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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017

Redoubt Volcano, shown here on April 4, 2009, is just one of the more than 50 historically active volcanoes monitored by the AlaskaVolcano Observatory, a sister USGS organization to Hawaiian Volcano...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017

The Police Ocean View Mini Station is not used enough to keep the police around the neighborhood, according toOcean View residents who have launched a petition drive for a larger station next to the...

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, Jan. 16, 2017

HI-SEAS dome welcomes eight crew members for an eight-month stay beginning this Thursday onMauna Loa. The goal is to simulate life confined to long-distance space exploration. See story below. Photo...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017

O Ka`u Kakou volunteers for the annual Keiki Fishing Tournament at Punalu`u are busy organizing the event for this Saturday.Photo by Peter Anderson HAWAI`I'S TWENTY-NINTH LEGISLATURE 2017 OPENS...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017

The Miloli`i Canoe Club, once again on the water for the past three years, after a long history of canoe culture and competition over the decades, is getting ready for paddling season and inviting new...

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Ka`u News Briefs Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017

Hawai`i Sen. Brian Schatz took to the U.S. Senate floor yesterday to oppose the Donald Trump nomination of Scott Pruitt whom Shatzcalled a "climate denier."Photo from C-SPAN HAWAI`I SEN. BRIAN SCHATZ...

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, Jan. 20, 2017

‘Alalā, the Hawaiian crows, are featured in a new documentary film by the state Department of Land & Natural Resources.It airs this weekend on KFVE-TV (K5). See story below. Image from DLNR KA`U'S...

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Ka`u New Briefs Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017

Most Fish Caught in three age groups went to Rylan Egusa, Hanalei Baji and Dana Jo Akana at today's NinthAnnual Keiki Fishing Tournament sponsored by O Ka`u Kakou at Punalu`u Beach. See story...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017

Marches in Hilo and Kona drew thousands on Saturday. See story below. Photo from Big Island Video News A PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED GRADING STANDARDS for  Ka`u, Kona and other locally grown coffees...

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, Jan. 23, 2017

Shaka Tea, made from māmaki grown in Wood Valley above Pahala, made Hawai`i'sState of the State address by Gov. David Ige today. Photo from Shaka Tea  MAMAKI GROWN ON  WOOD VALLEY RANCH MADE THE STATE...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017

Ka`u or Mauna Loa Silversword receives the protection of fencing, flown into its habitat, high on the volcano. See story below. Photo from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service THE STATE OF THE STATE...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017

Anchaline Ponds are on the 16,000 acre property that includes Pohue Bay, which is listed on the county'swish list for preservation through the Public Access, Open Space and Natural Resources...

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Ka`u News Briefs Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

The lava stream pouring out of an episolde 61g lava tube on Thursday into the Pacific Ocean, triggers pulsating explosions that throw bits of lava onto the top of the sea cliff at Kamokuna ocean...

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, Jan. 27, 2017

Yellowstone National Park is a sister park to Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park and is the site of Earth's largest concentration ofgeysers, as well as steam vents, hot springs, and mudpots. These...

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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017

The season for counting humpback whales is underway, with an official count by volunteers and Hawaiian IslandsHumpack Whale National Marine Sanctuary staff on Saturday at Punalu`u and Ka Lae, as well...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017

Teach for America staff and teachers traveled to Wood Valley to work at a Native Hawaiian mamaki tea farm with  `Uhane Pohaku Na Moku O Hawai`i and met at Pahala Plantation House on Saturday to learn...

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, Jan. 30

Great Crack lands between Hwy 11 and the coast between Pahala and Volcano are still tied up in foreclosure suits, afterthe National Park Service received funding for its purchase last year. Photo from...

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Ka`u News Briefs, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017

Lava stream pours out of a lava tube on the sea cliff at Kamokuna ocean entry in Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park, whichis drawing record numbers of visitors to see Madame Pele. Photo from USGS...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, Feb.1, 2017

Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary is seeking advisors from the public to sit on its council, ashumpbacks give birth and raise their young in nearshore waters of Ka`u before...

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Ka`u News Briefs Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017

 Sunblocks, sunscreens contribute to the bleaching and death of corals. Photo from Duke University CHEMICAL BLOCKERS FOUND IN SUNSCREENS that are toxic to corals in the ocean are addressed by bills...

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