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West Oahu News // Discuss Crime Fiction, Write Your Own Story
The Hawaii chapter of Sisters in Crime is calling all mystery buffs, crime fiction fans and aspiring writers to attend its “Talk Story, Write A...

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West Oahu News // Pacific Aviation Museum Home To Historic Lessons This Fall
A number of great events are planned over the next few months at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor, which aims to serve the community in...

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West Oahu News // Collect Rain And Save Money
Saving water also can save money, and Halawa Xeriscape Garden will offer a workshop on its grounds to explain the technique for outdoor water conservation....

Jaimie Kim
West Oahu News // Waikele Center Welcomes Pet Store To The Mix Oct. 20
Petco will open its newest location in Waikele Center, at the spot vacated by Bank of Hawaii. Doors officially open Oct. 20, prior to a...

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West Oahu News // Movie Night Meant For ‘Frozen’ Fanatics
Frozen has taken America by (snow) storm, and the Disney musical production makes another run this Saturday at Prince Kuhio Community Center, located at 91-1270...

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West Oahu News // Waipahu Adding Two Ophthalmologists
Hawaiian Eye Center, known for its cataract care, has been operating in Hawaii for more than 35 years and recently celebrated the grand opening of...

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West Oahu News // Waipahu Excels In Academics
Kidani’s Korner…Sen. Michelle Kidani Waipahu High School students brief legislators It was our pleasure to welcome Waipahu High School students and administrators to the state...

West Oahu News // Waikele Teen Embraces Kapiolani Advocacy, May Meet Obama
Keegan Passos thinks centipedes make great pets, is designing a “Heart House” for families of children with cardiac disease, and he might meet President Barack...

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West Oahu News // Recycling Drive Set For Oct. 25
A Going Green recycling drive is planned for 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 25 at Waipahu Intermediate School, where canned food also will be accepted for...

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West Oahu News // Fair Promotes Safety, Discovery
The Discovery Fair is coming to Leeward Community College Nov. 1, bringing with it dozens of activities, exhibits and services helpful to the theme “Celebrate...

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West Oahu News // Sea Life Park Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary And New GM
Birds, cattle, submarines, battleships — all are equally familiar to Valerie King, who has worked just about everywhere in the hospitality industry over the last...

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West Oahu News // Daily Remedies In Neem Trees
Halawa Xeriscape Garden plans a neem tree workshop, which is offered from 10:30 a.m. to noon Oct. 18 by the Board of Water Supply and...

West Oahu News // Makakilo Educator Understands How Important STEM Can Be
When the topic of education comes up, the word “STEM” gets thrown around — the push for a bigger emphasis on science, technology, engineering and...

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West Oahu News // Legislature Takes Steps Toward Addressing Domestic Violence
Reflections …Sen. Will Espero Domestic violence is a terrible scourge on many families locally, nationally and globally. It is a crime that can impact all...

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West Oahu News // West Oahu Roundup
Berton Hamamoto of Aiea has been selected as the 2014 Realtor of the Year by Hawaii Association of Realtors. Hamamoto was recognized for his efforts...

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West Oahu News // Body Workshops To Combat Aches, Pains
Poor posture and body aches plague many people in West Oahu, and Aiea native Suzen Murakoshi will offer weekly workshops to alleviate complaints Oct. 11-Nov....

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West Oahu News // Kunia Opens Up 37 More Acres For Small Farming Operations
Small farmers have until Oct. 14 to apply to lease land in a new 37-acre parcel that has opened up in Kunia. Managed by Hawaii...

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West Oahu News // New Hope Expands To Kapolei
New Hope Leeward once again has expanded its horizons, this time focusing on the developing Kapolei area. Its Kapolei campus is located at 480 Kamokila...

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West Oahu News // Heroine Proves Superpowers Not Needed To Help
Ron’s Corner….City Councilman Ron Menor Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. One such hero is Chelsey Anne Dungca, a sixth-grader at Honowai Elementary School....

Jaimie Kim
West Oahu News // Canned Structures Take Over Pearlridge For A Good Cause
This weekend, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Honolulu Chapter will present its ninth annual Canstruction competition, hosting nine teams who will create structures made entirely...

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