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Carol Chang
East Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 12/10/14
Hawaii Kai’s Roxanne Cassidy (Punahou 2009, Boston College 2013) has reported to Baham, Cameroon, her Peace Corps station for 27 months, where she’ll help the...

Carol Chang
Central Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 12/10/14
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii has honored Mililani’s Cey Murakami as its Civilian Engineer of 2015 for his leadership, technical skills and support of...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 12/10/14
Natalie Uehara is proud of her Castle High Dance Ensemble, which placed second overall at the recent Honolulu Best High School Dance Competition … Kaneohe’s...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 12/3/14
Windward District Teacher of the Year for 2015, Olomana School science instructor Elizabeth Frilles, recently received a $500 cash gift (as a DOE district winner)...

Carol Chang
Central Oahu News // Leilehua Grad’s Memoir Aims To Stir Others To Action, Writing
Julia Estrella has much to say about the condition of the world and of our own health, and she did so in her hometown Oct....

Carol Chang
Central Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/26/14
The U.S. Coral Reef Task Force gave its Outstanding Management award to Pupukea’s Denise Antolini for her work in fisheries, marine enforcement, aquatic invasive species...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu News // 52nd Kaneohe March Dec. 6 — From Aunty Alice To Santa Claus
Question: What always happens on the first Saturday of December in Kaneohe town? Answer: You’re right, the Kaneohe Christmas Parade. The 52nd annual homegrown parade...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/26/14
It’s all drama for Kailua native Kelsey Baehrens, who did such a good job as Mercutio in Baldwin Wallace University’s Romeo & Juliet last month...

Carol Chang
East Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/19/14
Palolo Valley’s Jason Pavia has won a $2,000 Voya Unsung Heroes award, given to teachers who excel at using new learning strategies. Jason will use...

Carol Chang
East Oahu Coverstory // Bands Playing Tribute To Kaimuki Music Hostess
With the Oct. 29 passing of longtime arts supporter Jacqueline Hope Ward, 95, her musical ohana will gather from 6 to 10 p.m. Dec. 6...

Carol Chang
West Oahu Coverstory // Park Is Dedicated To ‘Mr. Pearl City’
Friends, lawmakers and family gathered Oct. 29 to pay tribute to “Mr. Pearl City” at Manana Neighborhood Park in a community that the late Shigeo...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/19/14
The 42 children at Malama Honua public charter school in Waimanalo signed the pledge Nov. 5 to care for the environment and support Hokule’a's current...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Coverstory // Campsites By Library An ‘Ongoing Problem’
While conflicts among the homeless population may not seem widespread in Kaneohe, visitors to its library and civic center soccer field may think otherwise, and...

Carol Chang
Central Oahu News // Central Oahu Troupe Mounts ‘Peter Pan,’ Complete With Flight
Central Oahu’s Diamond in the Rough Productions will fly to Neverland in far, far away Kaneohe to stage its next play. Making the cut for...

Carol Chang
Central Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/12/14
Art song music from Mililani High School graduate Daniel Bayot will be performed at 10:15 and 11 a.m. Thursday at the UH West Oahu Campus...

Carol Chang
Central Oahu Coverstory // Needy Warriors Will Get First-class Care
Schofield Barracks officially opened the new $60-million Warrior Transition Battalion Headquarters Oct. 31 amid speeches and ceremonies attended by hundreds of soldiers who will make...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/12/14
Army Staff Sgt. Tony Woods got a big surprise on his recent retirement, and you can see the whole thing this Sunday on the Food...

Carol Chang
East Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/5/14
Star of the Sea school faculty and staff honored longtime volunteer Kay Botelho, 93, on her “retirement” in September, grateful for her 19 years of...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu News // Coconut Island Leaders Shift Roles As Marine Studies Continue
Two Kaneohe residents dedicated to Hawaii’s marine resources are changing roles within University of Hawaii’s Sea Grant College Program and its research arm on Coconut...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 11/5/14
Recent law school graduate Shae Kamaka’ala, who has led community management efforts in Kahana, is a living example of why the field of law can...

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