Governor David Ige says contractors and visitors to Hawaii State facilities must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test result.
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|Gov. David Ige says contractors, visitors to state facilities must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination or negative test result
Igeʻs order says the requirements are necessary to ensure the “safety of the government workforce during this ongoing escalation in Covid-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths resulting from the delta variant.” The order takes effect on Monday. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Now. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. KITV4.
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Sages Over Seventy: Simeon Acoba
Still active today, Simeon Acoba was a Hawai‘i Supreme Court associate justice, member of the UH Board of Regents and chair of the Access to Justice Commission. “Clerking for him, I saw the humanity of judging, which made me think one day I might want to be a judge”… read more.
|Project works to house those in need in Waimānalo
A blessing was held Thursday morning to commemorate the construction of eight new residences for houseless individuals and families in Waimānalo. The houses are part of the Hui Mahi‘ai Aina Project, which works to create housing for those in need in the east O‘ahu community and to improve their quality of life. Hawaii News Now.
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|SPONSORED BY HAWAIʻI COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
The Pu‘uhonua O Wai‘anae (POW) and its nonprofit, Dynamic Community Solutions, established the POW Farm Village to grow produce for meals and build hale for family residences at low rent prices. They are one of 194 Hawai‘i Community Foundation’s CHANGE grantees.. read more.
|Massive backlog at DMV: More than 14K driver’s licenses have expired and await renewal
Residents needing to renew their driver’s license face months of waiting due to a backlog of appointments at the county Vehicle Registration and Licensing Division. Tribune-Herald.
Redistricting Commission gets to work: County Council districts expected to shrink, grow under new census numbers
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CSAs Became a Lifeline in the Pandemic for Consumers and Farmers
The organizations that sell produce directly to consumers have enjoyed dramatic increases in demand during the pandemic. Much of their produce came from farmers whose sales to restaurants declined... read more.
|Candidates for fire chief draw public praise
Deputy Fire Chief Brad Ventura and retired Battalion Chief Amos Lonokailua-Hewett were both described as “excellent” choices to head the Maui Fire Department during public testimony Wednesday on the selection of a new fire chief. Maui News.
Oregon man arrested on Maui for alleged violation of travel quarantine
|Covid-19 surge in new cases forecast for Kaua‘i County
Kaua‘i County, whose record against Covid-19 has been the best in the state, hit a record number of 33 cases Thursday and is projected to see a further spike in the coming weeks. Star-Advertiser.
Native seabirds keep turning up dead on a popular Kaua‘i walking trail
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