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August 03, 2017

Police Force Questioned During Injury to Demonstrator at Kāko’o Haleakalā Protest

Police force has been questioned following an injury reported during an arrest of one of the demonstrators during the Kāko’o Haleakalā protest on Maui Wednesday
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August 01, 2017

Kāko’o Haleakalā Protest: Police Force Questioned During Injury to Demonstrator

Six people were arrested during a Kāko'o Haleakalā demonstration in which protesters formed lines, bound together at the hands and lay on the ground as police..
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August 01, 2017

Demonstration Planned on Maui Telescope Convoy Route to Haleakalā

The group Kākoʻo Haleakalā is protesting ongoing construction atop the mountain, which they consider sacred.
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July 31, 2012

Incentives Offered to STEM, Hawaiian Culture Students at UHMC

Awarded students will receive an annual performance-based stipend award in the amount of $3,500 or $5,000.
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December 08, 2010

Land Board approves Haleakala Management Plan and ATST

The state BLNR approved a Conservation District Use Permit for the world’s largest solar telescope atop Haleakala on Maui. The $298 million Advanced Technology Solar
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June 04, 2009

PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT ON SOLAR TELESCOPE ATOP HALEAKALA

Public meetings will be held in June to discuss the proposed Advanced Technology Solar Telescope atop Haleakala on Maui.  The National Science Foundation is considering funding the construction of the telescope that would be 142.8 feet high and 84 feet in diameter.  The solar telescope would be located atop the summit on lands managed by... Read more »
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May 13, 2009

PROPOSED TELESCOPE EIS RELEASED: SCIENTISTS SAY HALEAKALA IS ONLY SITE TO SATISFY GOALS

The State completed work on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on a planned Advanced Technology Solar Telescope atop Haleakala.  The project is proposed for location at the High Altitude Observatory site and is subject to a 45 day public comment period.  There will be a series of hearings to discuss the findings in June.  The... Read more »
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January 06, 2009

HALEAKALA SUPERINTENDENT TO RETIRE

After 34 years with the Federal Service, Haleakala National Park Superintendent, Marilyn H. Parris, will retire at the end of this month.  During her four years on Maui, Parris was credited with her influence in helping the park to acquire more than 4,000 acres of native ecosystem lands at Nu’u in East Maui for protection... Read more »
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