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The last weeks of the school year were hard on some Big Island schools, and there’s concern about what’ll happen when they reopen Aug. 6.
Lava continues to flow along a path toward the ocean on a course that isn’t threatening new areas, at least for now.
The ongoing volcanic lava flow is raising many issues for students and their families.
Lava-formed land masses within the national park become federal land, and any ocean entries outside the park become state land.
Better technology has meant scientists have been able to accurately forecast Kilauea’s behavior as it sputters over Puna.
Lava flows threaten the plant’s destruction along with the property of many who have complained about the facility.
More than 200 evacuees are staying at a regional recreational center in Pahoa, with some living in tents and vehicles.
Officials had issued mandatory evacuation orders Friday to residents of Kapoho and Vacationland.