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Views expressed in this West Hawaii News update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 13 November 2022, 1402 UTC.

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Honoring our veterans

About 100 U.S. military veterans, their families and supporters gathered Friday at East Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 1 in Hilo to celebrate Veterans Day in a ceremony presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3830 in Pahoa.

820 seek lava buyouts

More than 800 victims of the 2018 Kilauea eruption are hoping Hawaii County will buy their properties after the final application phase for the Voluntary Housing Buyout Program ended last month.

Man testifies about beating he says was hate crime

HONOLULU — A white man who says he was a victim of a hate crime when two Native Hawaiian men assaulted him while he was fixing up a home he purchased in their remote Maui village testified Wednesday that his attackers were racially motivated, even though he conceded that no racist comments can be heard in video taken during the 2014 beating.

Puna park renamed in Kenoi’s memory

Laughter was abundant Wednesday as more than a hundred people celebrated and honored William “Billy” Kenoi with stories and prayers in Pahoa on the anniversary of his passing.

Eyes on the sky

The second and final total lunar eclipse of the year graced the skies in Hawaii early Tuesday. The next one isn’t until 2025.

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Russ Roberts

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