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Chris Fleck
Newsmakers // Letter Carriers Deliver For The Hungry
USPS mail carriers are calling for the community to help Stamp Out Hunger. This year’s food drive marks the 20th anniversary of the national program...

Susan Kang Sunderland
Newsmakers // A Reluctant Hero Goes To Washington
Thanks to relentless work by friend Benjamin Ishida, Airman Albert Kalahana Kuewa’s name is finally inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C....

Christina O’Connor
Newsmakers // New Leader, Energy At The YWCA
The new CEO of the YWCA of Oahu wants to make it an ‘organization that is leading a women’s movement and making a difference’ In...

Chris Fleck
Newsmakers // A Day To Inform And Celebrate Kupuna
Sen. Brickwood Galuteria’s experience with his own mother led him to enlist the aid of two musical seniors to create Saturday’s Kupuna Day Respect, consultation...

Carol Chang
Newsmakers // Waianae Farmer In The National Spotlight
How a former high school dropout became an urban planner helping change how we grow our own food and how our youths look at the...

Nicole Kato
Newsmakers // Hopped Up For A Bunny Hobby
Rabbits come in all sizes and colors, and enthusiasts say they’re great pets. Many will be displayed at the upcoming Pet Expo. We’re all ears...

Chris Fleck
Newsmakers // Fan Support Helps UH Football Succeed
Na Koa Football Club supports the UH football team beyond funds received from the university. And with a new coach, new members also are needed...

Nicole Kato
Newsmakers // Here She Is, Hawaii’s Mrs. America
The newly crowned Mrs. America had never entered a pageant before running for Mrs. Hawaii. Now she’s taking her platform of raising fit and healthy...

Chad Pata
Newsmakers // Downtown Jack’s Sports A New Look
Local ownership is giving a local look (and taste) to the Bishop Square Jack in the Box, with plans to expand the concept Jack in...

Steve Murray
Newsmakers // UH Campus Newspaper Turns 90
A new exhibit celebrates nine decades of student journalism at Manoa, and asks compelling questions about the paper’s role She may be 90, but this...

Susan Kang Sunderland
Newsmakers // History Comes Alive With ‘Hawaiian Google’
A new program allows volunteers to put Hawaiian language newspapers online There are three types of history buffs: Those who study it, those who write...

Susan Kang Sunderland
Newsmakers // Making Justice For All A Reality
With liberty and justice for all – Pledge of Allegiance When you recited the Pledge of Allegiance in grade school, did you think the words...

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