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Water Use On Oahu Rises

Water use on Oahu continues to rise despite calls to implement conservation measures.

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Citizen whale counts wrap up for 2022 season

A one-day humpback whale count was conducted by volunteers Saturday on the shores of the main Hawaiian Islands, with 136 whales sighted between 10 and 10:15 a.m., the most of any 15-minute period throughout the day, according to a news release from the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary and the Pacific Whale Foundation.
On the Move: Liberty Peralta and Carrie Ann Shirota

Hawaii Public Radio has appointed Liberty Peralta as its new director of marketing and communications. Peralta has 18 years of marketing experience. She previously served as director of communications and later vice president of communications at PBS Hawaii. Peralta is also the owner of Popoki + Tea, a cat cafe in Kaimuki that provides a peaceful environment for guests and the cafe’s adoptable re
Television and radio – March 29, 2022

On the air Listings are for Oceanic and Hawaiian Telcom analog/digital. *—premium station. **—retelecast. ***—delayed. Check your TV guide for latest updates. Today TIME TV CH HT BASEBALL: MLB SPRING TRAINING Nationals vs. Astros Read More
Scoreboard – March 29, 2022

Calendar Today BASEBALL ILH: Pac-Five vs. Maryknoll at Goeas Field; Damien vs. Punahou at Ala Wai Field; Mid-Pacific vs. Kamehameha at Central Oahu Regional Park Field No. 1; ‘Iolani at Saint Louis at Central Oahu Read More
On the Move: Liberty Peralta and Carrie Ann Shirota

Hawaii Public Radio has appointed Liberty Peralta as its new director of marketing and communications. Peralta has 18 years of marketing experience. She previously served as director of communications and later vice president of communications at PBS Hawaii. Peralta is also the owner of Popoki + Tea, a cat cafe in Kaimuki that provides a peaceful environment for guests and the cafe’s adoptable re
Water use on Oahu continues rising

Water use on Oahu has continued to increase since November, despite the Honolulu Board of Water Supply urging residents to implement conservation measures after a fuel leak at the Navy’s Red Hill fuel facility resulted in the closing of three municipal wells.
Citizen whale counts wrap up for 2022 season

A one-day humpback whale count was conducted by volunteers Saturday on the shores of the main Hawaiian Islands, with 136 whales sighted between 10 and 10:15 a.m., the most of any 15-minute period throughout the day, according to a news release from the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary and the Pacific Whale Foundation.
‘Absolute victory every day’

NEW YORK >> On April 26, choreographer and dancer Ronald K. Brown woke up and knew that something wasn’t right. “I couldn’t figure out how to move,” he said. “I was like, ‘You are a dancer. Why can’t you figure out how to get up?’”
There are numerous options regarding cremated remains

Dear Savvy Senior : A while back, I saw an article on different ways to scatter a person’s ashes after they’re cremated, but I’ve misplaced it. Can you help me with this? I’m preplanning my funeral and would like to include instructions on what to do with my remains. I think my family will appreciate this. — Planning Ahead
Editorial: Employees need savings program

It’s an idea whose time has come: Facilitate a state-supported program to make savings for retirement a “no-brainer” for employees of small businesses, by offering automatic paycheck deductions. Hawaii Senate Bill 3289, now crossed over to the House, represents the latest effort to move forward with such a project.
Off the News: Next generation of Hawaii farmers

Everyone embraces the intent of Senate Bill 3197, to establish a farmer apprentice mentoring program. Hawaii has been educating its own next generation of nurses and doctors; clearly growing its own farmers is needed
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