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MidWeek Staff
Windward Oahu Highlights // What’s Up in Windward Oahu
Send items to cchang@midweek.com by Feb. 18 to be considered for the Feb. 25 edition, or call 529-4850. Wednesday February 18 Ash Wednesday Windward United...

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Windward Oahu News // Enchanted Reef Lurks Under Hokulani’s Roof
Children can look up at the Hokulani Imaginarium dome Saturday and see what lies beneath the ocean’s surface. The Windward Community College planetarium will screen...

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Windward Oahu News // Help For Waikalua Fishpond
Work to restore Kaneohe’s watershed and cultural sites is never done, and it will continue with a “La Hana” from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday...

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Windward Oahu News // Kaneohe Man Guilty Of Lay-net Violation In Bay
A fishing-rules violation last July in Kaneohe Bay recently brought a guilty verdict in Kaneohe District Court. A Kaneohe fisherman was convicted Jan. 8 of...

Windward Oahu Sports // Three Windward Boys Soccer Teams Set For State Tourneys
For Kalaheo and Kahuku, no weekend has been more anticipated than this one, as both teams will begin play in the Division I state boys...

Windward Oahu Sports // Surfriders Slowly Taking Shape On Baseball Diamond
Kailua’s fourth-place finish at last May’s Division I state baseball tournament was all the more noteworthy in that the Surfriders were a sophomore-dominated team. Two...

Carol Chang
Windward Oahu Waha Nui // Waha Nui – 2/18/15
A Kaneohe couple is behind UH Department of Theatre and Dance’s Kennedy main-stage production, La‘ieikawai, a new play in Hawaiian about a princess of that...

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Windward Oahu News // Constitution Experts Now Need Cash
First comes the recognition, then reality hits. On Jan. 31 before esteemed judges in Honolulu Circuit Court, Kahuku High & Intermediate School’s team won the...

Paige Takeya
Windward Oahu Coverstory // Honoring Her Son With Sports, Bills
Each January for four years, people have gathered from all over Oahu for the Joel K. Botelho Flag Football Tourney at Kaneohe District Park. It’s...

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Focus on West Oahu // Focus on West Oahu
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West Oahu Sports // Tokunaga, Sharks To ‘Play Ball’
It didn’t take long for former Pearl City High standout Tyler Tokunaga to make himself right at home at the next level with Hawaii Pacific...

West Oahu Sports // Waipahu’s Gonzales In Final Year, But First Comes DII Tourney
Waipahu High senior Jessica Gonzales can feel her eligibility clock ticking away. “I’m freaking out about it,” laughed Gonzales, who is a midfielder for the...

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West Oahu News // Japan Handbell Choir Returns
Hakuoh University Handbell Choir returns for its 24th Goodwill Tour of Hawaii, and it will perform at 10 a.m. Feb. 18 in Leeward Community College...

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West Oahu Highlights // West Oahu Highlights
Send West Oahu items to cchang@midweek.com by Feb. 11 to be considered for the Feb. 18 edition, or call 529-4850. • WATER ART Board of...

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West Oahu News // Gallery Features Kapolei Artist
Gallery on the Pali features Kapolei’s George Kaiwi and his “Ka Hana No‘eau O Kaiwi” exhibit Feb. 15-March 19, including an artist reception from 6...

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West Oahu News // AARP Tax Help For Kupuna
AARP Tax Counseling for the Elderly offers assistance now through April 15 at select public libraries throughout the state, including the Ewa Beach branch. Hours...

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West Oahu News // Horror Experience Requires That You Stare Fear In Face
The same crew that brought you Haunted Plantation has created a 50-minute, interactive thriller attraction at Hawaii’s Plantation Village in Waipahu. Director Noa Laporga transports...

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West Oahu News // Recycle Phonebooks Now At Waikele Center
Old telephone directories can be recycled on specific weekends during February, including Waikele Center. Volunteers for the “Think Yellow, Go Green” promotion will be on...

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West Oahu News // New Bill Could Move Hemp Research Forward
Talking Story…Sen. Mike Gabbard What crop can be grown without pesticides and has more than 25,000 uses? If you said hemp, you’re right. But please...

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West Oahu News // Pearl City Sailor Sculpts ‘Old Ironsides’ At Japan Snow Festival
Pearl City’s Billy Harger, chief builder assigned to Public Works Department Misawa, participated in the 66th annual Sapporo Snow Festival, which runs until today (Feb....

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