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Windward Oahu Highlights // What’s Up in Windward Oahu
Wednesday April 2 Loud library Windward Community College presents “Out Loud in the Library” at 6 p.m. downstairs in the Library Commons, featuring Big Mox,...

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Windward Oahu News // It’s Batters Up At Hewett Field
The city parks department will honor Alice Hewett Saturday with a ceremony that dedicates Heeia Neighborhood Park’s ball field in her name. A resolution originating...

Windward Oahu Sports // Post-season WW Baseball Race: Anything Could Happen
With every game critical in the race to baseball playoffs, this week looks big for Castle, Kailua, Kahuku and Kalaheo. A preview of their games,...

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Windward Oahu News // Fun ‘Fling’ Saturday At Kalaheo
Kalaheo PTSA’s Dollars for Scholars committee presents Spring Fling 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday on the school field to boost its scholarship...

Windward Oahu Sports // U.S. Diving Champion Zarka Doesn’t Like To Do Laundry
Even with one national diving title already hers, Kenyon College’s Maria Zarka trained this past year as if she still had a lot to prove....

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Windward Oahu News // See, Hear And Taste Kailua April 13 At The Annual Town Party
By PAIGE TAKEYA Twenty-two years later, and the block party is still going strong. The 2014 I Love Kailua Town Party, featuring a smorgasbord of...

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Windward Oahu News // Kailua High Firing Up Imu Pit For Easter Feasts
Two Kailua High School programs are offering to trade turkeys for a little cash this spring, and time is running out for imu fans to...

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Windward Oahu News // Expert Help On How To Preserve Documents
Art conservationist Seth Irwin will speak to the community about how to preserve documents, books, photographs and maps at 1 p.m. today (April 2) in...

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Windward Oahu News // KIS’s Kagami Has ‘Promise’
By PAIGE TAKEYA Not all seventh-graders have a fully functional aquaponics set up in their classrooms. But it’s par for the course for the students...

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