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The Carlos Riveras Polo Team was started in the 1970s. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Mauna Kea Polo Club Hospice Benefit on Sunday, Nov. 30

Updated: Nov 18, 2014 5:08pm

The Mauna Kea Polo Club’s 2nd Annual Carlos Rivas Memorial Polo Tournament will be held at Waiki’i Ranch on Sunday. Nov. 30. It will benefit all three Island hospice organizations including...

This year’s youngest player at the Institute, Aidan James, is a 13-year-old prodigy from Honolulu, who will play at Friday night’s concert at Kahilu Theatre. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Ukulele Jam

Updated: Nov 18, 2014 5:18am
Nesin N.I.N.E. to perform at Waikoloa Bowl Sat., November 29. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Rhythm, Island and Blues

Updated: Nov 18, 2014 7:47am

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Students from Punana Leo perform the pule and chant during the Mauna Kea Resort’s third Annual Festival of Aloha on Sept. 21 at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The day included live music, hula performances, food booths and more. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Mauna Kea Resorts celebrates 3rd Annual Festival of Aloha

Oct 07, 2014 3:41am

Students from Punana Leo perform the pule and chant during the Mauna Kea Resort’s third Annual Festival of Aloha on Sept. 21 at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel, which is celebrating its 20th...

First place was Elin Kalaniopio’s stop-action photograph, captioned “When All Else Fails … Laugh,”

Waimea Alive! photo contest awards three top honors

Updated: Oct 07, 2014 8:25am

A spectacular black-and-white shot of a young boy trying to mount a horse took top honors at the 2014 Waimea Alive! Amateur Photo Contest. Elin Kalaniopio’s stop-action photograph, captioned “When...

The Royal Court leads the Paniolo Parade in Waimea on Sept. 20. (PHOTO BY ANNA PACHECO| SPECIAL TO NHN)

Paniolo parade honors two amazing women

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

The road from Church Row to the Waimea community park was lined with parade-goers for Saturday’s 39th Annual Paniolo Parade. The regal royal court made its way toward Parker School where they were...

‘Paniolo Power’ progress and ‘Blue Zone’ initiative to top WCA town meeting on Oct. 2

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

Dutch Kuyper, CEO of Parker Ranch, will return to the Waimea Community Association Town Meeting at 5:15 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 2, in the Waimea School cafeteria to provide a progress update on the...

From left, attorneys William “Kumu” Belcher and John Roth review estate planning documents at their office in Waimea. (PHOTO BY ANNA PACHECO| SPECIAL TO NHN)

Planning for the future takes time, expertise

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

You have a new house and two young children. Do you know what would happen to them if you or your spouse were gone? Or maybe you’re the type who plans well and took care of it years ago. But have...

Waimea community invited to explore the ‘Blue Zones’ potential

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

The “Blue Zones Project” is paying a visit to Waimea. A collaborative group, put together by Waimea Community Association, Waimea Alive!, Tutu’s House and several other community organizations,...

Meleana Warfield, Kulia Venturo and Miles Okumura, founder of the Peace events in Honoka’a, work with origami artist Bonnie Cherni to create paper cranes during Peace Week. (COURTESY PHOTO BY SARAH ANDERSON)

Paper cranes for peace

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

Meleana Warfield, Kulia Venturo and Miles Okumura, founder of the Peace events in Honoka’a, work with origami artist Bonnie Cherni to create paper cranes during Peace Week. (COURTESY PHOTO BY...

Community College holds informational meetings in N. Hawaii

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

The Hawaii Community College of the University of Hawaii is offering a new online accelerated certificate program designed to quickly give students specialized education with classes in: Business...

Dr. Larry Derbes at the front desk of his office in Waimea, Island Heart & Vascular. (PHOTO BY LISA M. DAHM| NHN)

Waimea cardiologist brings hope to patients with heart disease

Sep 30, 2014 1:00am

Heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming approximately one million lives annually. More die of heart disease than of AIDS and all...

Kohala Elementary School kindergartners practice a yoga pose with Robyn Skudlarek, Keiki Yoga Kohala program coordinator. (PHOTO BY LISA M. DAHM| NHN)

Strong minds, strong bodies, smart choices

Updated: Sep 30, 2014 2:35am

On a Tuesday afternoon, just when young students get antsy, Kohala Elementary School kindergartners are focused intently on Robyn Skudlarek. It’s OK to get the wiggles in her class – in fact, it’s...

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