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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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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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