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March 29, 2017

LETTER: Ask Governor to Support Energy Bill

"The bill is important because climate change is a big concern for many people..."
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March 28, 2017

LETTER: Original Renewable Energy Bill Should Be Passed

"Sen. Inouye’s original Senate Bill 1580 lays out a plan that will allow Hawai‘i to eliminate our use of fossil fuels used for transportation by the year 2045."
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March 22, 2017

Hō‘i‘o: Delicious & Nutritious Fern Shoots

Hō‘i‘o grows in the wet, higher-altitude rain forests of our islands, particularly on the Big Island and Maui.
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March 17, 2017

LETTER: ‘It’s Not Just Your Money They’re Taking, It’s Your Health’

"...the insurance company that controls the majority of health insurance in Hawai‘i doesn't feel that it is important to keep the providers we have."
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March 09, 2017

LETTER: ‘TMT is, Indeed, an Emotional Issue’

"My wish is that the TMT and all the observatories would become monuments to these great navigators."
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March 09, 2017

LETTER: TMT Solutions: From Golf to Science to Faith

"The entire summit and all the existing observatories are also ultimately affected—and the whole of science."
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March 07, 2017

Pua Kenikeni: By Any Other Name…

Fagraea berteriana, pua kenikeni, perfume flower tree, ten cent flower, pua tonga or pualulu… as locals would say, “same smell different name!”
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February 17, 2017

UPDATE: Crusin’ Hakalau Beach Park with Tita Nui

Hakalau, located approximately 15 miles north of Hilo on the Hāmākua Coast, was a thriving community up until the early 1960s.
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February 16, 2017

LETTER: Four Tickets on Way to Hospital

I was driving to the hospital in my landlord's extra car because I was short of breath and had crushing chest pains.
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February 10, 2017

How Puerto Ricans Arrived on Hawai’i Island

On the northern tip of Hawai‘i Island near the area now known as Coast Guard Station stands a little monument. It commemorates the arrival of the first Puerto Rican plantations workers who arrived here on Hawaii Island in 1901. In August 1899, two hurricanes devastated the island of Puerto Rico. Twenty-eight days of continuous rain damaged... Read more »
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