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June 11, 2017

UFC 212 Wai‘anae Winners Honored at Home

Waiʻanae natives UFC Featherweight title-holder Max Holloway and Yancy Medeiros were recognized with congressional certificates for their victories at UFC 212
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May 30, 2017

16-Inch Bearded Dragon Lizard Captured in Wai‘anae

A bearded dragon lizard was found in their yard on Hakalina Rd. in Waianae, a few blocks from where another bearded dragon was captured in April 2016.
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August 08, 2016

Shifting Sands Reveal Hawaiian Petroglyphs at Waiʻanae

Shifting sands along the Waiʻanae coast recently revealed a panel of Hawaiian petroglyphs that experts believe date back more than 400 years.
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February 06, 2011

Atomic Aftermath Bombs

It was a bizarre weekend for MMA in Hawaii. Other than the UFC fights and Steeler and Packer fan drunken backyard brawls, there were a few MMA events scheduled to take place this past weekend in Hawaii including Kauai’s Garden Island Cage Match 10: Mayhem at the Mansion 2 and the event currently surrounded by major controversy, Atomic Aftermath at Martinez Gym on Schofield Barracks Military Base, Oahu.
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November 13, 2010

Leilehua QB Sadanaga shreds Baldwin

Leilehua quarterback Kenan Sadanaga threw for a record 477 yards and five touchdowns in a 35-26 state football tournament win over Baldwin.
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October 11, 2010

Maui’s Ho’ole’a Terrace earns triple honors in Parade of Homes

The Building Industry Association of Hawaii (BIA-Hawaii) honored Maui’s Ho’ole’a Terrace at Kehalani Ulu Pono, with this year’s Best in Show Neighbor Island Award.  The project, entered by Stanford Carr Development, LLC, also won the awards for Multi-Family/Low Rise Division I up to $299,000, and Award of Excellence. Set within the master planned community of... Read more »
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August 11, 2010

Baldwin, Maui High kick off football season

Baldwin and Maui High will open their high school football seasons.
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February 11, 2010

Census Jobs Available in Hana, Waiehu and on Molokai

By Wendy Osher Hawaii local census offices are hoping to hire more than 3000 temporary workers to assist in the effort of counting the state’s population for the 2010 Census.  Officials say an estimated 300-400 people will be hired in Maui County.  Temporary jobs of up to two months include census takers, enumerators and crew... Read more »
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February 01, 2010

REVIEW: Halau O Kekuhi Furthers Repertoire in Hi’iaka Wahinepo’aimoku

By Jade Moss A young girl’s quest to find herself lies at the heart of the opera-length hula drama, Holo Mai Pele: Hi’iaka Wahinepo-aimoku and, as Hawaiian myth would have it, she transcends physical limitations and evolves to flourish into a goddess.  Bringing the legend of Pele and her youngest sister, Hi’iaka, back to contemporary... Read more »
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January 29, 2010

Halau O Kekuhi Performs on Maui in Holo Mai Pele Sequel

Halau O Kekuhi presents a sequel to their famed Holo Mai Pele at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center Saturday night, January 30, 2010.  The show continues the epic journey quest of Hiiakaikapoliopele, the youngest sister of Pelehonuamea, in her undertaking to fetch Lohiau, the chief of Haena Kauai. Halau O Kekuhi will act out... Read more »
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January 06, 2010

Halau O Kekuhi Presents Holo Mai Pele Sequel At MACC

Halau O Kekuhi presents a sequel to their famed Holo Mai Pele, it is Hi‘iaka: Wahinepo‘aimoku on Saturday January 30, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center Castle Theater. The show continues the epic journey quest of Hi‘iakaikapoliopele, the youngest sister of Pelehonuamea, in her undertaking to fetch Lohi‘au, the chief... Read more »
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November 25, 2009

State to Expand Artificial Reef at Keawakapu on Maui

The state will be adding 1,500 concrete modules to Keawakapu Beach on Monday in an effort to expand an artificial reef located about a half mile offshore. The public is asked to stay clear of the area as crews from the Department of Land and Natural Resources work to deploy the “Z” modules beginning at... Read more »
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January 19, 2009

CONGRESSWOMAN HIRONO ANNOUNCES $19.6 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING TO HELP STABILIZE COMMUNITIES AND PROVIDE AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN HAWAI`I

The federal government has released $19.6 million in funds to help stabilize communities and provide affordable housing in Hawaii.  Congresswoman Mazie Hirono said the grant comes at a crucial time for the state given the growing number of foreclosures and rising unemployment rate.  Hawai`i’s share of funds will be used to acquire and rehabilitate foreclosed... Read more »
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June 02, 2008

International Festival of Canoes, Part 5 – Hawaiian Art Gallery

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CANOES, PART 5–HAWAIIAN ART GALLERY The 2008 International Festivals of Canoes in Lahaina (held from May 18-21) featured a special attraction this year: a Maoli Art exhibit featuring native Hawaiian art by Native Hawaiian artists. Promoters Ianuali Kaonohiokalanikoholua and Daniel Anthony share the wisdom of the artists and the inspiration they draw... Read more »
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