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Opponents of the $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope project atop Mauna Kea continued to gather support from near and far Saturday while law enforcement activity... [Read More]
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Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard needs to attract about 30,000 more unique donors to her presidential bid to fulfill one of two criteria for making it... [Read More]
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Quarterbacks and rookies are scheduled to report to the Tennessee Titans’ training camp Monday and there is some symbolism in that for quarterback Marcus Mariota... [Read More]
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On Friday afternoon, all the marked stalls were taken and people were parking wherever they could along the tall hedge. A security guard was happy... [Read More]
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City Council Chairman Ikaika Anderson wants voters to abolish the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation and transfer oversight of the island’s troubled rail construction project... [Read More]
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A real American. There are many pathways to become one. Real Americans, citizens all, are of every ethnicity on the planet. [Read More]
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Social forums have created a global coconut wireless, which has incited thrill seekers to climb the Haiku Stairs in total disregard of existing laws, government-erected... [Read More]
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“Five, four, three, two, one, zero … we have … liftoff on Apollo 11.”... [Read More]
Tags: Apollo - Column - works
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Former President Harry Truman is credited with offering the suggestion that “if you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.”... [Read More]
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Born and raised in Papakolea, Lionel Wright was a sixth-grader when one of his uncles introduced him to rap music with gifts of cassette tapes... [Read More]
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The fast-moving events that unfolded last week show the Thirty Meter Telescope protests cannot be dismissed as a bump in the road. Increasingly, they seem... [Read More]
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One of Maui’s most dangerous beaches will host a special talk-story session on spinal injury prevention in conjunction with Hawaii Beach Safety Week. [Read More]
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The county Department of Public Works will be installing signs at busy crosswalks starting this week to remind motorists that state laws require them to... [Read More]
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Sometime around Memorial Day, the TSA changed its stance on carrying onboard a plane a medication that treats childhood epilepsy and on CBD oil, which... [Read More]
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It’s not that I’m against science; it’s that I’m against the desecration of lands that are culturally significant and sacred. Not to mention the numerous... [Read More]
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Everybody will benefit from the Thirty Meter Telescope, especially Native Hawaiians. Hawaii will become the epicenter for studies of the universe. Our economy will get... [Read More]
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While the vast majority of Hawaii residents, including Native Hawaiians, are in favor of the Thirty Meter Telescope, a small but very vocal group who... [Read More]
The nights are frigid for Hawaii — around 40 or 50 degrees. But warmth is plentiful in new friendships, hot coffee and gas heat lamps. [Read More]
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