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A pilot teledentistry program on Maui and the Big Island is extending access to care in a state where one in four children have untreated tooth decay.
The Maui wastewater case has far-reaching ramifications for the nation’s rivers, lakes and oceans. And it’s headed to a conservative Supreme Court.
People are urged to be on the lookout for the newcomer to Hawaii, which adds to the problems already hindering the rarely seen Kamehameha butterfly and host plants.
The result has been bittersweet. Stream water was restored to his East Maui land three years ago, but so many others gave up traditional taro farming during the long battle.
Buy local, give local. The holidays is a time to show thanks for all the aloha and acceptance our columnist and her husband have received living in Hana.
A new political era will begin on Kauai with the departure of longtime Mayor Bernard Carvalho, who is term-limited out.
On Kauai, voters were rejecting an amendment that would repeal the current term limits on County Council members.