Archive | June, 2011

Randall Chong, 46 year-old man, reporting missing, left home in Wainaku on Tuesday (June 28) in the morning hours and has not returned. Party takes medication and is in the need of medical assistance. He is 5'6", 220 pounds, black hair, brown eyes. If located contact Police.

Police searching for Wainaku man reported missing

Randall Chong, 46 year-old man, reporting missing, left home in Wainaku on Tuesday (June 28) in the morning hours and has not returned. Party takes medication and is in the need of medical assistance. He is 5’6″, 220 pounds, black hair, brown eyes. If located contact Police.

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Wish you were here? Sandcastles

Wish you were here? Sandcastles

Hawaii 24/7 photography by Karin Stanton There may be a paddling regatta going on in Kailua Bay, but for one youngster it’s all about building sandcastles on the beach fronting Hulihee Palace … And watching the next wave knock them down. Circle of life, kiddo. Get used to it!

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After five years of intensive reviews, the College of Pharmacy (CoP) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo has been granted full accreditation by the national agency that regulates pharmacy schools.

At a June 24, 2011 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) voted to award the college full accreditation for a period of two years.

UH-Hilo College of Pharmacy accomplishes accreditation goal

After five years of intensive reviews, the College of Pharmacy (CoP) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo has been granted full accreditation by the national agency that regulates pharmacy schools. At a June 24, 2011 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) voted to award the college full […]

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Missing Puna woman, Kathleen Lee Carvalho, has been located safe and in good health. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance in this case.

Police find Puna woman Carvalho who was reported missing

Missing Puna woman, Kathleen Lee Carvalho, has been located safe and in good health. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance in this case.

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In the early morning hours of Wednesday (June 22) cameras outside the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope and Subaru Telescope captured a mysterious bubble of light in the Eastern sky.

Mystery flash in sky seen from Mauna Kea has folks baffled

In the early morning hours of Wednesday (June 22) cameras outside the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope and Subaru Telescope captured a mysterious bubble of light in the Eastern sky.

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State plan aims to reduce corrections costs

State plan aims to reduce corrections costs

MEDIA RELEASE In an effort to improve Hawaii’s prisons and criminal justice system, Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced a collaborative effort called “justice reinvestment” to reduce the number of prisoners being sent out of state, lower recidivism and prevent crime. The initiative is a partnership between the state, the Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice […]

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County, State and private organizations are coordinating efforts for the Fourth of July Celebration.  The “2011 Hilo Bay Blast” will feature activities for families throughout the day at the Hilo Bayfront areas.

2011 Hilo Bay Blast to feature BBQ cook-off, games, music and fireworks show

County, State and private organizations are coordinating efforts for the Fourth of July Celebration. The “2011 Hilo Bay Blast” will feature activities for families throughout the day at the Hilo Bayfront areas.

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College of Pharmacy accomplishes accreditation goal

College of Pharmacy accomplishes accreditation goal

MEDIA RELEASE After five years of intensive reviews, the College of Pharmacy (CoP) at the University of Hawaii at Hilo has been granted full accreditation by the national agency that regulates pharmacy schools. At a June 24 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) voted to award the college […]

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'I would tuck my kids to sleep in the van, and they would ask me, 'Daddy, when will we get a house with a shower and bedrooms?''

New partner family for Habitat affiliate

‘I would tuck my kids to sleep in the van, and they would ask me, ‘Daddy, when will we get a house with a shower and bedrooms?”

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Kalani to host LGBT Pride celebration (July 3)

Kalani to host LGBT Pride celebration (July 3)

MEDIA RELEASE The Anuenue Freedom Festival held Sunday, July 3 at Kalani will be the Big Island’s only LGBT Pride celebration this year. Featuring entertainment and events throughout the day such as ecstatic dance, a pool party, wellness samples and market stalls, the festival will culminate in cabaret-themed performances and fireworks at night. President of […]

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Kenoi family vacationing in Japan

Kenoi family vacationing in Japan

MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi and his family departed Tuesday on a family vacation to Japan. The trip by the mayor, his wife Takako and their three children fulfills a promise the mayor made to his family earlier this year. The trip will include a visit with the children’s great-grandmother, who lives in Kagoshima. The […]

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'Green Power' hero launches clean energy camp

‘Green Power’ hero launches clean energy camp

MEDIA RELEASE Green Power Girl and the Green Power Heroes in partnership with Friends of NELHA is presenting the Clean Energy Adventure Camp at the Hawaii Gateway Energy Center at NELHA in July and August. Environmental educator Susan Cox (aka Green Power Girl) developed the Green Power Hero School Energy Awareness Program that has been […]

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The dedication ceremony was held on Saturday (June 25) with a traditional blessing and was open with exhibits, food and music at Pukalani Stables.

Paniolo Heritage Center becomes a reality in Waimea

The dedication ceremony was held on Saturday (June 25) with a traditional blessing and was open with exhibits, food and music at Pukalani Stables.

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Parker recognized by Hawaii Arts Alliance

Parker recognized by Hawaii Arts Alliance

MEDIA RELEASE For more than three decades the Hawaii Arts Alliance has been recognizing exemplary schools that teach the arts as disciplines as well as integrating arts into other subjects with Arts Excellence Awards. Parker Middle School has been selected to receive a 2011 Arts Excellence Award. The Hawaii Arts Alliance is dedicated to cultivating […]

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