Archive | February, 2009

UH-Hilo beat BYU-Hawaii in men's tennis, women post a loss

UH-Hilo beat BYU-Hawaii in men’s tennis, women post a loss

The University of Hawaii at Hilo men’s tennis team upset 27th ranked Brigham Young University-Hawaii 5-1 on the UHH Tennis Courts to record their first victory over their intra-state rival. Doubles: Kevin Tamura/Laurent Colombo (UHH) defeated Agnel Peter/Rong Ma (BYUH) 9-8 Luiz Gonzaga/Stephen Royalty (UHH) defeated Joseph Beck/Romeo Juhasz (BYUH) 8-5 Aaron Tada/Justin Dugan (UHH) […]

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Vulcans swept away by Sea Warriors

Vulcans swept away by Sea Warriors

Hawaii Pacific at UH Hilo (Game 1) Feb 28, 2009 at Hilo, HI (Francis Wong) Hawaii Pacific 7 (10-2,2-1 pwc) *Player * * ab * * r * * h * *rbi * * bb * * so * * po * * a * *lob * Valentine, Jacob cf 5 1 3 1 0 […]

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UH-Hilo softball team sweeps Lock Haven

UH-Hilo softball team sweeps Lock Haven

Lock Haven at UH Hilo (Game 1) Feb 28, 2009 at Hilo, Hawaii (UHH Softball Field) Lock Haven 0 (0-1) Player AB R H RBI BB SO PO A LOB —————————————————— Popovich, Julia lf……. 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Lopez, Ilia ss……….. 2 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 […]

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A late morning large dust-devil ripped the roof off Ka‘u High School & Pahala Elementary Saturday. Nobody was hurt but the roof was damaged and debris were sent flying over 100 yards away.

Mini-tornado ‘Dust Devil’ rips through Ka‘u High School

A late morning large dust-devil ripped the roof off Ka‘u High School & Pahala Elementary Saturday. Nobody was hurt but the roof was damaged and debris were sent flying over 100 yards away.

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UH-Hilo Vulcan men victorious while women post loss against HPU

UH-Hilo Vulcan men victorious while women post loss against HPU

Official Basketball Box Score Hawaii Hilo Women vs HPU-WBB 02/27/09 5:30 pm at Honolulu, HI ——————————————– VISITORS: Hawaii Hilo Women TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 10 Kualii, Ashley…… * 3-9 0-3 0-0 1 2 3 2 6 11 2 0 2 […]

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Underwater Noise ignored in Superferry EIS

Underwater Noise ignored in Superferry EIS

Aloha, Editor!!! It is well known that marine mammals are quite sensitive to underwater noise. Therefore, if the Act 2 EIS were legitimate, it would have included an investigation of the underwater noise produced by the Superferry. On 27 March, 2008 I requested DOT’S Michael Formby to measure the underwater noise and evaluate the impact […]

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Declaring February 28, 2009 Rare Disease Day in Hawaii

Declaring February 28, 2009 Rare Disease Day in Hawaii

Hawaii has a beautiful tradition of cherishing our keiki, so it is disappointing that our state officials have chosen not to join 29 other states in declaring February 28, 2009, Rare Disease Day in our state.  As part of a global effort, the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) coordinated a campaign to encourage governors […]

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BYU-Hawaii trounces UH-Hilo on the tennis courts

BYU-Hawaii trounces UH-Hilo on the tennis courts

The University of Hawaii at Hilo ran into a wall as top-ranked Brigham Young University-Hawaii came close to a clean sweep topping the Vulcans 8-0 on the UHH Tennis Courts. Doubles Women: Elwen Li/Yuan Jia (BYUH) defeated Eve Castaing/Christie Pagatpatan (UHH) 8-4 Wen-Ling Wang/Jenny Chin (BYUH) defeated Nicole Campbell/Justine Abella (UHH) 8-1 Shawni Porter/Ayako Ikeda (BYUH) defeated Akimi Kifune/Kari […]

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Wildcats take state championship in 2OT over Punahou with freshman sensation Emalia Galdeira scoring 23 points

Wildcats state champions in 2OT

Wildcats take state championship in 2OT over Punahou with freshman sensation Emalia Galdeira scoring 23 points

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Hawaii Pacific University's Alex Agortsas squares to bunt during the first game of a doubleheader against UH-Hilo Friday afternoon. HPU won this first game 5-2 but dropped the second game 3-4 at Wong Stadium.

UH-Hilo splits doubleheader with HPU at Wong Stadium

Hawaii Pacific University’s Alex Agortsas squares to bunt during the first game of a doubleheader against UH-Hilo Friday afternoon. HPU won this first game 5-2 but dropped the second game 3-4 at Wong Stadium.

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Kamehameha comes up short in state championship game

With less than 8 seconds remaining, the Kamehameha Schools – Hawaii girls basketball team saw its championship dreams crumble H at the HHSAA Girls Basketball Division II State Championships Friday, Feb. 27 at Blaisdell Arena. Molokai had possession and a foul by Kamehameha sent Molokai to the foul line. Hitting the first shot gave Molokai a […]

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Kenoi's budget message to council

Kenoi’s budget message to council

This is the text of Mayor Billy Kenoi’s budget message dated Feb. 27 and addressed to J Yoshimoto, County Council chairman, and members of the Hawaii County Council: As required by the Hawaii County Charter, submitted with this message is the proposed operating budget for the County of Hawaii for the fiscal year ending June […]

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North Hawaii Community Hospital open house

North Hawaii Community Hospital open house

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea, Hawaii (February 24, 2009)–The Big Island community is invited to an informal and informative Open House and state-of-the-hospital update on Wednesday, March 4, 6:00-8:00 p.m. at North Hawaii Community Hospital (NHCH). The free event begins with an open house at 6:00 p.m., followed by coffee and desserts at 7:00 p.m. in the […]

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Girls Division II: Kamehameha in championship game

Girls Division II: Kamehameha in championship game

Kaetlynne Paleka-Kennedy led Kamehameha Schools Hawaii with 13 points, while Shanley Apele and Joelle Cabasa contributed 8 points apiece while marching past Kaimuki, 42-41. Kamehameha takes on undefeated Molokai for the Division II crown. The game will be televised live on Channel 16. Tip-off is 5 p.m. Friday. — Find out more: www.sportshigh.com   Results, […]

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