Monthly Archives: July 2014
Email Central Oahu calendar items to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug. 6 for the Aug. 13 edition. * WAHIAWA FILMS Free film..
The more sports the merrier is the theme when it comes to Waialua High School, according to athletic director Bryce..
Mililani’s Summer Bolibol can’t help but see the coming basketball season as an opportunity for her and her teammates to..
Kidani’s Korner…Sen. Michelle Kidani When the state Department of Agriculture (DOA) confirmed that fire ants had established a foothold in..
Mark Turansky, the senior pastor of Pacific Islands Bible Church and New Horizons president and CEO, is hosting an inpatient..
Two Mililani High School graduates were presented with honorary certificates July 9 after being inducted into the 2014 Hawaii High..
Lili’uokalani Protestant Church hosts its 38th annual Benefit Luau from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, with both takeout and dine-in..
“One thing I love about Hawaii’s concentrated musical community is its vibrant atmosphere — its closeness, intimacy, generosity and immense..
City News…City Councilwoman Kymberly Pine Earlier this year, I attended an event at Makaha Community Park and was alarmed to..
As Pearl City girls volleyball head coach Bryan Camello watched his players go through their first official fall practices last..
Send West Oahu items to email@example.com by July 30 to be considered for the Aug. 6 edition. * KEIKI FILM..
For readers looking to save water and expand their gardens, the Unthirsty Plant Sale will offer more than a dozen..
With back-to-school shopping underway, Makeke Kapolei asks that families remember others who may not be able to afford school supplies..
Send Windward items to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 30 to be considered for the Aug. 6 edition. Wednesday July 30 Munitions..
Fans of the film Million-Dollar Arm will have seen actor Bill Paxton’s portrayal of legendary pitching coach Tom House. But..
After going 4-1 at the prestigious Double Pump Best of Summer Basketball Tournament recently in Anaheim, Calif., you can’t blame..
By the time Sierra Koki was in seventh grade, she’d already dropped basketball to concentrate on softball. But when she..