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The bigger-than-life leader needs time to figure out what’s next, because he never expected to lose in the Democratic primary for LG.
Local fishermen say the impact of the April storm on tourism has been a boon to the fish population.
The bottlers have long sought a permit to validate the taking of a small amount of spring water that some customers say has healing qualities.
With the North Shore’s marquee destinations still off-limits to tourists, the small town has become a packed daytime destination.
The Hawaii market develops a taste for meat born, raised and slaughtered in the islands, and these ranchers are happy to serve it up.
But a UH archaeologist says the Russian presence was minimal — and any plan should focus on the fort’s place in Native Hawaiian history.
Fixing Kuhio Highway will be costly and complicated, but may provide impetus for a long-term plan limiting daily visitors in the area.
The state’s detailed assessment of damage includes destroyed homes and roads, lost tourism dollars and PTSD among residents.
The islands’ cane crop will never return to the production levels of plantation days, but it’s essential for these local businesses.
The storm’s toll in Hanalei and more remote areas includes destroyed homes, lost jobs and vanished tourist dollars.