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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
KAILUA-KONA — Kua Bay likely will go another year without lifeguards.
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Commercial aquarium fish collecting could be returning to Hawaii shores following a five-month pause.
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As Hawaii waits to see if the Thirty Meter Telescope has a future here, a last-minute bill crafted in the state Legislature has many worried that lawmakers could end up forcing the next-generation observatory out of the state.
Fire and rescue crews today will continue searching for a Canadian tourist who went missing while visiting the Champagne Pond in Kapoho Sunday evening.
Petco in Hilo officially opened its doors to customers Monday morning during a soft opening attended by about 50 people.
A cousin of Jolene Kapua-Allison described the 54-year-old woman who was shot to death Sunday in what police described as a murder-suicide as “Miss Aloha.”
A 31-year-old man left his family’s vacation home in Kapoho Vacationland subdivision to go swimming in Champagne Pond early Sunday evening and didn’t return, according to the Hawaii Fire Department.
“It’s been quite a week.” That observation by Napua Greig, kumu hula of Maui’s Na Lei Kaumaka O Uka and popular Hawaii recording artist, might be theunderstatement of the year.
Friction between county officials and West Hawaii septage haulers has been mounting formonths as pumpers contend policies at the Kealakehe Waste Water Treatment Facility are onerous and costingthem money.