Egg Rush is on Posted on March 29, 2021 by Russ Roberts Despite COVID-19, the annual Egg Rush sponsored by the Oasis Church will go on. Views expressed in this West Hawaii News summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content supplied by “West Hawaii Today.” Accessed on 29 March 2021, 1247 UTC (02:47:11-HST), Post 22,613. Source: https://www.westhawaiitoday.com/ Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Editors’ Picks ‘Not going to stop us’: Despite COVID, annual Egg Rush goes on Unable to hold their annual Egg Rush at Old Kona Airport Park because of COVID, Oasis Church held a drive through event Saturday at Kona International Market. By Laura Ruminski West Hawaii Today email@example.com • Mar. 29, 2021 • Updated 9:36 pm Kahele talks COVID relief, infrastructure By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald • Mar. 29, 2021 • Updated 12:05 am Solar water tax break program dims By Nancy Cook Lauer West Hawaii Today firstname.lastname@example.org • Mar. 29, 2021 • Updated 12:05 am Portuguese center plans scaled back By STEPHANIE SALMONS Hawaii Tribune-Herald • Mar. 29, 2021 • Updated 12:05 am What is a vaccine passport and will you need one to travel? By Lauren Zumbach Chicago Tribune • Mar. 29, 2021 • Updated 12:05 am Vaccinating a village: 120 residents of the Miloliʻi Fishing Village receive one-shot vaccine By Tom Linder West Hawaii Today email@example.com • Mar. 28, 2021 Roth addresses West Hawaii Forum By Nancy Cook Lauer West Hawaii Today firstname.lastname@example.org • Mar. 27, 2021 Local The Bright Side: The Twilight Zone First, the fun part. Updated 12:05 am Volcano Watch: Aerial photographs and volcanic ash — looking back to move forward Demonstrators protest against proposed Hawaii solar farm Outdoor weddings up to 100 people allowed on Oahu in Hawaii Volunteers help in Kona’s cloud forest Another 14 COVID-19 cases for Big Island Big Island unemployment at 8.3% in February Guy Paul, former police chief, dies at 85 DOH reports 14 new COVID-19 cases on Big Island $2.5M grant program has helped 105 small farms on Maui Runnin’ with Rani: Peaman Events looking to return and find a new volunteer coordinator MORE LOCAL NEWS Today’s Paper View today’s Print Replica Learn more about using our upgraded Print Replica here (subscription required). View daily stories archive Most Popular 1 What is a vaccine passport and will you need one to travel? 2 Kahele talks COVID relief, infrastructure 3 Solar water tax break program dims 4 USDA targets more farmers with new $12 billion COVID aid round 5 The Bright Side: The Twilight Zone Hawaii News Six arrested, 93 cited for trespassing onto Hawaii hike trail Portuguese center plans scaled back Kahele talks COVID relief, infrastructure ‘Not going to stop us’: Despite COVID, annual Egg Rush goes on Solar water tax break program dims MORE HAWAII NEWS Sports The Bright Side: The Twilight Zone Men’s NCAA Tournament capsules: Timme, top-seeded Gonzaga roll past Creighton to Elite Eight Women’s NCAA Tournament capsules: Top-seeded Stanford thrashes Missouri State Horschel outlasts Scheffler in sloppy final of Match Play Memphis wins NIT title, has bigger goals for ‘22 MORE SPORTS Entertainment A&E Wrap-Up: March 26, 2021 Bruddah Iz receives national recognition Makana returns to Big Island stage one year after pandemic shutdown Shinmachi: Stronger Than a Tsunami premiering April 1 Prepare the popcorn: AMC opening more movie theaters MORE ENTERTAINMENT Subscribe for the latest news in Kona, Hawaii – e-Edition is included! Subscribe Today Nation & World AP News in Brief: 03-29-21 In Brief: March 28, 2021 Israelis gather for Passover, celebrating freedom from virus Democrats assail Georgia law, make case for voting overhaul In Brief: March 27, 2021 MORE NATION & WORLD Features Island Life: Tweet tweet Island life: By a threadfin The ubiquitous orchid: A pandemic project with surprises Volunteers help in Kona’s cloud forest Island Life: Volcano trek MORE FEATURES Coronavirus Outbreak What is a vaccine passport and will you need one to travel? Outdoor weddings up to 100 people allowed on Oahu in Hawaii Eviction moratorium set to end in three weeks Shots in little arms: COVID-19 vaccine testing turns to kids Aid groups call on Biden to develop plans to share vaccines MORE CORONAVIRUS For the latest West Hawaii, Hawaii Island, Hawaii State, and Hawaii Sports News, please check the blog sidebar, links, and twitter posts. These news feeds are updated daily. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts (https://hawaiinewsdigest.net). More Oahu retailers close shopDOH called “mismanaged” and dysfunctional”2021-04-09 Coronavirus UpdatePrince Philip dies at age 99Share this: RelatedPublic Works VacancyMarch 30, 2021In "Hawaii Island News"COVID vaccinations expandedApril 2, 2021In "Hawaii Island News"Lifeguard funding for HawaiiMarch 31, 2021In "Hawaii Island News"