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Puna legislative town hall meeting (Feb. 29)

MEDIA RELEASE WHO: Rep. Joy San Buenaventura (Puna); Sen. Russell Ruderman (Puna, Ka‘u) WHAT: Town hall meeting to discuss the 2016 legislative session WHEN: 5-7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29 WHERE: Pahoa Community Center 15-2910 Puna Road Pahoa, HI, 96778 Rep. Joy San Buenaventura (Puna) and Sen. Russell Ruderman (Puna, Ka‘u) will host a community town […]

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USGS Geologist lead the media and school personnel on a guided tour of the Kilauea June 27th Lava Flow where it crossed Apa‘a Street in Pahoa. The utility pole are wrapped in cinder, concrete pipes and wire to harden them against the heat of the lava flow. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Students, media tour lava flow

More than 1,000 students will get close-up view this week; upslope outbreak still advancing

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Rep. Gabbard addresses lava flow response on Capitol Hill

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard honored Hawai‘i County leaders Mayor Billy Kenoi and Civil Defense Director Darryl Oliveira for their tireless work in response to the June 27th lava flow in Puna.

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Emergency warning siren follow up test successful

MEDIA RELEASE A test of the emergency warning siren system Tuesday morning was successful, with all 71 sirens islandwide sounding. Crews will be dispatched to follow up on two reports of abnormal sounding – lower than usual volume in Paukaa and shorter than usual duration in Laupahoehoe. The emergency warning siren system is just one […]

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County seeking new Civil Defense administrator

MEDIA RELEASE The County of Hawaii will open recruitment for the position of Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator at midnight Sunday, June 16. Electronic applications will be accepted at jobs.co.hawaii.hi.us The Civil Defense Agency administrator is responsible for county civil defense programs under the direction of the mayor, including the development and maintenance of plans […]

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Fireworks permits available June 29

Fireworks permits available June 29

MEDIA RELEASE Fire Chief Darryl Oliveira has announced fireworks permits will be issued beginning Wednesday, June 29, at limited locations for the upcoming 4th of July celebration. The sites are: * Fire Administration Office at the County Building, 25 Aupuni Street, Suite 2501, in Hilo, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. June 29-July 1 * Fire Prevention Kona […]

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Fire chief's community update for West Hawaii (June 8)

Fire chief’s community update for West Hawaii (June 8)

WHEN: 9:30-10 a.m. Wednesday, June 8 WHERE: West Hawaii Civic Center, Community Meeting Hale Conference Room, Building G WHAT: Fire Chief Darryl Oliveira presents a community update on the fire department’s activities and projects in West Hawaii. The public is also welcome to attend the Hawaii County Fire Commission meeting at 10 a.m.

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Project expected to take 18 months to complete; will be biggest station on island.

Makalei Fire Station breaks ground

Project expected to take 18 months to complete; will be biggest station on island.

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Fireworks permits on sale from June 29

Fireworks permits on sale from June 29

MEDIA RELEASE The Fourth of July holiday weekend is approaching quickly and the Hawaii Fire Department would like to ensure everyone has a safe and memorable holiday and summer. With the drier-than-normal weather and some areas of our island community experiencing extreme drought conditions, everyone’s help is needed to prevent possible wildfires. If at all […]

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HOVE fire contained; two structures razed

HOVE fire contained; two structures razed

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor A brushfire in drought-stricken Ocean View burned at least two structures as firefighters contained the blaze late Thursday, June 10. By 9 p.m. the fire was considered contained, although fire crews surrounded the 80 scorched acres to knock down hot spots. Crews are to remain on scene overnight, […]

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The fire conditions on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire in the Kona area remain stable and limited to smoldering fires well within the fire breaks and perimeter.

Crews are maintaining twenty-four hour operations and monitoring the situation to insure all potential fire hazards are addressed and any changes are communicated to keep the public informed.

Kelakekua mauka fire update for Wednesday (Jan 27)

The fire conditions on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire in the Kona area remain stable and limited to smoldering fires well within the fire breaks and perimeter. Crews are maintaining twenty-four hour operations and monitoring the situation to insure all potential fire hazards are addressed and any changes are communicated to keep the public informed.

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Very little change has been reported over the past 24 hours on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire in the Kona area. Fire crews were on scene throughout last night and continued with mop up operations today. All burning and smoldering hot spots continue to remain well within the fire area. Some of these hot spots are estimated to be approximately one-quarter mile from the perimeter and in areas difficult to access.

Kealakekua mauka fire update for Sunday (Jan 24)

Very little change has been reported over the past 24 hours on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire in the Kona area. Fire crews were on scene throughout last night and continued with mop up operations today. All burning and smoldering hot spots continue to remain well within the fire area. Some of these hot spots […]

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Kealakekua forest fire update (Jan. 23)

Kealakekua forest fire update (Jan. 23)

Good afternoon this is Fire Chief Darryl Oliveira with a brush fire update for Saturday Jan. 23 at 4 p.m. Personnel and resources from the Hawaii Fire Department and Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate continue to perform mop-up operations on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire in the Kona area. Personnel have reported that the fire activity has […]

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Today's brush fire operations on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire operations continue to be focused on extinguishing hot spots and flare ups. Personnel from the Hawaii Fire Department, Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate and Forest Solutions were on scene and conducting those operations. Resources on scene today included 3 brush trucks and 4 all terrain vehicles. Conditions continue to improve and progress is being made with the mop up operations.

Kealakekua mauka fire update for Wednesday (Jan 20)

Today’s brush fire operations on the Kealakekua Mauka brush fire operations continue to be focused on extinguishing hot spots and flare ups. Personnel from the Hawaii Fire Department, Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate and Forest Solutions were on scene and conducting those operations. Resources on scene today included 3 brush trucks and 4 all terrain vehicles. Conditions […]

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