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Kamehameha Schools Beloved Has Passed

Po’o Kula Lee Ann DeLima, headmaster of Kamehameha Schools Maui, passed on quietly on Saturday, Nov. 7, after an intense, yet brief battle with cancer. “Lee Ann DeLima” began her career at Kamehameha Schools Maui in October 1999 as Vice-Principal/Counselor. [She] has served in various roles at KS Maui – from 2001 to 2006, she has served as Interim K-8 …

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UPDATE: Trucker awaits brain surgery for tumor

A Paia boy who has captured the hearts of many across the State and nationwide over the years is awaiting surgery to remove a tumor from his brain. 2 1/2 –year old Trucker Dukes from Paia was diagnosed with stage-four neuroblastoma, which means cancer had spread to other parts of his body. Close family friend June Harper told the Maui …

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PHOTOS: 2015 Halloween on Front Street

October 31, 2015 the Halloween festivities kicked off in Lahaina Town at 4:30 pm with a Keiki Parade. The participants walked southbound on Front Street from Papalaua Street toward the Banyan Tree Park. There were an estimated one thousand (100) participants; including children dressed in costumes, for the parade. Police estimated 20,000 – 25,000 people in attendance. Here are some …

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Na Hale O Maui Builds Prototype Affordable Home

John Andersen, executive director of Na Hale O Maui, has announced that NHOM is “turning over a new leaf” and is building their very first new home that will be affordable in perpetuity and will never be sold at market price. “This was always our goal—the building of new homes affordable in perpetuity through use of a sustainable lease agreement …

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Respect The Night Of The Marchers

Usually takes place on a night with no moon and no stars in the sky and when the night is in complete darkness. In Hawaiian legend, Nightmarchers (huaka’i pō or “Spirit Ranks,” ‘oi’o) are the ghosts of ancient Hawaiian warriors. On “Po Kane Night” the night of the gods Kane, Ku, Lono, Akua, or on the nights of Kaloa they …

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VIDEO: Aloha Aina Unity marches down Lahaina streets

The “Aloha Aina Unity March” was held Sunday 10/18/15 in Lahaina. The march started at 10 a.m. near Mala Ocean Tavern and was followed by a rally at Kamehameha Iki Park, according to organizer Tiare Lawrence via press release. A similar event in Honolulu in August attracted thousands of Native Hawaiians and other residents. Like that march, Lawrence said the …

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Seen shadows at the corner of your eye?

2 years ago this photo floated around social media in Hawaii and till today we are still looking for the owner in which multiple wall posts claimed that it’s a real photograph taken from a cropped out the group picture at a school after an end of a night event. Have you ever notice shadows seen at the corner of …

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Public Input Sought on Proposed Expansion of Maui Bus Service

The County of Maui Department of Transportation is seeking input on proposals to increase Maui Bus Service, as outlined in the draft Maui County Short-Range Transit Plan. Four community information meetings have been scheduled and all are open to the public. The purpose of the meetings is to discuss the fixed route and commuter service and to present proposals to …

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Maui County to Offer Free Destruction of Computer Hard Drives Next Saturday

In observance of October as Cyber Security Awareness Month, the County of Maui will be holding a free drive-thru hard drive destruction and disposal service in the lower parking lot behind the Kalana O Maui County building on Saturday, Oct. 24. The service will be held from 10 a.m. to noon, with access to the parking area under the County …

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Afraid Of Your Pumpkin Melting?

In Hawaii your lucky to have your carved pumpkin to last a few days till Halloween. But many have suggested different ways to avoid the melting death of Hawaii’s humid weather like we had these past few months. Tips on the Internet like rubbing on all cut exposed surfaces with vaseline, it’s failing to seal it to help hold in …

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