Archive for December, 2013

Year 2014: Hope for change and preservation

We wish everyone a happy and prosperous year in 2014. Happy days are sure to come if we cherish our communities by embracing all the dreams and beliefs of their different cultures. First and foremost, we must preserve the Hawai...


Winter Humor 2013



Once upon a wet, winter night…

Thunder sounded across the valley followed by lightning knifing the high peaks of the Ko`olau mountains. I peeked out the window to check for rain but found only a chilly, windless night. Minutes earlier, my mom had asked my da...


Leeward Reporter celebrates first year milestone

A year has passed since the Leeward Reporter started in December of 2012. We appreciate our readers and the comments they contributed during the past year. We hope to continue posting significant and meaningful news that occur ...



Kapolei Public Library offers Christmas holiday concert

Melemai Kapu’uwaimai Chorale and Vocal Ensemble will perform a concert of beautiful holiday music at Kapolei Public Library, Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 6:30 pm. This free concert features Christmas and Hawaiian favorit...


Nanakuli High and Intermediate news for November-December 2013

Jean Nishi, student activities coordinator for Nanakuli and Intermediate School, reports, “Here’s what’s been happening in November and December.” Nanakuli Interact Club members volunteered at the Patr...


Waianae Christmas parade will jump-start holiday festivities

The Christmas season in Waianae officially starts with the Waianae Coast Rotary Club’s annual Christmas Parade. On Saturday, December 14, 2013, the parade will begin at 10 A.M., departing from the Waianae Harbor and travellin...


Waianae High School December 2013 student activities

Waianae High School is holding various activities during the month of December. A food and clothing drive will be start on December 9, 2013, to donate clothing and food to the homeless. Anyone who wants to give to this collecti...