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Paige Takeya
West Oahu News // Japan’s Tokai University Coming To Kapolei, Next To UHWO
When Tokai University opens its Kapolei campus in April, it already will have a strong relationship in place with its next-door neighbor, University of Hawaii-West...

Nicole Kato
West Oahu News // Ewa Resident To Host Second Annual Special Abilities Party
For its second year, nonprofit K.E.L.I.I. Foundation will sponsor a free special abilities social event and craft fair March 7. Founder Melodee Haole of Ewa...

MidWeek Staff
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...

MidWeek Staff
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...

MidWeek Staff
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...

MidWeek Staff
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...

MidWeek Staff
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...

MidWeek Staff
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...

MidWeek Staff
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....

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // Get The Latest On CNA Jobs
Leeward Community College’s Office of Continuing Education & Workforce Development will offer a certified nurse’s aide training information session Friday and Feb. 19 at Waianae...

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // Ukeke Emits Sounds For Lovers
The ukeke has been a staple of Hawaiian culture and music for generations and, thanks to Malama Learning Center, residents can learn to make their...

Paige Takeya
West Oahu News // Salt Lake Auto Tech Student Moves Into Teaching Role
Salt Lake resident Ryan Abella always had a passion for fixing things. He began his U.S. Air Force career, after all, as an airplane mechanic....

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // West Oahu Roundup
Kylie Breanne Lucero (Kapolei High School, 2009) is one of 13 queen contestants for the 63rd annual Cherry Blossom Festival. The women also will make...

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // New Developments Support Thriving Community
Elefante’s Connections…City Councilman Brandon Elefante Transit-oriented Development (TOD) As the rail columns rise around us, and we keep a close eye on financing and construction...

Paige Takeya
West Oahu News // Business Fair Offers Workshops To Spur Companies Onward
Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur keen to hit the road in your own food truck, or an established owner looking to better manage human resource...

Nicole Kato
West Oahu News // A Daughter Shares Her Mother’s Love With The World
When something is on your heart, it’s best to answer the call. And that’s exactly what Aiea resident Danielle Lum did. Her work, “A Mother’s...

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // Buy Local Tuesdays At Foodland
Buying and eating local supports Hawaii farmers and businesses — and now local grocer Foodland wants to give shoppers an extra incentive to keep things...

Steve Murray
West Oahu News // State Rallies With Testimony Regarding Military, Civilian Jobs
After a slow start, Oahu business leaders and legislative representatives are moving quickly in an attempt to scuttle possible plans to reduce military and civilian...

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // Lovely V-day Bluegrass Tunes
The sound of love will float through the air around Leeward Community College theatre on Valentine’s Day, thanks to a special bluegrass concert featuring the...

MidWeek Staff
West Oahu News // West Oahu Roundup
Bryan Balisacan of Pearl City has joined Prudential Locations as a firm partner. He has nearly 10 years of experience in the real estate industry...

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