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Ka`u News Briefs. Monday April 24, 2017

Teachers rallied at the Capitol for better education., and will vote on their union contract Thursday. Photo from HSTA THE BARGAINING UNION FOR HAWAI`I PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS, after nine months of...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Pahala Equestiran Lorilee Lorenzo is back to her Pahala home after riding in the Merrrie Monarch Parade in Hilo over the weekend. She was joined by youth members of the Hawai`i Horse Owners...

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Ka`u News Briefs, Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Fighting to the end with Trevor Taylor ripping 17 kills, Ka`u Trojans ended their boys volleyball seasonTuesday night in a playoff game against Pahoa, after a stellar winning season with only one...

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Ka`u News Briefs Thursday, April 27, 2017

A LIDAR scan, taken inside a cave in Ocean View as a film is made to depict Mars. KA`U HOSTS A FILM CREW,  DEPICTS MARS: A voyage to Mars may be only a fanciful dream. But when the BBC asked leading...

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, April 28, 2017

Lands around Pohue Bay and its anchaline ponds, petroglyphs and other features have goneon the real estate market for $18 million. It is also on the county's list for preservation.Photo by Peter...

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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, April 29, 2017

Youth organizers and their mentors, including Ka`u High and Pahala Elementary School Principal Sharon Beck,manned educational displays like the one for Big Island Substance Abuse Council at the...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, April 30, 2017

If the Ocean View Solar project is allowed to proceed, at least five solar installations, each covering morethan two acres, would be seen dotted among the sparsely separated homes in this photo....

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, May 1, 2017

Tiny Houses, according to proponents of the bill at the legislature, would provide affordable abodes forfarmers to stay close to their crops and livestock and also make farm worker housing more...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, May 3, 2017

One of the many maps, along with much data and description, in the Ka`u Community Development Plan,which goes to public hearing on Wednesday, May 10, 5:30 p.m., Na`alehu Community Center.See the plan...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, May 3, 2017

The Na`alehu sewage treatment plant would be located near Na`alehu School, makai of Hwy 11.Image from County of Hawai`i  GANG CESSPOOLS IN NA`ALEHU AND PAHALA will be shut down. The Environmental...

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Ka`u News Briefs, Thursday, May 4, 2017

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said she supports an Expanded and Improved Medicare for All Act, rather than the Trumpcarebill that passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday. Photo from National Nurses...

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Ka`u News Briefs May 5, 2017

Papahānaumokuākea is a National Marine Monument, with a status in jeopardy under an Executive Order fromPres. Donald Trump to review the status of five marine monuments in the U.S. NATIONAL MONUMENT...

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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, May 6, 2017

Big Island Democrats held their annual convention on Saturday and talked about climate change,the needs for the elderly, homelessness and other topics. Photo from Big Island Video News NEW LEADERSHIP...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, May 7, 2017

Tiny Houses, 500 square feet or smaller, will be allowed on agriculturally zoned land for farmer housingonly, if Gov. David Ige signs the bill that passed the 2017 Hawai`i Legislature. Photo from One...

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, May 8, 2017

Miss Ka`u Coffee pageant contenders visit farms to support the farmers who gave new life to Ka`uafter the sugar industry shut down, 21 years ago this past April, before most of these girls were...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The state Office of Early Learning is hoping for more enrollment of Pre-Kindergarten nextsemester at Na`alehu School. Enrollment is now open for both Pahala and Na`alehu. Seestory below. Photo from...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Ka’u’s finest were on hand to welcome community members to join them for coffee and cookies at the Na’alehufarmers’ market outside Ace Hardware on Wednesday. From left to right are Officers Bill Doar,...

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Ka`u News Briefs Thursday, May 11, 2017

Candidates for Miss Ka`u Coffee, Jr. Miss Ka`u Coffee, Miss Peaberry and the Ka`u Coffee Flower converge of Ka`u Coffee farms to get ready for this Saturday's pageant at 6 p.m. at Ka`u Coffee Mill....

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, May 12, 2017

Miss Ka`u Coffee Pageant will take place Saturday evening at 6 p.m. at Ka`u Coffee Mill, under the direction ofKa`u Coffee farmer Trini Marques who also directed the 2016 pageant with winners...

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Ka`u News Briefs, Saturday, May 13, 201

Miss Ka`u Coffee 2017 Court, the pageant held Saturday evening at Ka`u Coffee Mill. Photo by Pam Taylor JAMI BECK IS MISS KA`U COFFEE 2017. The 18-year old University of Hawai`i - Hilo student who...

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