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Pastor Al and Linda Harlow pose for a photo after Sunday service. (PHOTO BY CATHERINE TARLETON| SPECIAL TO NHN)

Keeping the faith

Oct 21, 2014 1:00am

“Our default answer is ‘yes,’” said Pastor Al Harlow of Waikoloa Community Church. For almost 10 years, “Pastor Al” and wife Linda have said yes to club meetings and sewing circles, classes,...

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Chef and owner Stephen Rouelle, serves a vegetable noodle soup at his newly opened restaurant, Under the Bodhi Tree, located at The Shops at Mauna Lani. (PHOTO BY ANNA PACHECO | SPECIAL TO NHN)

Under the Bodhi Tree at Mauna Lani

Aug 26, 2014 1:00am

Bombarded with nutrient-deficient, high-calorie “junk” food at every turn, it’s no surprise that the number one health problem in the United States today is obesity. In Hawaii, the obesity rate...

Answering the call for a Boys & Girls Club in Waimea

Aug 26, 2014 1:00am

All of Waimea – families and community friends – are invited to start a conversation about safe, meaningful activities for children during “high risk” after-school hours when a high number of kids...

At an Aug. 12 meeting at the park, Dan Quinn, administrator for the DLNR Division of State Parks holds a poster showing Hapuna Park improvements while Russell Kumabe, State Parks Development Branch chief, explains projected future projects. (PHOTO BY LISA M. DAHM |NHN)

DLNR defines improvements for Hapuna Beach Park

Aug 26, 2014 1:00am

At an Aug. 12 meeting at Hapuna Beach Park, Russell Kumabe, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources development branch chief, discussed the state’s proposed improvements, repairs and...

Coqui-Free Waimea volunteers stop for a photo during a recent community coqui hunt on Puanuanu Place that included current and past residents of the street, as well as Coqui-Free Waimea volunteers. Join the Coqui Brigade SWAT team if you are willing to help a Waimea neighbor remove a frog. You can commit to “once in a while” or “when it’s near my home.” To help, email info@coquifreewaimea.org or call the hotline, 313-1094. (PHOTO COURTESY OF COQUI-FREE WAIMEA)

Coqui-Free Waimea

Aug 26, 2014 1:00am

This has been a busy season for Coqui-Free Waimea. The first year of our hotline had only a few calls a month. This year, the number has risen to several calls a week. It’s likely there are two...

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