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"After the property and building have been returned to DLNR either the DOE or the County will be able to submit a formal request for the management and control of the site, and we will work with them to ensure a smooth transition."

Holualoa Public Library permanently closed, to be turned over to DLNR

“After the property and building have been returned to DLNR either the DOE or the County will be able to submit a formal request for the management and control of the site, and we will work with them to ensure a smooth transition.”

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Big Island Police are requesting the public's assistance in locating a man wanted for an outstanding bench warrant related to a burglary, stolen vehicles and drug offenses.

29 year-old Kaulike Rice is wanted in connection with a recent indictment handed down by a Grand Jury. The indictment charges Rice as being responsible for a burglary which occurred in Holualoa this past September 10th in which computer equipment, vehicle documentation, lawn care equipment, a large amount of savings bonds and a significant amount of jewelry was taken

Police searching for man in connection with Holualoa burglary

Big Island Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a man wanted for an outstanding bench warrant related to a burglary, stolen vehicles and drug offenses. 29 year-old Kaulike Rice is wanted in connection with a recent indictment handed down by a Grand Jury. The indictment charges Rice as being responsible for a burglary […]

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Jim Skibby, Bob and Nancy Male, members of the Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club will share a bonsai presentation on Friday, September 10, 2010 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at the Donkey Mill Art Center.

“Bonsai Club”: Presentation by Jim Skibby, Bob & Nancy Male

Jim Skibby, Bob and Nancy Male, members of the Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club will share a bonsai presentation on Friday, September 10, 2010 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Donkey Mill Art Center.

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The Holualoa Foundation for Arts and Culture recently announced the appointment of Kate Jacobson as the organization’s Executive Director. Jacobson will oversee all aspects of programs, special events and operations at the Donkey Mill Art Center.

Jacobson brings to the Holualoa Foundation for Arts and Culture years of experience as both a professional artist and a community organizer.

Holualoa Foundation for Arts & Culture appoints new director

The Holualoa Foundation for Arts and Culture recently announced the appointment of Kate Jacobson as the organization’s Executive Director. Jacobson will oversee all aspects of programs, special events and operations at the Donkey Mill Art Center. Jacobson brings to the Holualoa Foundation for Arts and Culture years of experience as both a professional artist and […]

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Holualoa Foundation for Arts & Culture welcomes the return of their signature cultural event “Cool Fusion” Sunday, September 5, 2010 from Noon to 3:00 p.m. at Donkey Mill Art Center.  During this 4th annual fundraising event, an astounding 1000 ceramic bowls were hand-made by several local artists at Donkey Mill Art Center's ceramics studio.

‘Cool Fusion’ opening fundraising event in Holualoa Sunday (Sept 5)

Holualoa Foundation for Arts & Culture welcomes the return of their signature cultural event “Cool Fusion” Sunday, September 5, 2010 from Noon to 3:00 p.m. at Donkey Mill Art Center.  During this 4th annual fundraising event, an astounding 1000 ceramic bowls were hand-made by several local artists at Donkey Mill Art Center’s ceramics studio.

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Hawaii County police report that Route 180 (Mamalahoa Highway) is open for two-way traffic in Holualoa. The roadway was closed between the 6 and 7 mile markers due to a downed power line.
A downed utility pole 50 yards south of Keopu Mauka Road in North Kona has closed Route 180 in both directions for about an hour (until 12:30 p.m.) 

HELCO crews are at the scene. 

Motorists should use Kuakini Highway until Route 180 is reopened.

Mamalahoa Hwy in Holualoa re-opens after downed power lines repaired

Hawaii County police report that Route 180 (Mamalahoa Highway) is open for two-way traffic in Holualoa. The roadway was closed between the 6 and 7 mile markers due to a downed power line. A downed utility pole 50 yards south of Keopu Mauka Road in North Kona has closed Route 180 in both directions for […]

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Tomoko Nakazato and Matt Rechs, talented young artists will share their recent works via a show & tell presentation on Saturday, July 24, 2010 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Donkey Mill Art Center.

“Through the Donkey’s Eyes”: Presentation by artists Tomoko Nakazato and Matt Rechs

Tomoko Nakazato and Matt Rechs, talented young artists will share their recent works via a show & tell presentation on Saturday, July 24, 2010 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Donkey Mill Art Center.

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Biochar workshop for gardeners and farmers (July 25)

Biochar (biomass charcoal) is a special type of charcoal made to optimize characteristics that make it useful in agriculture. As a soil amendment, biochar has been shown to dramatically increase crop yield and fertilizer efficiency. It also remains in the soil for decades, helping to slow release of carbon into the atmosphere. Participants will learn […]

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A 51-year-old woman from Waimea died Tuesday (April 13) from injuries she sustained in a one-vehicle crash on Route 180, 150 feet south of the five-mile marker in Hōlualoa, North Kona. The woman has been identified as Jerridee L. Halliwell.

Waimea woman killed in fiery Holualoa car crash Tuesday (April 13) identified

A 51-year-old woman from Waimea died Tuesday (April 13) from injuries she sustained in a one-vehicle crash on Route 180, 150 feet south of the five-mile marker in Hōlualoa, North Kona. The woman has been identified as Jerridee L. Halliwell.

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Fatal vehicle crash in Holualoa (April 13)

Fatal vehicle crash in Holualoa (April 13)

Police were still on the scene of a one-vehicle fatal crash in Holualoa at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 13. The crash was reported about 4 p.m. and prompted authorities to close Route 180, or Mamalahoa Highway, for a short time. The road was reopen by 8 p.m. Police confirmed one person was killed in the […]

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Police traffic investigators have identified a 53-year-old Kealakekua man who died Monday (February 8) from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle crash on Route 180 .1 mile north of Hualālai Road in Kailua-Kona.

The victim was identified as Mark D. Bilan, of a Kealakekua address.

This was the 6th traffic fatality on the Big Island this year compared with four [corrected] at this time last year.

Updated: Motorcycle rider who died in Kona crash identified

Police traffic investigators have identified a 53-year-old Kealakekua man who died Monday (February 8) from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle crash on Route 180 .1 mile north of Hualālai Road in Kailua-Kona. The victim was identified as Mark D. Bilan, of a Kealakekua address. This was the 6th traffic fatality on the Big Island […]

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Healthy soil conference early sign up (Jan. 8)

Healthy soil conference early sign up (Jan. 8)

MEDIA RELEASE Healthy soil, nutrient-rich foods and a healthy body! Explore the relationship between healthy soil and healthy bodies at Hawaii Island’s first Body and Soil Farm Health Conference on Jan. 23-24 at Waiaha Whole Systems Farm in Holualoa, Kona. The early registration discount ends Jan. 8. The conference, “Culturing the Micro-Flora of the Body […]

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First state scenic byway receives DOT grant

First state scenic byway receives DOT grant

MEDIA RELEASE The state Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced the Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Corridor, Hawaii’s first state scenic byway, has received a $29,140 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, achieving the first in a series of steps required to be designated as a National Scenic Byway. The Kona Heritage Corridor […]

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The upcountry coffee and art town of Holualoa kicks off the holiday season with their 13th annual Music & Light Festival on Saturday evening, December 5th, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

Holualoa Music & Light Festival Saturday (Dec. 5)

The upcountry coffee and art town of Holualoa kicks off the holiday season with their 13th annual Music & Light Festival on Saturday evening, December 5th, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

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