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Returning To “Normal”

With COVID-19 restrictions ending, some East Hawaii businesses move to restore operations.

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Accessed on 02 March 2022, 1223 UTC.

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Kalu nui: Kona couple unearths corm weighing nearly 50 pounds

A 50-pound kalo corm was harvested at Aina ‘Ahiu Farm in South Kona last month, making it possibly the largest taro ever recorded.


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Vikings hit the mark on mat: Hilo wrestlers collect eight weight divisions in sweeping team titles

 • Updated 10:01 pm

BIIF wrestling: Coming in all shapes and sizes, league champs reap rewards of hard work

 • Updated 10:02 pm

Obituaries for March 2

 • Updated 12:06 am

Traffic signals or roundabout in Waikoloa? Study lays out pros and cons

Puna man charged with theft of forklift

Merrie Monarch Ho‘ike tickets go on sale March 15

Obituaries for March 1

Your Views for March 1


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