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Saying goodbye to 2022:  “A look back at the year that was.”

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Aloha, 2022: A look back at the year that was
Aloha, 2022: A look back at the year that was

It’s been said that to live on the Island of Hawaii is to deal with nature on steroids, so it’s no surprise that a volcano is the Tribune-Herald’s top news story of 2022.


 • Updated 12:05 am

COVID in 2022: Vaccines, at-home tests help lower infections

 • Updated 12:05 am

Be mindful: Fireworks celebrations can impact veterans and pets

UH: Vog hurts student test scores

County receives $2M state homelessness grant

COVID impact to linger: Schools chief says it will be years before students recover academically

Nice weather forecast for holiday weekend

Burian named acting chief — for less than three weeks

Volcano Watch: ‘Your job sounds so cool! How does someone become a volcanologist?’

What is a volcanologist, exactly? The short answer is a volcanologist is a person who studies volcanoes, but that’s not the whole story. There are as many different specialties within volcanology and as many paths you can take to get there as there are tools of the trade. What are these tools, you ask? Let’s have a look.


 • Updated 12:05 am

Obituaries for January 1

 • Updated 7:48 pm

Tropical Gardening: New Year’s resolution: Improve our environment as a master gardener

Change of Heart pilot program ends after just $300 diverted from panhandlers

Obituaries for December 29

 • Updated 10:41 am

Keaau man accused of multiple vehicle thefts

Obituaries for December 28

Your Views for December 28

Green extends emergency proclamation in response to air ambulance accident


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