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Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Big Island News

No Injuries Reported Following Hilo Structure Fire

No injuries were reported following a residential structure fire in Hilo Monday afternoon, May 9.

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Activities

Public Libraries Offer Self-Paced Online Music Lessons From Master Musicians

Want to learn how to play an instrument? Want to learn from a professional who mastered their art? Then look no farther than your public library.

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Big Island News

Legislature Passes Bill For Annual Observance of Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea

The state Legislature, for the first time in state history, is recognizing a holiday established during the Hawaiian monarchy.

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Big Island News

Watch: Men of Pa‘a Pay Respect to Kupuna During Day of Service By Tom Hasslinger

Members of a Puna nonprofit organization Men of Pa‘a visited Kailua-Kona this weekend to introduce their mission to the western side of the island as well as to restore the traditional and cultural practice of building cohesion with and showing respect to kupuna.

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Big Island News

Legislature Passes Several Key Energy, Environmental Protection Measures

Among the many measures approved during the 2022 state legislative session, which ended Thursday, May 5, were several bills that will benefit the environment and continue the state's push toward the use of clean energy.

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Ironman

Roth Attends IRONMAN World Championship in Utah; Event Returns to Big Island in October

Hawaiʻi County Mayor Mitch Roth traveled to Utah during the weekend to attend the 2021 IRONMAN World Championship, which was postponed from last October and moved from the Big Island because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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BIG ISLAND WEATHER
Maui

State’s $192M housing, civic center project in Kahului advances

A $192 million Kahului plan to develop 300 affordable and market-rate units, along with a civic center for state office space, cleared a hurdle in the approval process.

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New plan seeks to replace proposed six-story Wailuku Hotel with workforce housing

The proposed 125-unit multi-family complex was floated in place of the proposed Wailuku Hotel concept that was met with community opposition in 2020.

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Kauai

Public Libraries Offer Self-Paced Online Music Lessons From Master Musicians

Want to learn how to play an instrument? Want to learn from a professional who mastered their art? Then look no farther than your public library.

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Legislature Passes Bill For Annual Observance of Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea

The state Legislature, for the first time in state history, is recognizing a holiday established during the Hawaiian monarchy.

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