Monthly Archives: March 2012
Below are highlights of what’s happening in Central Oahu. Fax items by April 4 to 585-6324 or email email@example.com. The..
Among Mililani head football coach Rod York’s priorities this off-season was to re-commit to establishing the running game. The recent..
The Taste of Waialua will celebrate area foods and industries April 7 at the Old Waialua Sugar Mill. Now in..
The parity on display within the OIA Red West this spring guarantees that baseball teams already are in playoff mode...
Area residents may take an eight-week TV production class right in their own back yard, starting April 4 in Kahuku..
Instead of the planned “talk story” session with world-renowned cinematographer Michael Prickett, Surfer the Bar will have a fundraiser tonight..
By ASIA FUJIKAKE Special to Central Oahu Islander The North Shore Chamber of Commerce’s Historic Preservation Committee held its third..
Rep. Gil Riviere (R) (Schofield-Kahuku) During election years, politicians are typically known to play it safe and avoid controversial issues...
Five Leilehua High School students on the Wahiawa Environmental Action Catalyst Team (WEACT) took first place in the fifth annual..
The executive vice president of Kyoya Co. has at least two swank dinners to look forward to, all because he’s..
Editor: Could your favorite park be at risk? The city charter states that city powers shall be used to serve..
The city Planning Commission will hear testimony at 1:30 p.m. April 4 on Hawaiian Earth Recycling’s proposal to build a..
As the Kapolei water polo team hits the straightaway of its season, head coach Dex Lee is sure of one..
Campbell forward Aaron Steele has been named OIA Western Division Player of the Year in basketball. A senior post-player, Steele..
Roy’s Ko Olina restaurant is back in business, following a kitchen fire in December. Diners can find their classic favorites,..
Webling Elementary School will conduct a Summer Fine Arts Program for students who have completed grades 1-5. The Aiea program..
The state’s conservation and efficiency program, Hawaii Energy, will team up with Leeward Community College and University of Hawaii-West Oahu..
Below are highlights of what’s coming up in West Oahu. Fax items to 585-6324 or email firstname.lastname@example.org one week ahead..