Archive for 2013

Nanakuli public library will be a welcome addition

Too long have the people of Nanakuli been without a library. The idea of a public library was introduced by Governor Linda Lingle in July of 2006, and funds were released to develop a project report and master plan.  It is onl...


Waianae Library News – September 2013

Greetings from Waianae Public Library, Waianae Public Library would like to publicize the first of two upcoming program to be held at Waianae Public Library. The first one will be held on Saturday, October 26, at 10 AM. This pr...


Kapolei Public Library will feature Queen Liliuokalani in October 2013

Celebrate the legacies of Queen Liliuokalani—music, love of homeland, and dedication to her people—in the 45-minute program He Lei, He Aloha at Kapolei Public Library, 1020 Manawai Street, Kapolei, on Saturday, October 12...


Closing Ewa Village Post Office Does Not Make Any Sense At All

Aloha, Add your signature to the petition of over 500 names, Call your representatives, send a letter, email asking that the Ewa Village Post Office NOT be shut down! Visit the Ewa Village Post Office on Friday, Sept. 19, b...



Hearing on illegal Hawaii Kai sludge dumping scheduled for Waianae residents

At a special meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board, community and government watchdog Carroll Cox will present information about the recent dumping of sludge from the Hawaii Kai Marina unto a Waianae property. Sandra Silva,...


Waianae High School student activities for 2013-2014

Waianae High School student activities program and upcoming events for 2013-2014 are as follows: Class Advisors for Graduating Classes 2014 – Mae Oshiro  A-104 2015 – Danyel Panui  FS-105 2016 – Leeann Manue...


Nanakuli High School September activities fire up student morale

Nanakuli High & Intermediate School update as told by Jean Nishi, advisor and coordinator for student activities: Hi, here’s what is going on at Nanakuli High & Intermediate School (NHIS)…. NHIS held its Wel...


Waianae school problems get Neighborhood Board attention

During its 2013 spring and summer meetings the Waianae Neighborhood Board considered problems in the Waianae district schools. With increased student enrollment, especially at the elementary school level, public parking is inad...



Special Ewa September 2, 2013, Labor Day Ewa History Train Ride

Aloha, On Sept. 2 a special Labor Day Holiday Train Ride will begin at 9:30 AM at the Ewa railway train yard located off of Renton Rd and Roosevelt Avenue near historic Ewa Plantation Villages. This is an annual Ewa event ...


`Ewa Plain’s Loss Also Hawaii’s Loss

Are you crying now or will you cry later?  The American Indians cried when the Great Plains and the buffalo disappeared after White settlers inhabited their land.  Consequently, their sources for food, clothing and shelter we...


Kapolei High School student activities for August-September 2013

Kapolei High School has opened its doors for the school year 2013-2014. It has planned the following student activities for August and September: Aug.   9 – Welcome Back Assembly. Aug. 15 – Club Recruitment Day. Va...


Ewa Neighborhood Board will reorganize itself in face of looming development

Under constant pressure to develop the Ewa plain, the Ewa Neighborhood Board will gear up by installing new officers, electing a new chairman, and selecting new delegates for its standing committees at their next general meetin...



Waianae Neighborhood Board uncovers heavy liquor consumption on its coastline

At its general meeting on June 4, 2013, the Waianae Neighborhood Board heard a report from Ken Takemoto, Chief Liquor Control Investigator of the Honolulu Liquor Commission (LIQ). He voiced concerns about the high volume of liq...


Hawaiian Farmer Mass Death “Holocaust” Site Now Called “Ho’opili”

The largest population on the Island of Oahu – at Honouliuli, a vastly rich one thousand year old ancient farming area, was quickly wiped out by the introduction of Western diseases.This is one of the largest known mass d...


Waianae Boat Fishing Club keeps harbor in tip-top shape

“All hands on board!” is the typical call for help at sea, but members of the Waianae Boat Fishing Club (WBFC) will rush to help on both land and sea at a moment’s notice. Since 1996 the club has supported the Waianae com...


Nanakuli High and Intermediate School starts 2013 school year

Nanakuli High and Intermediate School announces these upcoming events for the beginning of the school year: Thursday, July 25, 2013 – 2013-2014 Student Council Leadership Planning Meeting from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in th...