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OPINION: Treat Little Fire Ants Like the Threat They Are Little fire ant colonies can contain billions of the insects, an unfathomable amount of stinging power. UH/Hawaii Ant Lab photo.
The little fire ant poses an enormous problem for Hawaii and should be treated accordingly -- the sooner the better.
by Dave Smith
Park Patrons Credited With Grabbing Alleged Kidnapper Keahi Sale. HPD photo.
Police said Keahi Sale, the object of an intense manhunt Saturday, was held by bystanders at Spencer Beach Park after the kidnapping victim called out for help.
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Hawaii Supreme Court to Hold Session in Kona Kealakehe High School in Kailua-Kona. Google Street View image.
The justices will give area high school students and the public an opportunity to hear attorneys argue the merits in a case involving government records.
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A rendering of the proposed BioEnergy Hawaii waste-to-energy plant, which could compete for resources with the County's proposed waste reduction facility. Courtesy image. Big Island Rubbish:
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A private developer’s plan for a waste-to-energy plant in West Hawaii could impact Hawaii County’s plan for waste reduction in Hilo.

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Pahoa High and Intermediate School principal Darlene Bee. DOE photo. Pahoa HS Shows Interest
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The addition of a third 8-man football team on the Big Island would allow the sport to be sanctioned under the BIIF.

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Little fire ant colonies can contain billions of the insects, an unfathomable amount of stinging power. UH/Hawaii Ant Lab photo. OPINION: Treat Little Fire
Ants Like the Threat They Are

The little fire ant poses an enormous problem for Hawaii and should be treated accordingly — the sooner the better.

UHH Hilo Performing Arts Center Presents...
A Touch of Gold headline the 10th Annual Girls’ Day Diva Festival A Touch of Gold headline the
10th Annual Girls’ Day Diva Festival

The University of Hawaii at Hilo Performing Arts Center presents the 10th Annual Girls’ Day Diva Festival on Sunday, March 2 beginning at 3 p.m. on the Campus Center Plaza.

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Events For Thursday 04/24/2014

Merrie Monarch Enrichment
@ 'Imiloa Astronomy Center
‘Ōiwi TV presents its new film, “Nā Loea: The Masters,” about one man’s dedication to the art of canoe building, and a skilled Moloka‘i fisherman's journey of cultural re-discovery. Hōkū Zuttermeister performs at 1 p.m. Tickets $8, call 969-9703.
Hula Fest Crafts
@ Sangha Hall
21st annual Merrie Monarch Week Hawaii Arts, Crafts & Food Festival, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Visit www.hawaiiartsandcraftsfestival.com or call 981-0518.
Petroglyph Tour
@ Kings' Shops at the Waikoloa Beach Resort
Free petroglyph tour 9:30-10:30 a.m. Meet at Center Court Stage across from TIffany & Co.
Kauwahi Film Festival
@ University of Hawaii at Hilo
Live music, food and film to raise community awareness of environmental issues. Campus UCB 100, 6-9 p.m. Films at 7.
Natalie Ai Kamau
@ Basically Books
Na Hoku award winning vocalist and composer Natalie Ai Kamau presents her new CD, “Eia," a 2014 Na Hoku Anthology Album nomination, free, 11:30 a.m. Call 961-0144.
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