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Central Oahu Coverstory // Koa Ridge Under Fire By Sierra Club
Sierra Club of Hawaii has begun a radio campaign to protest planned housing at Koa Ridge, being developed by Castle & Cooke. The project will...

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Hot Air // Impact Of NASCAR Win Yet To Come
Darrell Wallace Jr.’s Truck Series win at Martinsville Speedway was like the week before Christmas – presents are piling up and the only thing NASCAR...

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Hot Air // Grambling Players Right To Boycott
Congratulations to the Grambling State University football team. While others may disagree, I think Eddie Robinson would be proud. Two weeks ago, the players unanimously...

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Central Oahu News // Turtle Beach Traffic Incites Residents
A Waialua resident has begun a grassroots effort to relieve the traffic congestion along Laniakea Beach. The spot is a popular location for surfers, beachgoers...

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West Oahu Coverstory // Sierra Club Expands Its Koa Ridge Protest
Sierra Club of Hawaii has begun a radio advertising campaign to protest a planned housing development at Koa Ridge. Being developed by Castle & Cooke,...

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Hot Air // Rice Qualified, Others Not So Much
One has to be seriously accomplished and well thought of to not only survive one of the most polarizing administrations in history, but to prosper...

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Hot Air // NFL Not Alone In Denying Damage
October began with one of the best sports documentaries in ESPN’s 30-for-30 series – the thoughtful and inspirational story of Eddie Aikau. Fast forward seven...

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Central Oahu News // Pineapple Express Gets Upgrade
Dole Plantation has extended the length of its popular Pineapple Express train ride to allow greater viewing of native plants in its Plantation Garden. The...

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Hot Air // Putting Eddie’s Life In Context
Documentaries are best when they go beyond linear storytelling and include related events that provide greater context and depth. ESPN’s 30 for 30, a series...

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Hot Air // UH Is Bad, Broke And Losing Hope
The University of Hawaii football team is a program in crisis. Wallowing in the morass of ineffectiveness that makes mediocrity a worthy goal, the team...

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West Oahu News // Illness Generates Hope, Help
Waipahu resident Kimo Pono Manley Jr. is 27 years old and has glioblastoma, an aggressive brain cancer located in the pons region of his brain...

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Hot Air // Driver Change Good For NASCAR
Juan Pablo Montoya did a favor for North American racing when he left Formula One for the crowded, high-banked turns of NASCAR. The Colombian brought...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Aloha Means Goodbye
As the man who commands U.S. Navy forces from California to India prepares to leave Hawaii for an even bigger job in Nebraska, he talks...

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Feature Story // Rugged
Hawaii is a long way from rugby’s epicenter in the United Kingdom, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t trying to transfer the state’s love for...

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Hot Air // NASCAR Acts Fast To Finger Fix
A certain level of thievery is expected in racing. This is especially true in NASCAR, which proudly honors its bootlegging past as a key to...

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Central Oahu News // Wahiawa Students Take The Lead In Effort To Prevent Bullying
Wahiawa Middle School has turned to its students to end bullying. The Anti-Bully Squad (ABS) was created a year ago by then eighth-graders Shaylee Todani...

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Hot Air // UM/ND Is A Rivalry Worth Saving
Notre Dame’s decision to end its annual early season game versus Michigan is a win for the Irish and a loss for college football. From...

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Hot Air // QB Shows Poise In Awful Effort
Taylor Graham faced the media with his firm jaw set and his eyes focused, projecting an image of anger and confidence. Such a display was...

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Hot Air // Ichiro’s Legacy Not Hits, But Impact
Pete Rose is correct. Ichiro Suzuki cannot surpass him as the Major League’s all-time hit king because his 1,278 hits in Nippon Professional Baseball don’t...

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Central Oahu News // Teens Encourage Peers To Stay Drug Free
Mari Domingo and Dakota Mengel are normal teens with an unusual, but important hobby – helping other youths stay free of drugs. The Mililani juniors...

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