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Big Island Escapes Most of Wali's Wrath

Big Island Escapes Most of Wali’s Wrath

July 21, 2014

Oahu received the heaviest rains of more than an inch per hour which were triggered when Wali’s moisture hit a low-pressure system sitting near Kauai.

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Famed Kona Billfish Tournament Opens Sunday

July 21, 2014

The prestigious big game fishing tournament, built on its adherence to strict International Game Fish Association rules for world records, starts fishing Monday, July 28.

kenneth-makuakane (2) Songwriting Retreat For Beginners at HVNP July 21, 2014 · No Comments · Arts & Entertainment, Featured Articles

Hawaiian music, language and haku mele experts Kenneth Makuakāne and Kaliko Trapp-Beamer will lead the songwriting retreat at the summit of Kīlauea in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park on Aug. 16 and 17.

Parker School Graduate Honored as Presidential Scholar Parker School Graduate Honored as Presidential Scholar July 18, 2014 · No Comments · Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

Lysha Matsunobu is the fourth student from a Waimea private school to be so honored over the past three years.

OPINION: Wong Making Case for NL Rookie Of the Year Contention OPINION: Wong Making Case for NL Rookie Of the Year Contention July 18, 2014 · No Comments · Featured Articles, Sports

Kolten Wong’s hitting a groove entering the second half of the baseball season, and it comes as his St. Louis Cardinals are fighting to stay alive in the National League Central.

Wali Weakens to a Tropical Depression Wali Weakens to a Tropical Depression July 18, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

Rainfall of up to a foot is expected in some areas this weekend, although accompanying winds are expected to be typical trades of 10-20 mph.

VOLCANO WATCH: Kilauea Trends Observed by Missionaries VOLCANO WATCH: Kilauea Trends Observed by Missionaries July 17, 2014 · No Comments · Discussion, Featured Articles

Early Missionaries to Hawaii were the first to note that lava flows were often preceded by lava draining from Kilauea’s summit crater.

robot-mining Robotic Space Mining’s ‘World Cup’ Here Next Week July 17, 2014 · No Comments · Arts & Entertainment, Featured Articles

A public exhibition of the mars exploration robots that will be competing in PRISM 2014 will take place Monday, July 21, 10 to 2 p.m.,
at Hilo Bayfront Park (side towards Suisan).

Enriques Named HS Volleyball All-American Enriques Named HS Volleyball All-American July 16, 2014 · No Comments · Featured Articles, Sports

Enriques joined 12 other high school volleyball standouts, including Punahou’s Tui Tuileta, on the All-American First Team list.

BLOG: Count Your Blessings, Rain Among Them BLOG: Count Your Blessings, Rain Among Them July 16, 2014 · No Comments · Blog, Featured Articles

Living in a rainforest has its benefits, such as no shortage of water or facing $500 daily fines for wasting the wet stuff.

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