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Vaccine acceptance high in Hawaii

An average of 78% of nursing home staff in Hawaii have taken the COVID-19 vaccine.

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CALENDAR TODAY TENNIS PacWest men: Hawaii Pacific vs. Hawaii Hilo, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at Waimea Fairmont Orchid Tennis Center. SUNDAY TENNIS PacWest women: Hawaii Pacific vs. Hawaii Hilo, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Read More
12-year-old helps Kauai kupuna celebrate Valentine’s Day

Twelve-year-old Emilia Knudsen will be showing some love today to 80 ­kupuna (senior citizens) at the Regency at Puakea, an assisted-living facility in ­Lihue. She will present to them Valentine’s Day entertainment, gifts and tokens of kindness in an effort to offset the loneliness stemming from pandemic-related precautions.
Signs of Hawaiian Life – Feb. 14, 2021

Did you spot a sign of Hawaiian life on your travels? To submit photos, check out our new, simple online submission form at . You must fill out all required fields in order to be considered for publication. Photos must have a person in them and contain a “sign” of Hawaiian life. Email submissions and mailed photos are no longer accepted.
Your move: Take a tour of Lexington, Ky.’s ‘Queen’s Gambit’ sites

LEXINGTON, Ky. >> Lexington, a city in the heart of Kentucky that’s surrounded by 250 thoroughbred horse farms, has always been known as home to the Sport of Kings. Now, thanks to “The Queen’s Gambit,” a best-selling novel by the late Walter Tevis and a Netflix miniseries viewed by upward of 62 million people worldwide, it is also known as the home of the Game of Queens.
Column: University of Hawaii assists domestic abuse survivors

In the not-so-distant past, domestic violence or intimate partner violence was not openly discussed in the community or workplace. That a loved one would harm his or her intimate partner in a coercive, deliberate and violent manner was a difficult truth that many would prefer to minimize or deny. Spousal and intimate “disputes” were considered private matters, and even trained professionals exper
Kokua Line: State answers questions about long-awaited jobless aid

Question: The state says it is processing the PEUC extension in batches ( ). Whose claims are going first?

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Russ Roberts

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