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Central Oahu News // Digital Tools Making An Impact
Changing times call for new tools to enhance learning, and thanks to the Access Learning pilot program, the state DOE has gained insight into the...

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West Oahu News // LCC Has Tips Today On Its Teaching Certificate Requirements
Residents interested in pursuing a career in teaching can look forward to Leeward Community College’s information session on its Associate in Arts in Teaching (AAT)...

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Good Neighbors // Carol Mcnamee
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Hawaii has been a unique force in the Islands since February 1984 as the 200th MADD chapter nationwide. This year...

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Good Neighbors // Elise Rosica
For more than a century, Waikiki Aquarium has educated visitors about Hawaii’s reefs and marine life. Volunteers are on the aquarium’s grounds daily, and serve...

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West Oahu News // LCC Native Hawaiian Arts Website Earns National Recognition
Mele, poetry, short stories, oral histories, essays, memoirs, ‘oli, hula and more are showcased on Leeward Community College’s Native Hawaiian Writing and Arts website, Pupu...

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Good Neighbors // Nyle Dolera
Tragedy can make or break a person, and Nyle Dolera has chosen to use his life experiences to better his community. In June 2011, Dolera...

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Good Neighbors // Keith Uehara
Pet owners know just how hard it can be to get your furry ones to sit still for a photo, and K9 Kokua volunteer photographer...

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West Oahu Coverstory // Geeks To Take Over Leeward’s Campus
Leeward Community College’s Geek Day, coordinated by its Digital Media and Computer Science faculty, celebrates its fifth year from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb....

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Good Neighbors // Holly Holowach
Sport the colors red, black, hot pink or white Feb. 14 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Magic Island for One Billion Rising For Justice,...

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Good Neighbors // Brian Hartmus
What started as a six-month travel-nursing venture ended in paradise for Brian Hartmus, a former resident of Northern Virginia who’s now a nurse at Kaiser...

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