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Ainamalu: A next step to energy independence

WAIKOLOA — Hawaii Island’s efforts toward renewable energy and off-grid living took a giant leap with the inception of Ainamalu, a new Waikoloa community, which...

The doctors are in

WAIMEA — The shortage of doctors in North Hawaii is an on-going challenge.

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Prepared for life

NORTH HAWAII — More than 100 years ago, the first Boy Scout troop was formed in North Hawaii in Niulii, near Pololu Valley.

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Waikoloa Canoe Club blesses Kama O Ka Lani

WAIKOLOA — Last Saturday, Waikoloa Canoe Club members celebrated the rebirth of their koa canoe, Kama O Ka Lani, which means “star of the heavens”...

Gov. Ige tours WMS STEAM building

Gov. David Ige and his wife, Dawn, get a sneak peak of Waimea Middle School’s still-under-construction building while in town for the Cherry Blossom Heritage...

Free weekly Community Meal continues in Waimea

For more than 10 weeks straight, volunteers have prepared and served a fresh-from-scratch Community Meal at St. James’ Pavilion in Waimea. Nearly 200 people attended...

Keck Observatory talk offered in Honokaa

Guest speaker John O’Meara from Saint Michael’s College, Vermont will present a free astronomy talk for the public at People’s Theater on Feb. 24 at...

Trekkies flocking to Queens’ MarketPlace Feb. 25

“Star Trek Report” is the outdoor movie for this month’s free Movies Under the Stars event at Waikoloa Resort.

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Children invited to participate in Jr. Match Play Day

On Feb. 26 at 10 a.m., little and big kids can play in the tennis event at HPA’s Rutgers Tennis Center. The cost is $5...

New Waimea butcher shop welcomes community, and vice versa

WAIMEA — On Feb. 3, while almost everyone else in town was getting their pink on for the Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival, the new Waimea...

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