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Scott Conol-Pavao

Puna man charged with offenses in connection with a church break-in

Hawaiʻi Island Police have charged 28-year-old Scott Conol-Pavao with an array of offenses stemming from a break-in which occurred on, (April 7). Police responded to a report of a man that broke into a church and when confronted left the area on a motorcycle.

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Rat Lungworm support group meeting Wednesday (April 10)

MEDIA RELEASE Hilo Medical Center Rat Lungworm support group 4-6 p.m. , on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at the Keaau Community Center at 16-186 Pili Mua Street. The agenda will include: Welcome and introductionsImproving sleep by LaRae Barnes, MSN, FNP-C, from Sleep Center of Hawaii. LaRae Barnes, MSN is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner since […]

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Police charge Keaau man with drug and firearms offenses

MEDIA RELEASE Harvey Damo Sr. Police have charged a 58-year-old Keaʻau man for drug and firearms offenses after executing a search warrant at a residence in Keaʻau. After conferring with prosecutors, Harvey Damo Sr. was charged with first-degree commercial promotion of marijuana, prohibited acts related to drug paraphernalia, first-degree promotion of a detrimental drug, two […]

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KanakaCon 2019 comic book convention Sunday (March 10) in Keaau

Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Kula Waena will celebrate the world of comics this Sunday (March 10) with their first annual KanakaCon comic book convention.

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Police are searching for a Keaau girl reported missing

Hawaiʻi Island Police are searching for a 13-year-old Keaʻau girl who was reported missing. Yasmyne-Jade Gascon-Carvalho is described as being 5-feet-2-inches,115 pounds with brown eyes and dark brown hair with lighter highlights. She was last seen wearing a red t-shirt and blue denim pants. Please call the police department’s non-emergency number (808) 935-3311 if you […]

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Leaking propane tank left next to highway shuts down traffic in Keaau

Fire/rescue crews responded to a 9:29 a.m. alarm Tuesday (Oct 23) to an area about 200 yards east of the Keaau Transfer Station on Keaau-Pahoa Road (Route 130) for a leaking propane tank alongside the roadway.

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Fire burns Hawaiian Paradise Park home Monday morning (Aug 20)

Fire crews responded to a 9:05 a.m. alarm Monday (Aug 20) to the corner of Paradise Drive and Beach Road in Hawaiian Paradise Park for a structure fire. Crews arrived to find a two-story home with a fire and smoke in the bottom floor workshop/garage area. Firefighters had the blaze under control by 9:22 a.m. […]

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Hawaii Island Humane Society receives disaster grant for Kilauea Eruption work

The Hawaii Island Humane Society has received a $5,000.00 disaster grant from the Petfinder Foundation. The Petfinder Foundation disaster grant program is used to assist Petfinder members during hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, floods, earthquakes and other events that can devastate animal shelters and rescue groups. The disaster grants provide help when a natural or man-made disaster […]

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.Spc. Heidy Silvia, an U.S. Army Reserve dental technician X-rays a patient's teeth during Operation Tropic Care 2017 on the Island of Kauai.

The U.S. Army will be providing free medical care at Kea‘au High School June 18-28, 2018

The 1984th U.S. Army Hospital- Pacific, 9th Mission Support Command, will host Exercise Tropic Care 2018, a U.S. Army Reserve medical outreach exercise June 18 – 28 at Kea‘au High School, Hawaii. The Oahu-based 1984th USAH-P will conduct an Innovative Readiness Training Mission to provide medical care to the underserved communities of Hawaii.

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Evacuation shelters at Keaau Community Center and Sure Foundation relocate

The Hawaii County Department of Parks and Recreation wishes to notify the public that effective Friday, June 1, 2018, the eruption evacuation shelters at the Kea‘au Community Center and the Sure Foundation Church are being consolidated and relocated. The new location for the consolidated shelters will be at the Kea‘au Armory, in the back of […]

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Police seeking man caught on camera for a theft from a Keaau store

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaiʻi Island police are requesting the public’s help in identifying the person whose image was captured on surveillance cameras in connection with a theft from a Keaʻau store. On (March 10), an adult male stole a cellular phone that was inadvertently left on a Keaʻau store counter by a customer. He is described […]

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Army reserve to provide free medical care during June training in Keaau

The Oahu based U.S. Army Reserve will conduct a two-week readiness training mission in Keaau by providing free medical health screenings, dental services, eye exams, hearing tests, and more. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided for kids and a free legal clinic will be held on one day.

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Debra Smith, a Puna resident, found comfort at and emotional care at the Red Cross Pahoa Shelter. Photo courtesy of Red Cross.

Red Cross houses over 500 evacuees of the Kilauea eruption

As of midnight, there were about 484 residents at the Pahoa shelter and 25 residents at the Keaau shelter. 82 Red Cross workers have been assisting evacuees with their immediate emergency needs.

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Red Cross update on Puna shelters, and offer of Mother’s Day lunch for evacuees

Since May 3, the Red Cross, along with Hawaii County partners, have distributed hundreds of blankets, sheets, pillows, futons, towels, masks, toiletry kits, and other items; as well as nearly 5,800 snacks. The Red Cross is also working with the Salvation Army to provide meals. Additionally, trained Red Cross nurses and mental health volunteers are […]

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