Hawaii County assesses: Big Island apparently spared major damage. A8 Back to the stores: Retailers brace for flood of emergency-supply returns. A9 Flying again: Flights resume after two days of cancellations. B5 Dollar impact: Storms' economic damage expected to be minimal. B5 5BfcMiSSfc MARCO GARCIA ASSOCIATED PRESS LOCAL BLOOD BANK OF HAWAII APPEALS FOR DONORS Turnout declined over past week as isle residents prepared for storms Bl SPORTS WORLD UH FOOTBALL PLAYERS RUN THEIR OWN PRACTICE Coaches aren't allowed to work due to a shutdown of the Manoa campus CI U.S. LAUNCHES AIRSTRIKES AGAINST IRAQ MILITANTS Attacks seek to halt advance on Kurdish capital Irbil, home to thousands of Americans A3 Building a BetterBEZSZI Oomei omiiim.,... andlfindl IIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, luinjiiiiiiniiiiiiiiin HAWAII'S FORD DEALERSHIP! 2014 FORD LEASE FOR JMI fyMPfXI S ' m W '""-to mien: ffiWgJyJ 3r BBSSBjB " shown all factory f g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g requirements 5or may Be avail, only to certain QLHIHHRIkjKV . or may not he comrjinahle on specific vehicles. Not . 1 "?WWgliy X mm 1 all buyers will qualify. Must finance with Ford Motor v r J' xLflHH financing & standard Vehicle may I fcBBBB AVftVftvJftVftVftVftVftVftHSU Be exactly as shown issubectto Vehicle WBBJMtlMBBK IBB on zone IKBUGM&iWMwF sales ,or new vehice 1 StSK'S'KI sales ,rom Motor , : ' I1' mmmmmm BHWFX BBMMMBBBhjjl lease thru Ford Motor Credit, Tier 0-1, 10,500 miyr. - " " r" - --f'for24mos.t (7i40844) jy DOC FEE $250 I LSI 1 1 local Keeping Faith B4 Obituaries B9 today Comics D4-5 Television D6 sports Golf C4 NFL C5 views & voices Our View A10 Your Letters A10 money Stocks B7 Mutual funds B8 L090J0000J TO SUBSCRIBE CALL 538-NEWS Our 133 rd year, No. 190

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