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The 4th Annual Kohala Trash Bash Art and Fashion show happens March 19-20 in Hawi.

4th Annual Kohala Trash Bash Art & Fashion Show (March 19-20)

The 4th Annual Kohala Trash Bash Art and Fashion show happens March 19-20 in Hawi.

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Permaculture design certification course (Jan. 15-21)

Permaculture design certification course (Jan. 15-21)

MEDIA RELEASE Where: Uluwehi Farm and Nursery, Hawi When: Jan. 5-21, 2010 Teachers: Craig Elevitch, Nik Bertulis, Tom Baldwin Experience the 72-hour permaculture design certification curriculum on a diverse permaculture farm at the northern tip of Hawaii Island. We shall learn this design science as a deep intuitive practice, broadening our awareness of natural whole […]

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Lighthouse Liquors grand opening New Year's Day in Hawi

Lighthouse Liquors grand opening New Year’s Day in Hawi

MEDIA RELEASE The community of North Kohala is now home to a totally new shopping experience. Known as Kohahla Spirits for more than 25 years, the completely remodeled Lighthouse Liquors in the center of Hawi Town holds its grand opening celebration at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 1, after the store blessing. The grand-opening gala includes […]

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Hawi Town Meeting with Hoffmann (Nov. 20)

Hawi Town Meeting with Hoffmann (Nov. 20)

MEDIA RELEASE 6 p.m. – Friday, Nov. 20 in the barn behind Luke’s Restaurant, Hawi Councilman Pete Hoffmann will review recent County Council actions to include the sale of the Hamakua lands, transparency in government, the establishment of a Food Policy Council, the upcoming publicly funded elections in 2010, and the introduction of a plastic […]

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Visit marks true homecoming for St. Damien, who served the people of Kohala for eight years. The first-class relic, bone from his foot, has been given to the Catholics of Hawaii for custody and veneration.

St. Damien relic touring Big Island through Friday

Visit marks true homecoming for St. Damien, who served the people of Kohala for eight years. The first-class relic, bone from his foot, has been given to the Catholics of Hawaii for custody and veneration.

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The Hawai'i Police Department is cautioning the public to be aware of athletes training for the Ironman Triathlon, which is scheduled for October 10.

"Please be aware that bicyclists and runners will be training along West Hawaii roads--especially between Hawi and Kailua-Kona--between now and the date of the event," said Captain Chad Basque. "We ask you to exercise caution and show your aloha."

Cyclists, athletes training for Ironman are out on the road

The Hawai’i Police Department is cautioning the public to be aware of athletes training for the Ironman Triathlon, which is scheduled for October 10. “Please be aware that bicyclists and runners will be training along West Hawaii roads–especially between Hawi and Kailua-Kona–between now and the date of the event,” said Captain Chad Basque. “We ask […]

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Hydraulic hammer stolen from North Kohala shed

Hydraulic hammer stolen from North Kohala shed

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawai’i Police Department is investigating the theft of a hydraulic hammer from a storage shed in North Kohala. The victim reported that sometime between June 27 and July 3, unknown persons removed a yellow, Kent, model KHB8G hydraulic hammer with the serial number 6XN036 from his property in Hawi. The hammer, valued […]

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Man robbed at gunpoint in Hawi Saturday

Man robbed at gunpoint in Hawi Saturday

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawai’i Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Section in Kona is investigating a robbery Saturday (May 2) around 6:30 p.m. in Hawi. The 69-year-old victim reported that upon returning home to his apartment, a man wearing a dark ski mask approached him, held a silver handgun to his head and demanded money. He was […]

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Hawi HI-5 Redemption Center Closed March 14 and 15, 2009

Hawi HI-5 Redemption Center Closed March 14 and 15, 2009

MEDIA RELEASE The County Department of Environmental Management and the ARC of Hilo will be closing the Hāwī HI-5 Redemption Center on Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15, 2009 at the Hāwī Transfer Station for upgrades to the site. The closest alternative HI-5 Redemption Center is at the Waimea Transfer Station. The Hāwī Transfer Station […]

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Hawi and Waimea HI-5 redemption centers to close temporarily

MEDIA RELEASE The County Department of Environmental Management and ARC of Hilo will be closing the HI-5 Redemption Center on March 7 and 8, 2009 at the Hawi Transfer Station due to upgrades to the site. HI-5 Redemption at the Waimea Transfer Station will also be closed on March 7, 2009 due to the Household […]

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Table Tennis Tournament in Hawi Tuesday

Table Tennis Tournament in Hawi Tuesday

The Hawi table tennis club is alive and well and hosting a free ping pong tournament for recreational players 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17 at the Hawi Gym. Prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place. All ages are welcome. What: FREE Ping Pong Tournament When: Tuesday, Feb. 17 Time: 6 p.m., Enter on site […]

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