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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Laurence J. Capellas supporters met with Ka`u's County Council member Brenda Ford yesterday.Photo by Julia Neal GOV. NEIL ABERCROMBIE HAS CALLED for a special legislative session on marriage equity to...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013

Patriot Day was proclaimed by Pres. Barack Obama and Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Ka`u High School honored the memory of the 9/11 attacks 12 years ago with student Ralph Landeros and campus security...

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Ka`u News Briefs Thursday, September 12, 2013

Sharwil avocados can go to the mainland for sale starting in October. Photo from epicenteravocados.com AVOCADOS COULD BE THE NEXT BIG EXPORT crop from Hawai`i,.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture...

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, Sept. 13, 2013

The value of the `Aina Koa Pono project, which is awaiting a decision by the Public Utilities Commission, is the topic of a letter sent by Pahala resident Bobby Gomes to the Commission. Photo by Julia...

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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013

Hannah's Makana `Ohana performed during the Kupuna Hula Festival in Kona this week. Photo from Nancy Stafford THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SAID IT’S SEEING PROMISING SIGNS of improvement in...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013

Del Bothof, of Volcano Winery, shows Japanese visitor Ko Ueno a new crop of grapes. The winery holds its firstHarvest Festival this afternoon. Photo by Julia Neal  ERADICATION OF LITTLE FIRE ANTS on...

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, Sept. 16, 2013

Pahala Pool Party met its goals raising money on Saturday for the South Swell swim team comprised of 21 youthmembers who will compete around the island. Swim meets are sponsored by the county...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory is keeping a watchful eye on Mauna Loa, where a recent swarm of earthquakesoccurred that is a possible, but not definite, precursor to the next eruption. Photo from HVO...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013

Pahala Public & School Library will be available more days and more hours beginning Monday, Sept. 30.Photo from Hawai`i State Public Library System PAHALA PUBLIC & SCHOOL LIBRARY INCREASES...

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Ka`u News Briefs, Thursday, September 19, 2013

Red zones show hot spots where geothermal energy production would be possible from Ka`u into Puna. Geothermal resources map from Geothermex A BAN ON FRACKING FOR GEOTHERMAL energy is going to the full...

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, September 20, 2013

Ka`u coffee farmers met  at Ka`u Coffee Mill last night regarding current pricing, land security and the coffee borer.Photos by Geneveve Fyvie KA`U COFFEE cherries are ripening and the harvesting...

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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013

Eight-Man Football team for the Ka`u Trojans celebrates its inaugural year yesterday with a win againstthe Kealakehe Waveriders. Photo by David Berry NA`ALEHU ELEMENTARY IS ONE OF FIVE Hawai`i Island...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013

A NOAA tool mapping effects of sea-level rise also displays other hazards and shows parts of Ka`u in red with highsocial vulnerability, taking into consideration economic data, buildings and potential...

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Ka`u News Briefs Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013

Volunteers and Habitat crew worked together on Veterans Helping Veterans Day to build Jim Helfenbein'sOcean View home. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WEST HAWAI`I is building a new house for veteran Jim...

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Ka`u News Briefs Monday, Oct. 28, 2013

Engineer Sadiq Zarrouk believes Hawai`i County's ban on fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, may obstruct the pathto energy independence. Geothermal resources map from Geothermex SADIQ ZARROUK, A...

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Ka`u News Briefs Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013

U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who gave the keynote address at Kilauea Military Camp's Memorial Day ceremony in May,is co-sponsoring legislation to improve privacy protections. Photo by David Howard Donald...

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Ka`u News Briefs Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013

With Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park re-opened, Stewardship in the Park programs are back on track. Volunteers canhelp Paul and Jane Field remove invasive Himalayan ginger every week in November...

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Ka`u News Briefs, Thursday, October 31, 2013

Loulu, the native Hawaiian Palm Prichardia lanigera, which grows in the Ka`u Forest Reserve and The Nature Conservancy Preserve, was named this week to the federal Endangered Species list. Photo from...

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Ka`u News Briefs Friday, Nov. 1, 2013

Sen. Brian Schatz helped launch the Washington, D.C. chapter of After-School All-Stars, a sister program to one in Ka`u which works in association with the local UPLINK program. In May, local...

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Ka`u News Briefs Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013

Humpbacks come to Ka`u and the longest uninhabited coast in Hawai`i each winter to calve and mate. Photo from NOAA PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA HAS APPOINTED GOV. NEIL ABERCROMBIE to serve on the...

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