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Ignacio, Kilo, Jimena all Expected to Bring Swells Ignacio, Kilo, Jimena all Expected to Bring Swells
Our current east swell from hurricane Ignacio peaked Monday and will hold today. We expect a secondary swell from Ignacio with northeast, shifting...
by Meteorologist Malika Dudley / Email: malika@bigislandnow.com
Hazy Skies for Hilo, Pop up Showers Possible Today Hazy Skies for Hilo, Pop up Showers Possible Today
Very humid conditions with spotty heavy showers and thunderstorms will continue through Tuesday as hurricane Ignacio passes northeast of the state. Northerly...
by Meteorologist Malika Dudley / Email: malika@bigislandnow.com
Big Island Fuel Costs Drop Drastically Big Island Fuel Costs Drop Drastically
Fuel prices across the island have decreased dramatically over the past week, in some cases by an entire quarter.
by Jamilia Epping

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BUSINESS
Big Island Fuel Costs Drop Drastically Big Island Fuel
Costs Drop Drastically

Fuel prices across the island have decreased dramatically over the past week, in some cases by an entire quarter.

FOOD
RECIPE: Creamy Cold Cucumber Soup RECIPE: Creamy
Cold Cucumber Soup

Creamy Cold Cucumber Soup is perfect for a warm weather meal.

HVNP: August, September Kahuku Unit Events HVNP: August, September
Kahuku Unit Events

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, as part of its “Find Your Park” campaign, invites the public to join in on August and September Kahuku Unit events and HVNP guided hikes.

SPORTS
Kealakehe Rides Momentum Wave to Comeback Win Kealakehe Rides Momentum
Wave to Comeback Win

Despite a 20-point deficit in the first quarter, the Kealakehe Waveriders clawed back to open the BIIF regular season with a victory over Kamehameha-Hawai’i.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
HPA Community Book Club HPA Community
Book Club

Hawai’i Preparatory Academy’s free Community Book Club will feature “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr.

DISCUSSION
LETTER: United Public Workers LETTER: United Public Workers

“I am very annoyed by the UPW’s slickly produced ads that state healthcare is people.”