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West Oahu News // Ko Olina’s Thanksgiving Outreach To Distribute 4,000 Meals
Ko Olina Resort will once again spearhead a Thanksgiving outreach for those on the less fortunate along the Leeward side. Thanks to a partnership with...

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West Oahu News // New Kunia Garden To Provide Plants For Kapolei-based Halau
A one-acre garden has begun to grow on DuPont Pioneer land in Kunia, where a partnership will enable Kapolei students and a halau to learn...

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West Oahu News // Crafting Unique Wreaths Dec. 6
The holiday swarm is upon us, and Christmas is on its way. To help residents prepare for it, Halawa Xeriscape Garden will offer a festive...

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West Oahu News // Star Shares Songwriting Tips
YouTube star AJ Rafael has made waves on the Internet for hit songs such as She Was Mine and We Could Happen, and now makes...

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West Oahu Coverstory // West Schools See Higher Enrollment
West and Central Oahu public schools are maintaining their high enrollment, following a count of students for 2014-2015. The state Department of Education — the...

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Focus on Windward Oahu // Focus on Windward Oahu
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Windward Oahu Highlights // What’s Up in Windward Oahu
Send Windward items to cchang@midweek.com by Nov. 12 to be considered for the Nov. 19 edition. Wednesday November 12 Kahaluu board meets Kahaluu Neighborhood Board...

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Windward Oahu News // Surfriders’ Fine Arts To Shine Tonight At School
Kailua High School will showcase the teen talent being nurtured within its World Language Fine Arts Department from 5:30 to 7:30 tonight (Nov. 12) in...

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Windward Oahu News // Kaneohe Church Looks Back On Many Pastors, Many Names
Kaneohe Congregational Church has been congregating since 1834, when the Rev. Benjamin Wyman Parker established his first church at “Kaneohe station.” It will mark its...

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Windward Oahu News // Bacteria Count Soars In Kahaluu Lagoon
Following an investigation of complaints about the water, state health officials issued a warning Oct. 31 for the public to stay out of Kahaluu Lagoon,...

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Windward Oahu News // ‘Peter Pan’ And Friends Alight On Paliku Stage
Diamond in the Rough Productions flies to Never-land — far, far away from its Wahiawa base — to stage Peter Pan Nov. 21-23 at Paliku...

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Windward Oahu News // Chamber Music Has Piano Treat
Kailua’s Thomas Lee will once again take a seat at the piano bench alongside Chamber Music Hawaii’s Tresemble for a concert at Paliku Theatre at...

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Windward Oahu Coverstory // Hike Set To Marsh Master Plan Sites
Kailua wetlands preservation will be at the forefront of a huakai (visit) Nov. 22, set up by Hawaiian groups and practitioners, to Hawaiian cultural sites...

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Focus on Central Oahu // Focus on Central Oahu
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Mystery Shopper // Harvilee Pratt Wins A $150 Spree At City Mill
On Friday, Harvilee Pratt needed to get a spare key made, so she took a trip to City Mill on Nimitz Highway. As she made...

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MidWeek Poll // Do you have an unhealthy obsession?
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Pet Friends Forever // Say Hello to Hanna!
Four-year-old Hanna’s calm and friendly nature makes her the perfect fit for any family. She already may have been adopted, but more than 100 other...

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Roundtable // Helping Isle Commerce Soar
By Pat Rosa Chief Operating Officer of Aloha Air Cargo The cargo industry, ever changing in its makeup and challenges faced, is a critical part...

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Paina // Ho’okela Awards
Retail Merchants of Hawaii hosted its annual conference and Ho’okela Awards luncheon at Sheraton Waikiki. The ceremony celebrates the year’s exemplary retailers. The conference includes...

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Proof Positive // Working Together To End Type 1 Diabetes
By Stacey Acma, Executive Director, JDRF Hawaii Each November, National Diabetes Awareness Month honors the millions of people throughout the world living with diabetes. Although...

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