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Windward Oahu News // Tree-planting Highlights Resort Agreement
Though small in symbolic terms, the new hala tree at Kawela Bay represents the end of a long struggle to free up hundreds of acres...

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Windward Oahu News // Area High School Graduation Dates Set
Seven Windward high schools have set commencement dates and times for this month. For details, call the individual schools. Ceremonies are listed below. * Kahuku...

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Windward Oahu News // WCC Has Summer Surf Films
Windward Community College will present its first-ever Summer Surf Celebration Film Fest from 5 to 9 p.m. May 29 at Paliku Theatre. The free event...

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Windward Oahu News // Veggie U At A School Near You
Kailua Elementary School fourth-graders are helping to field test a new farming program that may become part of the state DOE curriculum. The school is...

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Windward Oahu News // Lei-making Scouts Need Flowers For Veterans’ Kaneohe Graves
This Sunday – the day before Memorial Day – Girl Scouts from across the island will attend a memorial service at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery,...

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Windward Oahu News // Dive Into Music At Workshops
Hawaii Music Institute’s upcoming educational series, Music Workshops 2014, could move aspiring musicians one step closer to forming their own bands. The modern drum set...

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Windward Oahu News // Trinity Senior Class: From Grand Tour Of Europe To Final Thesis
At Trinity Christian School, the seniors conclude their classical study of world history by checking out the highlights for themselves – by going there. Keeping...

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Windward Oahu News // Wells: Canada Helping Schools
A recent sales-incentive trip to Hawaii brought a celebrity jewelry empire in touch with a Windward-based nonprofit that helps fulfill the humblest needs of area...

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Windward Oahu News // Discovering Windward At The Mall
Oahu residents have “discovered” Kakaako, Kualoa and Kapolei, among other communities through recent targeted promotions, so now it’s finally time to Discover Windward. The free...

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Windward Oahu News // Imua, Windward Hula Halau
The 2014 Merrie Monarch festival has come and gone, but not before four Windward hula halau walked away with top prizes. During the April 20-26...

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Windward Oahu News // Artist Has One-night Show For Clubhouse
Cityscapes and sea life are among the many drawings and paintings available at “NE Hawaii,” an art show from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday from...

Windward Oahu News // Surfriders Looking Good For DI State Baseball Tournament
For the Kailua High baseball team, this week’s Division I state tournament offers an opportunity to close out in a big way what already has...

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Windward Oahu News // Foundation Aids Schools, Reef
Harold K.L. Castle Foundation is continuing its long tradition of supporting education on the Windward side with two recent grants. Among donations totaling $1,905,988 to...

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Windward Oahu News // WCC Offers Atelier Art Course
Painting like Michelangelo or Rembrandt isn’t just a pipe dream for would-be artists – Windward Community College’s Atelier Hawaii workshop May 27-July 3 will make...

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Windward Oahu News // Pony Club Stars At Benefit Fair
Therapeutic Horsemanship of Hawaii welcomes equine enthusiasts to its Horse Show & County Fair Fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Waimanalo Polo...

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Windward Oahu News // Chef, DOE Hoping To Sprout Keiki Farmers
Hawaii schoolchildren are helping to field test a new farming program that may become part of the state DOE curriculum. After seeing it for himself...

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Windward Oahu News // Castle Professional Center Brings Urgent Care To Kaneohe
Castle Medical Center recently opened an urgent care center in Kaneohe, helping to supplement the services of its busy emergency room on the main hospital...

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Windward Oahu News // Lanikai Melodrama Reprises Wives’ Classic Political Maneuver
Ancient Greece meets 19th century America meets Kailua in the Lanikai Mortgage Players’ spring melodrama, Wedlockout, or Bedfellows Make Strange Politics. The players hit Shreve...

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Windward Oahu News // Church Tackles Homeless Topic
Emmanuel Episcopal Church continues its free speaker series at 7 p.m. Thursday with a talk on “Tackling Homelessness in Hawaii.” Colin Kippen, chairman of Hawaii...

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Windward Oahu News // ‘World’s Most Experienced Airline’ Also Cooks Up A Storm
Teresa Webber flew around the world for 16 years on Pan American World Airways, which adds meaning to her current project. The 1966 Kailua High...

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