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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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Hot Air // Father Is Failing Johnny Football
Wright Thompson’s ESPN The Magazine article on Johnny Manziel paints a vivid and disturbing picture of a young man bordering on the abyss. The Texas...

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Hot Air // Golf’s Leaderboard Not Changed
The simple storyline of The Open Championship was that golf’s biggest stars have suddenly swapped roles. Tiger Woods, at one time unbeatable, is a shell...

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Hot Air // R&A Holding Firm On All-Male Golf
It was a fortunate twist of fate or a well-planned release. My bet is on the latter. Having ESPN’s newest 30 for 30 documentary coincide...

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Hot Air // Park’s Quest Goes Beyond Golf
Inbee Park is the world’s most-dominant golfer. She isn’t the best golfer – that may still be Tiger Woods – but she is the best...

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Hot Air // PGA Putter Ban Is Bad Business
It is often possible to ruin something in the effort to make it better. This seems to be a regular occurrence in technology where 2.0...

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Hot Air // Violence A Major Problem For NFL
Commissioner Roger Goodell may not want to talk about it, but the NFL has an image problem. Since 2013 became official, 34 active roster members...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Sons Of The Civil War
Hawaii soldiers fought and died in the American Civil War – who knew? Thanks to research by Nanette Napoleon and the work of documentary filmmaker...

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Central Oahu Coverstory // City Council Lauds Mililani’s Madeira
Some of Oahu’s most dedicated high school students were honored in a June 5 ceremony at Honolulu Hale for their academic achievements and community service....

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Hot Air // Cult Of Michael Does LeBron Wrong
Cults can be dangerous. Not political party dangerous, but problematic all the same. While not all such organizations have their followers literally drinking the Kool-Aid,...

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Newsmakers // Hawaii’s Version Of Forrest Gump
Like the movie character, Douglas Ho has been an up-close observer of history and famous people Douglas Ho may in fact be Forrest Gump, or...

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Hot Air // Ignoring Death A Driver’s Necessity
When the 43 drivers climbed into their cars to start Sunday’s Quicken Loans 400, little thought was paid to Jason Leffler, the 37-year-old racing veteran...

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Hot Air // Shady Deals Mar MLB Drug Case
Major League Baseball finds itself in a precarious situation. Much like government agencies forced to work with less than honorable characters to achieve advantageous outcomes...

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