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Focus on Windward Oahu // Focus on Windward Oahu
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Pet Friends Forever // Say Hello to Pumpernickel
PUMPERNICKEL is a 4-year-old pooch with an irresistible smile. This loyal pooch charms everyone he meets. He already may have been adopted, but more than...

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Mystery Shopper // Dorothy Tong Wins A $150 Spree At Simply Organized
On Thursday, Dorothy Tong wanted to buy a Pack and Roll cart for carrying heavy things, so she stopped in at Simply Organized in Kahala...

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MidWeek Poll // Do you believe in astrology?
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Central Oahu News // Wheeler Honors Soldier’s Safety Training For Water Rescue
Sgt. Jessica DuVernay 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs A soldier assigned to 209th Aviation Support Battalion was honored with an Army Commendation Medal Aug....

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West Oahu News // Kapolei’s Hawaii Maoli Honors Three Individuals With ‘Spirit’
Kapolei-based nonprofit Hawaii Maoli recently hosted its fifth annual Ka Mana O ke Kanaka Awards, and this year’s winners are Herb Lee, Jr., Pacific American...

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Hot Shots // Hot Shots – 9/10/14
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Roundtable // Always Here To Help Hawaii
By John Schapperle, CPCU President & COO of Island Insurance Many younger residents have never experienced a time when it was difficult to obtain insurance...

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Central Oahu News // Soap Shop Expanding Retail To Haleiwa
North Shore residents will have their own inspiration to “stay clean and fresh” with the arrival of Bubble Shack Hawaii’s retail store, set for an...

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Mostly Politics // Are We Headed Into Another Quagmire?
An American journalist on his knees, a hooded and masked ISIS butcher standing over him, knife in hand. The American, in this instance, 31-year-old Steven...

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Proof Positive // Meals On Wheels Really Delivers
By Claire Shimabukuro, Executive Director, Meals On Wheels Ask most adults where they want to live as they age, and the majority will tell you...

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Central Oahu News // Some Solutions For State’s Flawed Voting Process
Rep’n Mililani …Rep. Beth Fukumoto Chang People need to be able to trust their government and trust in the fairness of the political process. When...

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Paina // Giovanna Gala Fundraiser
Artist Giovanna Neuman sponsored the seventh annual Giovanna Goddess Gala Aug. 21 at the historic Nutridge Estate on Tantalus. Festivities included a garden feast, music...

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Paina // Aquarium Reception for Dan Basta
Waikiki Aquarium hosted a private breakfast reception Aug. 18 for honored guest Dan Basta, director of the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. VIP gathered to...

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Paina // Miss Hawaii Day
Miss Hawaii pageant conducted its second annual Miss Hawaii Day Aug. 16 at Windward Mall. The special day treated mall visitors to local entertainment, a...

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Paina // Hawaii Community Foundation Scholarship Dinner
Hawaii Community Foundation conducted its annual scholarship dinner last month at Hawaii Prince Hotel. The dinner gives donors and college scholarship recipients the opportunity to...

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Paina // Touch of Iolani
Iolani Alumni Association and the Class of 1995 invited alumni, family and friends to the 19th annual Touch of Iolani last month. Iolani campus was...

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Paina // Japanese Women’s Society Foundation Turns 60
The Japanese Women’s Society Foundation celebrated its 60th anniversary recently at Hawaii Prince Hotel. The luncheon, titled “Sixty Years of Linking Generations,” was conducted in...

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Paina // Koa Anvil Awards
Public Relations Society of America-Hawaii Chapter hosted its 31st annual Koa Anvil Awards dinner earlier this year at Sheraton Waikiki. The dinner recognized 200 of...

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Paina // Finance Factors Charity Breakfast
Finance Factors hosted its 19th annual Charity Breakfast recently outside the company’s Bishop Street building. More than 80 Finance Factors employees and volunteers served hundreds...

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